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Today in Black America - June 9

POSTED: June 09, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Supreme Court Delays Sale of Chrysler to Fiat

Health Care Spending Disparities Stir a Fight

White House Cites Progress on Economy Under Plan


Bill for Federal Regulation of Tobacco Advances in Senate

High Gas Prices Could Slow Recovery

Republicans Regain Control of New York State Senate

State of Shame


The Washington Post

Decision Makers Differ on How To Mend Broken Health System

Primary Hinges On Voter Turnout

Auto Parts Makers Set to Seek as Much as $10 Billion More From U.S.

Mugabe Continues to Haunt Zimbabwe's Quest for Aid

D.C. Graduation Rates Down

The Importance of Being Obama

A Dramatic Reminder of Our Duty to Remember


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama promises 600,000 new jobs from stimulus spending

How Obama plans to create 600,000 jobs

A genocide survivor races the clock to get to the U.S.

Obama healthcare push: right issue, tough choices



Detroit Free Press

Gingrich urges GOP inclusion at fund-raiser

Charges on Sotomayor take bold hypocrisy

Chrysler ruling could be just a bump in road, experts say

Kilpatrick's new home bigger than Manoogian


Baltimore Sun

More people homeless in Baltimore


Jury could get drug, murder case today


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Mayor disputes Atlanta’s ranking as 2nd least-safe city in U.S.


Los Angeles Times

Obama confronts doubts on stimulus, vows faster spending

Sotomayor is remembered as a zealous prosecutor




















 

 
 
 

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