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Today in Black America - November 30

POSTED: November 30, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Complaints Aside, Most Face Lower Tax Burden Than in 1980

G.O.P. Balks at White House Plan on Fiscal Crisis

As Fiscal Talks Begin, Obama and Boehner Engage

For Secretary of State, G.O.P. Pushes Old Hand

Bloomberg and Cuomo Detail Aid for Owners of Storm-Damaged Property

Strauss-Kahn Said to Reach Deal to Settle With Hotel Housekeeper

$68.7 Million Settlement on Stuyvesant Town Rents

The Christian Science Monitor

'Stand your ground' laws: Do they put teens in greater danger?

In DR Congo, Goma residents worry about life after rebels' departure

Sandy recovery claims mount. How much will a divided Congress pay? (+video)

Palestinians win upgrade to 'state ' at UN. What does that change? (+video)

The Star Ledger

N.J. human services manager suspended over alleged patient abuse in 1970s

Camden mayor to discuss submission of police layoff plan

Newark council members fire back at Cory Booker in battle over vacancy

N.J. Senate approves bill to raise minimum wage to $8.50 per hour

The Detroit Free Press

Officer charged in girl's slaying during raid faces hearing

'The mayor wants it done': Kilpatrick pulled strings to help Ferguson, witness says

State Republican legislators make no move on a right-to-work bill -- for now

Michigan attorney general lobbies U.S. Supreme Court to overturn affirmative action ruling

Moody's downgrades Detroit bond rating deeper into junk status

The Washington Post

Susan Rice: Not your typical diplomat

Obama offers plan on ‘fiscal cliff’

Obama gets grass-roots help from progressive groups on fiscal battle

Social Security and its role in the debt

Measure to protect ex-offenders advances

Operating Silver Line could cost Metro millions more than expected

The Chicago Tribune

Beavers claims prosecution 'vindictive'; judge says 'not relevant'

Driver's licenses for illegal immigrants gets committee OK

Field grows in contest to replace Jesse Jackson Jr.

Prosecutor cites 'rogue department' in dropping charges against former NIU officer

The Los Angeles Times

LAUSD slow to report on teacher misconduct

Prop. 8 supporters and foes wait for Supreme Court

L.A. County seeing high-risk offenders in probation system

The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Fayette spends $225,000 fighting election changes

Georgia House Republicans not backing off tax pledge

Federal rehab program struggles in sea of foreclosures

The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Cuyahoga County wants to set up college savings accounts for all kindergartners

Ohio Turnpike will see record tolls this year, as Gov. Kasich mulls the toll road's future

USA Today

Why weren’t hurricane warnings issued for Sandy?

Fatal shooting over music compared to Martin case

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