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Edward W. Brooke, III, the first Black to serve in the U.S. Senate in the 20th century, is born in 1919 in Washington, D.C.

Today in Black America - June 22

POSTED: June 22, 2009, 7:00 am

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The New York Times

Iran Admits Possible Discrepancy in 3 Million Votes

U.S. Toughens Airstrike Policy in Afghanistan

States Turning to Last Resorts in Budget Crisis

City Finds a Reality Show Hard to Watch

Education Chief to Warn Advocates That Inferior Charter Schools Harm the Effort

Health Care Showdown

A Threat We Can’t Ignore


The Christian Science Monitor

At stake in Iran uprising: trust in the Islamic Revolution

Obama resists pressure to speak out more forcefully on Iran

Crossfire towns

Cities' gun restrictions begin to topple


The Washington Post

Recovery's Missing Ingredient: New Jobs

McConnell Carefully Chooses His Battles

A Quest to Be Heard

AARP to Endorse Offer Of Drugmaker Price Cuts

Columbia Heights Is Still Gripped By Violence


Obama's Iran Dilemma

Right-Thinking Realism



Baltimore Sun

Lipscomb trial to open today


Questions for Lipscomb jury shed light on business as usual

Keeping the kids from vanishing



Detroit Free Press

Customers, utilities feel heat as unpaid bills can lead to shutoffs, rate hikes

I'm black: Feel free to ask questions


Cooperation builds better school system


Los Angeles Times

Southern California churches prepare in case gun violence shows up at the altar


LAPD gains new approval from the public

California has no money and few options


L.A. museum honors the Tuskegee Airmen

Lancaster, Pa., keeps a close eye on itself


Mayors complain about stimulus spending


Philip Curtin, dies at 87; historian of African slave trade



Chicago Tribune

Super Barack to everyone's rescue









 
 
 
 

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