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Today in Black America - May 13

POSTED: May 13, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Considers Financial Pay Guidelines

Stimulus Aid Trickles Out, but States Seek Quicker Relief

University in California Dresses Up for First Lady

Health Care, a Lesson in Pain

Albany Moves to Enable Extended Jobless Benefits

The Supreme Court’s Hostility to the Voting Rights Act


The Washington Post

Officials Knew of AIG Bonuses Months Before Firestorm

Obama Makes Empathy a Requirement for Court

The Man From Plains, With Lessons From the '70s

A Driving Desire To Lose

Staff Shakeup Is Ordered at Six Schools


The Christian Science Monitor

Soldier rampage hints at stress of repeated deployments

US rejoins UN’s human rights forum

Somali government encircled by hardline Islamists


Detroit Free Press

Fear fuels wider fight to save GM, auto plants

Chrysler dealers outline upcoming cuts

29 Detroit schools to close, 40 more face restructuring

Cockrel's council election bid surprises

Cockrel puts Detroit's interest first in forgoing mayoral rematch


Los Angeles Times

Report: Medicare fund is 8 years from insolvency

Crist's Senate bid reprsents ideological struggle for GOP

Villaraigosa calls on City Council to declare a fiscal emergency


Atlanta Journal Constitution

RealtyTrac: April foreclosures rise 32 percent

Atlanta home prices fall 25 percent in past year

GOP needs diversity, core values


Baltimore Sun

'Snitch' trial to begin in Baltimore

City Council set to challenge Dixon's budget


The Boston Globe

Senate hits back at Patrick on ethics

Senate budget plan would slash local aid

US implored to stop deporting Haitians
 
 
 

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