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Chicago Tribune newspaper publisher John Sengstacke was born in Savannah, Georgia in 1912.

Today in Black America - April 7

POSTED: April 07, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Poll Finds New Optimism on Economy Since Inauguration

Report Outlines Medical Workers’ Role in Torture

Police Officer Is Charged in Shooting of Texas Man

Man Accused in Pittsburgh Killings Voiced Racist Views Online

The Washington Post

In Turkey, Obama Reaches Out to Muslim World

Plan to Expand Financial Oversight May Add New Risks

Chairman Steele's Crazy Talk

Ford in Uphill Challenge Despite Cutting Debt $9.9 Billion

The Christian Science Monitor

Zuma cleared – for now –in arms deal corruption case

Job migration to suburbs: an unstoppable flow?

Detroit Free Press

No-confidence vote on voter rolls

Boston Globe

In a stroke of brilliance, Obama defies easy caricature

Nearly 20% of US 4-year-olds are obese, data analysis finds

Governors limited in economic fight

Baltimore Sun

Lawmakers back away from Thornton education funding freeze

Chicago Tribune

Buying American: Helpful or hurtful for the struggling U.S. economy?

Los Angeles Times

Supreme Court casts doubts on confessions

Villaraigosa tells unions concessions needed to avoid layoffs

Indianapolis Star

Black judges may reach federal bench this year

Philadelphia Inquirer

Supreme Court rejects new trial bid by Mumia Abu-Jamal


Rutgers coach C. Vivian Stringer deserving of entrance to Basketball Hall of Fame

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