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Shirley Anita St. Hill (later Chisholm) is born in Brooklyn, New York on this day in 1924, and would later win election to Congress.

Today in Black America - June 4

POSTED: June 04, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Katrina Victims Will Not Have to Vacate Trailers

Obama Open to a Mandate on Health Insurance

As Deficits Mount, Fed Chief Calls for a Path to Fiscal Balance

Bush Rule Bolstering Deportations Is Withdrawn

Slump Pushing Cost of Drugs Out of Reach

The Washington Post

Gritty First Job Shaped Nominee

Groups on the Left Are Suddenly on Top

A Move Toward Requiring Health Coverage

Prominent Republicans' Moves Scrutinized for Clues to 2012 Bids

From Graduation to Gunfire in Pr. George's

Decision in Jail Case Could Cost Ivey Votes, Observers Say

Fenty Promotes Insider to Be Deputy Mayor

The Christian Science Monitor

In Mideast, Obama faces tough crowd: Here's what they want to hear

Sotomayor on tape: What she said in firefighter race case

Redeem the prison generation

Zuma promises 500,000 new jobs. Can he deliver?

Detroit Free Press

Lawyer: Kilpatrick to pay overdue restitution

A man who should move on but won't

GM, Chrysler defend dealer cuts

Indiana pensioners delay Fiat's purchase of Chrysler

DPS audit shows missing funds, 'sloppy bookkeeping'

Los Angeles Times

For the 'funemployed,' unemployment is welcome

What was the point of bailing out GM?

California budget committee targets governor's offices for cuts

Some in Congress uneasy with Obama's Mideast policy

Chicago Tribune

Chicago blues legend Koko Taylor dies at 80

Bin Laden's Obama criticism a sign al-Qaida is worried about his Muslim outreach, say analysts

Rep. Rush seeks probe of U. of C.'s Urban Health Initiative

More making the most forced job furloughs

Baltimore Sun

Maryland's Donna Edwards: emerging leader, liberal maverick

Ex-employees claim racism in Wells Fargo subprime loan push

Philadelphia Inquirer

Editorial: Experience matters

Pa. Senate backs expansion of COBRA health benefits

Biden tells governors to plan for rail-line stimulus money


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