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Today in Black America - July 28

POSTED: July 28, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Health Policy Is Carved Out at Table for 6

In Tennessee Corner, Stimulus Meets New Deal

Jobless, and Willing to Help if a Hurricane Hits

N.F.L. Opens Door to Vick, Though Not All the Way


2 Republicans Announce Plans to Vote Against Sotomayor

Homeless Families Could Face Eviction From Shelters Over Rules



The Washington Post

Foreclosures Are Often In Lenders' Best Interest

Small Banks at Center of Overhaul Debate

911 Caller Did Not Describe Gates as Black

Seven Face Terrorism Charges in N.C.

It's 'What Politicians Do'


The Christian Science Monitor

What should have happened in Gates confrontation?

Health reform slides as House Democrats try to heal rift

India's new antipoverty measure: national ID card

Bernanke defends bailouts – and himself


Baltimore Sun

At least 17 shot, 2 fatally, in spate of violence on city's east side

7 city schools to close while 3 grow


Detroit Free Press

Official: Texts show Kilpatrick, monitor met in various cities

Source: Gates and Crowley going to White House

GOP eyes fate of the ‘serious sin’ senator

McCotter to urge Obama to apologize to cop over remarks about Gates' arrest


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Nonprofits chafe at Atlanta's plan to return $30M to feds

New Fulton elections chief vows to improve process


Los Angeles Times

California's slow handling of appeals from workers denied unemployment benefits is getting worse

Obama hopes Gates, policeman can work things out over beer

U.S. takes down provocative billboard in Havana


 
 

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