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Today in Black America - April 6

POSTED: April 06, 2009, 12:00 am

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The Washington Post

Research Links Poor Kids' Stress, Brain Impairment

Most Americans Want Better Relations With Muslim World, Poll Shows

Government to Offer Plan to Fight Home Loan Scams

Political Pullback for the Christian Right?

The New York Times

Homeowners’ Hard Times Are Good for the Foreclosure Business

The New Debtors’ Prisons

Obama’s Rabbi

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama said N. Korea 'broke the rules.' Now what?

Might more stimulus be needed? Not yet, says Geithner.

Chicago Tribune

Gov. Pat Quinn signs law giving homeowners an extra 90 days before foreclosure

Michelle Obama teaches London girls that brains are beautiful

Detroit Free Press

Obama spends big, talks austerity later — as in 10 years later

Fiat would own biggest slice of Chrysler under latest scenarios

Los Angeles Times

For Obama, politics may be hard to avoid in auto bailout

Firefighters' civil rights case could reshape hiring policies

Philadelphia Inquirer

'Job sprawl' threatens urban poor, study says

Indianapolis Star

Bringing hope into the classroom

Anti-abortion advocates protest Notre Dame plan to honor Obama

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