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Today in Black America - June 24

POSTED: June 24, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Condemns Iran’s Iron Fist Against Protests

Obama Will Send Envoy to Syria, Officials Say

Despite Recession, High Demand for Skilled Labor

Obama Says Government Health Coverage Plan Would Not Hurt Private Insurers

Graduation Dreams

Come to Order! Not a Chance, if It’s Albany



The Washington Post

Most Want Health Reform But Fear Its Side Effects


Obama Turns to Grass Roots to Push Health Reform

Iran Vows To Make Example of Arrestees


Not Paying the Mortgage, Yet Stuck With the Keys


Streamlined Process for Federal Student Aid


Red Line Train Operator Used Brakes In Failed Bid to Stop Six-Car Train

Fenty Tries Too Hard to Control the Message, Critics Say

Crash Victims Came From All Walks of Life


Baltimore Sun

Racial gap in juvenile arrests called wider

A look at what works in fighting city crime

Filing could put end to decades of federal oversight for city social services



The Christian Science Monitor

In stunning reversal, LAPD goes from reviled to respected


Subway in crash was older, needed to be phased out

Battle for Iran is online as much as on the streets


Detroit Free Press


New Chrysler gets exemption from liability in lawsuits


Baptist teens take closer look at hip-hop


Cobo deal could arrive this week


Bing to try again for water rate hike


Audit reveals 257 ghosts on DPS payroll


Los Angeles Times

State budget plans are built with fiscal gimmicks

Subtle signs of a turnaround on a troubled L.A. campus

Obama's hitting the exact right note on Iran



Chicago Tribune

Unraveling debate on health care

Public Housing Museum plans to share the residents' whole story


Obama is right to not saber-rattle on Iran


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Southern Baptist open convention

Southern Baptists confront shrinking numbers





















 
 

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