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Jazz legend and band leader, Dizzy Gillespie, was born in 1917 in Cheraw, SC. He would become one of the genre's great ambassadors.

Today in Black America - April 22

POSTED: April 22, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Report Gives New Detail on Approval of Brutal Techniques

Large Urban-Suburban Gap Seen in Graduation Rates

An Effort to Save a City by Shrinking It

Debtholders vs. U.S. Over Chrysler Deal

A Bad Test


The Washington Post

Ratting Out Ratner

Geithner Hints at High Bar In Letting Banks Repay Aid

How the U.S. Will Save GM and Chrysler

In Notes Left in Family's Killings, Md. Man Details Debts, Depression


The Christian Science Monitor

Supreme Court to hear reverse-discrimination case

South Africa set to elect populist Jacob Zuma

Is South Africa about to become more 'African'?

Obama welcomes his first Arab leader to White House


Los Angeles Times

Fidel Castro says Obama misinterpreted his brother's remarks

Delays in product recalls tempt tragedy

High school exit exam hinders female and non-white students, study says


Detroit Free Press

Bing, Cockrel get donations from all over

Cockrel draws donations from suburbs, worker PACs

Business and basketball help bring Bing $900,000


Boston Globe

Menino not ready to leave just yet

Leadership clouds hang over S. Africa's Zuma

U.S. credit card bill tests Democrats' political will


San Francisco Chronicle

Parents say accused Somali pirate was tricked


USA Today

Government, tech giants team up to protect kids online


 
 

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