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Prolific Negro League baseball home run king Josh Gibson, who never got the opportunity to play in Major League baseball, is born in 1911.

Today in Black America - July 21

POSTED: July 21, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Democrats May Limit Tax Increases for Health Care Plan


U.S. Withheld Data on Risks of Distracted Driving

Obama’s Strategy to Reverse Manufacturing’s Fall

2008 Surge in Black Voters Nearly Erased Racial Gap

Police Officer Shot During Drug Raid 11 Years Ago Settles Suit Against City

The Sotomayor Nomination


Baltimore Sun

City farming becomes a social cause

Doubts raised about juvenile detention center



The Christian Science Monitor

Democrats battle to regain healthcare momentum

'Do no harm' in healthcare costs


The Washington Post

Reports on U.S. Detention Policy Will Be Delayed

Democrats Fear Defections on GOP Gun Proposal

GOP Focuses Effort To Kill Health Bills

Health Care for Dummies

The Perils of Being A Black Police Officer

Team Focus Makes an Investment in Youth


Detroit Free Press

Left behind after the layoffs

A barrier for Detroit charter schools falls

Michigan needs help -- and bold action

The wrong way to pay for prosecutions


Los Angeles Times

Budget accord reached

Los Angeles-area child-care centers feeling a pinch

More bodies go unclaimed as families can't afford funeral costs


Chicago Tribune

Wal-Mart to hold farmers market at South Side site

U.S. Rep. Mark Kirk officially in Senate race






 
 
 

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