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Today in Black America - June 25

POSTED: June 25, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Gov. Sanford Admits Affair and Explains Disappearance

Sanford Case a New Dose of Bad News for Republicans

Arab States Aligned With U.S. Savor Turmoil in Iran

Senators Worry That Health Overhaul Could Erode Employer Insurance Plans

Defying Paterson, New York Senators End Session

Lending Talent, and Money, on a Micro Scale

White Firefighters, Black Airline Passengers and Judge Sotomayor

The Love Party

The Washington Post

For Republicans, a Long Winter Gets Longer

Sanford's Tearful Stream of Consciousness

Senate Democrats Address Immigration

States Assert Place in Health-Care Debate

Probe Finds Metro Control 'Anomalies'

High-Profile Help Offered Against AIDS In the District

The Christian Science Monitor

Arab countries: Is Iran's unrest an opportunity or a threat?

Subway crash investigators look at early-warning system

Sanford returns home to impeachment rumblings

Obama to make it easier to apply for college aid

Housing market inches toward stability

Baltimore Sun

State moves toward resuming executions

Pitching for recreation

Detroit Free Press

Ford's hourly workers face buyout deadline

Reporter: Hunch leads to airport and tired, troubled Sanford

Grads to get an assist on student loans

Los Angeles Times

Lawmakers reject budget fix; state could begin issuing IOUs next week

O.C. sheriff warns of fallout from budget cuts


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