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Today in Black America - May 14

POSTED: May 14, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Urges Rules on Investments Tied to Crisis

Democrats to Develop Plan to Sell Health Care

For Explorer Scouts, Good Deeds Have Whole New Meaning

A.I.G. Says Revamping Could Take 3 to 5 Years

Whose Senate Is This?


The Washington Post

More Homeowners Getting Aid, but Demand Keeps Rising

White House Presses For Senate Passage Of Credit Card Bill

Small Auto Suppliers Seek Help in Wake of Giants' Woes

Growth of Hispanic, Asian Population Slows Unexpectedly, Census Reports

Road Hazards Ahead


The Christian Science Monitor

Congress inches toward ‘truth commission’ for torture probe

Only 3 percent of stimulus spent so far

New Orleans' 'Katrina Generation' struggles with drugs and depression

Only 43 homes built in three months? Must be Miami.


Detroit Free Press

Blacks leaving Wayne County

GM fears U.S. control could hurt in long run

Bing unveils cabinet, advisory team

Would a DPS takeover pass or fail?


Baltimore Sun

The code's not much, but the message is chilling

Fight breaks out in city court

 

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