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E. Frederic Morrow, the first Black to serve in an executive position on a President's staff, was born on this date in 1909 in Hackensack, NJ.

Today in Black America - July 2

POSTED: July 02, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Facing Deficits, Some States Cut Summer School


What’s So Super About a Supermajority?


President Pushes Health Plan as an Economic Boon

Sotomayor’s Recusals Suggest Impartiality

Franken, in Long Wait, Studied for Senate Role

F.D.I.C. to Issue Rules for Private Equity Deals


The Christian Science Monitor


It’s crunch time for Obama’s agenda

Israel's top court sides with Palestinian against military: Is that 'activism'?

California crisis a threat to US economic recovery

Fastest-growing cities seek to beat recession soonest


The Washington Post

Hussein Pointed to Iranian Threat

Marines Launch New Afghan Mission

Staffer at SEC Had Warned Of Madoff

Metro Failed to Detect Hazard

In Obama, African Americans See Promise of 1776 Fulfilled

For Obama, Court Cases That Matter


Baltimore Sun

Baltimore still losing population


Detroit Free Press

Bing to meet with U.S. Attorney about curbing violence

1 suspect sought in shootings near Detroit school surrenders

A spray of gunfire, an exodus of hope


Los Angeles Times

State IOUs loom as foes' battle lines harden

Villaraigosa says he will focus on economy, environment in second term

Teen air crash survivor clung to debris in ocean for 12 hours



Boston Globe

Consumers likely to find increased bank costs

30 failing schools may face takeover

Jermaine Jackson: `I wish it was me'









 
 

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