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Today in Black America - November 28

POSTED: November 28, 2012, 6:30 am

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The New York Times

The Pace of Leaving Afghanistan

Now Touring, the Debt Duo, Simpson-Bowles

House Republican Urges Party to Yield on Tax Cuts for Most Earners

For Latino Groups, Grass-Roots Efforts Paid Off in Higher Number of Voters

Rice Concedes Error on Libya; G.O.P. Digs In

Top Breakaway Democrat Favors G.O.P. Coalition in State Senate

M.T.A. Seeks Aid Not Just for Repairs, but for Improvements

The Christian Science Monitor

'Fiscal cliff': Obama, Republicans revert to campaign mode

Gender pay gap is eroding, especially among younger women, US data show

Will Mali be Africa's Afghanistan?

Congo crisis: a deal with rebels, then maybe no deal

Home prices on the rise: why that is good for US economy

The Star Ledger

NJ fungal meningitis outbreak catalyst for new state legislation

PATH train service in Hoboken to resume in 'weeks'; officials recount devastation wrought by Sandy

Cory Booker says Gov. Christie's bid for re-election has no bearing on decision to run

The Detroit Free Press

Kwame Kilpatrick helped steer contracts to Bobby Ferguson, water official testifies

Outpouring of community support, supplies surprises Detroit firefighters

Snyder to discuss plans for state's environment, energy efficiency

Owner of Detroit-area trucking firm tells Obama she's OK with higher taxes

The Washington Post

Obama launches full-fledged PR effort on ‘cliff’

President Obama’s moment

Meeting with Rice fails to appease her GOP critics

GOP introduces Dream Act alternative

CBO: Benefits expansion for domestic partners would have small impact on costs

D.C. becoming inaccessible to poor

2nd auditor faults Gandhi on reports

The Chicago Tribune

Cicero election heats up as foes trade gang accusations

Grim recovery forecast for U.S., global economies

Chicago housing recovery lags other cities

Holiday Giving: Center helps ex-cons find work

Cops: Girl's shooting gang-related but she wasn't target

The Los Angeles Times

Lawmakers start on large, small immigration bills

Foster care a common thread in youth prostitution cases

'Fiscal cliff' a threat to California's long-term jobless

Senate's No. 2 Democrat calls for cuts to social safety net

Charter group, but not L.A. Unified, finalist for Race to the Top

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Camilia Terry, mother of missing Emilliano, tells of foster care, teen pregnancy in online posts

Cuyahoga County Board of Elections adopt official results from Nov. 6

Greater Cleveland Partnership opposes Cuyahoga County plan to grant preference to local businesses

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Cops: Teen killed over loud music

MARTA economic engine for region, study says

State sanctions Fulton for 2010 election mishaps

Atlantans want more info on stadium deal

Candlelight vigil set for Jorelys Rivera

USA Today

Senate Democrats rally for Rice against opposition

Column: Julian Castro positions himself for 2016

Wal-Mart, Disney, Sears used Bangladesh factory in fire

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