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Today in Black America - August 12

POSTED: August 12, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Papers Show Bush Aides’ Role in Firings of Prosecutors

Senator Goes Face to Face With Dissent

Aspirin Seen Aiding Colorectal Cancer Patients

Survey Finds High Fees Common in Medical Care

Napolitano Focuses on Immigration Enforcement, Not Overhaul

Top Lawmaker’s Son Hired for $120,000 Senate Staff Job

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama steps up attack on healthcare status quo

ECONOMIC SCENE: ‘Tax me,’ some rich Americans tell Obama

Despite TARP billions, bank prospects are iffy, panel finds

Baltimore Sun

Opponents dominate Cardin town hall meeting on health care

'Critical moment' for city schools, Alonso says in address

Defendant in shooting of 5-year-old pleads not guilty

The Washington Post

'A Recovery Only a Statistician Can Love'

Obama Faces 'Scare Tactics' Head-On

What They're Really Arguing About

Miers Told House Panel of 'Agitated' Rove

Clinton Condemns Attacks on Civilians in E. Congo

Caring for Body, Mind and Baby

Detroit Free Press

U.S. official gropes to explain Clinton's outburst

Bobb to announce criminal charges in DPS probe

Don't let shouters kill health care debate

Chicago Tribune

U. of I. chancellor apologizes for scandal

Chicago Public Schools to seek property tax hike

Sorting out our health concerns

Los Angeles Times

Border security not an isolated issue, Napolitano says

Madoff's finance chief admits guilt

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Swastika painted outside Congressman’s office

Rapper 'C-Murder' convicted of 2002 fan shooting


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