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Today in Black America - May 27

POSTED: May 27, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Hails Judge as ‘Inspiring’

Sotomayor, a Trailblazer and a Dreamer

Court Selection Creates a Puff of Pride, and Some Concerns, Among Hispanics

U.S. Expected to Own 70% of Restructured G.M.

Burris-Blagojevich Ties Come to Life in Transcript

With Cuomo Expected to Move On, Many Eye His Job

Weiner Decides to Stay Out of Mayoral Campaign

The New Justice


The Christian Science Monitor

Biased or brilliant? Scrutiny of Sotomayor begins



The Washington Post

First Latina Picked for Supreme Court; GOP Faces Delicate Task in Opposition


Disparate Group United in Pride


The President's Pick

Suburb Tries to Woo GM Out of Detroit

Burris Offered to Write Check To Governor Before Appointment


Baltimore Sun

Republican opposition to Sotomayor nomination uncertain

Internal charges against 12 city officers thrown out


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Delta putting more of Africa on its map

Mike Tyson's daughter dies after hanging accident


Boston Globe

Racism linked to weight gain, Boston researchers say

Charter school busing cut draws ire

Literacy program faces ax, to dismay of Obama fans


Los Angeles Times

California's gay marriage ruling signals next step for both sides

Schwarzenegger sends lawmakers $5 billion in proposed cuts

Narbonne High teammates mourn a life cut short by violence


Detroit Free Press

Detroit council approves budget with 300 layoffs

1-stoplight town has lesson for Detroit

Detroit can’t make Watson pay all back taxes

Watson's explanation of tax cheating defies credulity


Chicago Tribune

Burris talks cash on wiretap

'God knows ... I wanna help Rod'

Canada's broadcast standards council criticizes Obama assassination joke

Chicago Defender goes back to Bronzeville

Summer heats up violence, shows value of Off the Street Club


 
 

 
 

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