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Today in Black America - April 23

POSTED: April 23, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

At Core of Detainee Fight: Did Methods Stop Attacks?

Mississippi Mayor Faces Re-election and a Trial

Justices Explore Role Race May Play in Employment

Study Cites Dire Economic Impact of Poor Schools

New Riverside Pastor’s Compensation Splits Congregation


The Washington Post

Federal Program to Boost Private Lending Struggles to Get Money to Consumers

A Bravura Opening


The Christian Science Monitor

Reverse-discrimination case splits Supreme Court

Katrina trial: New Orleans' truth commission

Big turnout in South African elections

Brazil stimulus does double duty


The Baltimore Sun

As economic crisis goes on, financial fears can push some over the edge

Man asphyxiated wife and daughters, then killed himself

Tragedy in Towson


Chicago Tribune

Homeowners turn to roommates in recession


Detroit Free Press

This will be GM's last chance to get it right

Dave Bing would be Detroit’s oldest elected mayor

Next mayor's challenge: Fix Detroit's books


Boston Globe

Challengers push for debates as mayor launches candidacy

A fifth term is debatable

A job crisis for young black men


Los Angeles Times

ANC a tough sell for some South Africa voters

 

 
 

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