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Today in Black History: Dr. Carter G. Woodson, historian and founder of "Negro History Week" is born in 1875.

The New York Times

‘Brave’ Move Lifts Obama’s Standing With Latin America


As 2016 Nears, Clinton Keeps in Mind Mistakes of 2008 Campaign


Rating Plan for Colleges Is Unveiled by the U.S.


Contesting Traffic Fines, Missouri Sues 13 Suburbs of St. Louis

Drop in Jobless Claims Points to Economic Rally

Lawyers Create Big Paydays by Coaxing Attorneys General to Sue


Shooting Spurs Debates Over Race and Guns in a Gingerbread Town


U.S. Plans to Sue New York Over Rikers Island Conditions

Cuomo Signals Changes for Education Next Year


New York Voters Oppose Raise for State Legislators, Poll Finds



The Christian Science Monitor


States tackle question of how to boost college completion rates for low-income students

Democrats need bigger economic message, pollster warns


Eight things to know about Jeb Bush's record

Obama's Cuba plan could change how Latin America views US (+video)


The Star Ledger

Christie's civil service changes invalidated by lawmakers

Your take: Is a school superintendent worth more than $175K?

N.J. Senate wants to examine later school start times


Mercer County freeholder claims board chairman is pressuring him to give up bid for assembly seat


New Jersey education commissioner confirmed



Philly.com

Uproar over paramedic's Instagram post

Obama signs bill to rename Phila. V.A. hospital

SRC adopts no-frills spending plan


The Detroit Free Press


Lawmakers OK deal to put sales tax hike for road fixes on ballot

Peters, Land battle for U.S. Senate gobbled up $56M

Robert Davis gets 18 months for embezzling from schools


The Cleveland Plain Dealer


Ohio unemployment rate was 5 percent in November, below U.S. rate

Mapp's passing reminds us police (mis)treatment of suspects not new: Carolyn N. Long (opinion)

Cleveland residents offer solutions for police department at forum

Cleveland schools balking on campaign promise? School board delays funding for construction watchdog



The Chicago Tribune

Some Chicago restaurants repeatedly failed health inspections in 2014

Rahm Emanuel defends record on ethics in first term

Jeb Bush to meet with potential fundraisers in Chicago


The Los Angeles Times

L.A. County fielded numerous complaints before deaths of two children


Former white supremacist convicted in 1997 slaying of black man

Berkeley effigies' powerful racial message was hurt by unclear intent



The Washington Post

North Korea's bizarre Sony saga uncovers Hollywood's hidden truth


Report: Secret Service ‘starved for leadership’

Opponents formulate ways to derail Obama’s Cuba policy

With Morrissey’s vow to run again, Va. braces for new political spectacle

U.S. plans to rate colleges on access, affordability and student outcomes

Vote delayed on new D.C. high school grad requirements



USA Today


Students debate police brutality, racial bias and the benefits of body cameras


Police stop pursuing nearly 79,000 fugitives


Teen claims anti-Arab bullying at school in lawsuit

















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