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Today in Black America - April 27

POSTED: April 27, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Declares Public Health Emergency Over Swine Flu

An Indiana Town Appreciates Obama, and That Stimulus Cash, Too

U.S. Plans Informal Meetings With Cuba

Money for Nothing


The Washington Post

Poor Neighborhoods, Untested Teachers

For New Teachers, Early Support Can Sustain Careers

Small Businesses Brace for Tax Battle

Chrysler, Union Agree On Retiree Health Fund

Gubernatorial Trio Have Quickly Tailored Messages to Draw Blacks

Ironies of 'a Devout Non-Ideologue'


Baltimore Sun

Murder on Call

City pastor charged with having man killed for life insurance

U.S. sues city over zoning


The Christian Science Monitor

What's behind Obama's big shift

What Obama faces the next 100 days

Americans at ballparks react to Obama's first 100 days

Swine flu: Be prepared, not panicked, White House says


Atlanta Journal Constitution

‘Good guys’ must practice what’s preached

Taunted boy just told pals, ‘Bye’


Detroit Free Press

Hamtramck NAACP picks Asian to lead

GM set to reveal viability plan details today

Today is last day Chrysler workers can choose to go

No penalty in Bing, Cockrel campaigning


Philadelphia Inquirer

New Jersey school-aid clash returns to high court


Los Angeles Times

B of A rebranding 'toxic' Countrywide lending operation

U.S. toxic-asset plan stirs fears

Swine flu 'debacle' of 1976 is recalled

They're driven to network


Chicago Tribune

Obama puts gun-control issue on back burner


 
 

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