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Today in Black America - June 12

POSTED: June 12, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Senate Votes to Allow F.D.A. to Regulate Tobacco

Poultry Is No. 1 Source of Outbreaks, According to C.D.C. Report

Attempt to Open N.Y. Senate Falters


The Washington Post

Obama Bows on Settling Detainees

World Health Organization Calls Swine Flu Outbreak a Pandemic

Notoriety's Missing Links


'Was He Capable of This? Yes.'

A Gentle Soul Wrapped in a Big Personality

Crisis Managers vs. Naysayers


The Christian Science Monitor

D.C. Decoder: Shallow historical roots for Sotomayor’s public grilling

Senate finally says ‘no’ to Big Tobacco

New tobacco rules: What will they do?

North Korea may spare US journalists from hard labor


Baltimore Sun

A dog's death, a human outpouring

Gang member sentenced to life for shooting death


Detroit Free Press

Kilpatrick case leaves legal stink in Texas

Rev. Wright apologizes for comments on Obama and Jews

Ford employees celebrate Taurus, leaders

 
 
 

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