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

Today in Black America - April 14

POSTED: April 14, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Opens Door to Cuba, but Only a Crack

In Shift, Labor Groups Reach Accord on Immigration

Investigators Take Closer Look at Rep. Jackson in Blagojevich Case

Unions Go on Attack Over Paterson’s Layoff Threat

The American Way

The Washington Post

White Afrikaners In S. Africa Hear Inclusive Voice From ANC Leader

'3 Rounds, 3 Dead Bodies'

U.S. Appears Set To Boycott U.N. Session on Racism

Va. Lawmakers Split on What's Best for Workers, Employers

The Christian Science Monitor

Where will captured Somali pirate get justice?

Will pirates join forces with Islamist militias in Somalia?

Obama speeds past his stimulus critics

Armed America: Behind a broadening run on guns

Los Angeles Times

Villaraigosa's tightrope: cut city spending without angering labor

Ford seen on brighter path despite rough road

Detroit Free Press

Cockrel's budget plan includes 334 layoffs

U.S. rethinking boycott of UN meeting on racism

Tiny cars fare poorly in collision testing

Baltimore Sun

Testing the waters

Fed official: US economy showing signs of recovery but too early to call bottom

Atlanta Journal Constitution

African-American Suicide

Cynthia Tucker to write Washington political column for AJC

Boston Globe

Series aims to show the Indian side of things

Obama's first victory went beyond luck

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