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Today in Black America - August 7

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The New York Times

Sotomayor Confirmed by Senate, 68-31

For Puerto Ricans, Sotomayor’s Success Stirs Pride

Another Hurdle for the Jobless: Credit Inquiries

State Races Seen as Tests for Obama

N.Y. Senate Renews Mayor’s Power to Run Schools

Economists See a Limited Boost From Stimulus

The Town Hall Mob

The Washington Post

Job losses slow to 247,000; jobless rate dips

A $191 Million Question

With Senate Vote, Congress Refuels 'Clunkers' Program

3 of 'Norfolk 4' Conditionally Pardoned in Rape, Killing

After the Thrill Is Gone

City Plans to Increase Beds For Families During Winter

Baltimore Sun

Wells Fargo must turn over data on loans

Some of the toughest guys have silly-sounding street names

Age in which letters are old-fashioned takes toll on Postal Service

Detroit Free Press

Pugh's support of city continues

Cop accuser got secret payout

City unions need to bargain, not bluster

The Christian Science Monitor

Conservatives see silver lining in Sotomayor vote

With scant support for Sotomayor, did the GOP hurt itself?

Jefferson’s bribery conviction: a mixed legacy

From Somalia to South Africa, Clinton confronts competing demands

Atlanta Journal Constitution

30 years ago, Atlanta battled most infamous killing spree in city’s history

Metro Atlanta 112th in per capita income

Forrest’s family asks boxer’s killer to surrender

Atlanta mayoral candidates talk crime, budget

Chicago Tribune

Panel: Leaders failed U. of I.

Federal grand jury asks whether public officials clouted students into Chicago's top high schools

GOP becoming regionalized below Mason-Dixon line


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