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Today in Black America - August 13

POSTED: August 13, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Injects Himself Into Health Talks, Despite Risks

Fed Views Recession as Near an End

Thousands Line Up for Promise of Free Health Care

Obama Gives Medal of Freedom to 16 Luminaries

Wal-Mart’s Revenue Falls 1.4%

Gunning for Health Care

Health Reform and Small Business

Biggest Union Is Said to Back Bloomberg Rival



The Christian Science Monitor

Stocks rally on Fed’s word that the economy is leveling off

Town-hall outbursts reflect worries of American public

US deficit forecast to be four times last year’s record


Baltimore Sun

2 dialogues, 1 thorny idea


Baltimore schools OK Teach for America contract


The Washington Post

Retail sales unexpectedly dip 0.1 percent in July

Cheney Uncloaks His Frustration With Bush

A Price to Pay for the Town Hall Rage

Health-Reform Rhetoric Gets Personal for Britons

Sotomayor Lauded as Step Toward U.S. Ideals at Reception

Colleges Trying to Firm Up Shaky Freshman Enrollment


Atlanta Journal Constitution

First-time unemployment claims up 60 percent

GE calls Fox bombs report 'maliciously false'

InterMedia-led group to buy Vibe Magazine assets


The Los Angeles Times

Many seniors aren't sure healthcare system needs repair


Schwarzenegger vows to boost patient protections

Tensions high as trial approaches in fatal stabbing of USC student


Detroit Free Press

Passionate debaters stir up health care town halls

Ex-Kilpatrick lawyer could testify today

Worthy: More ex-DPS workers could be charged soon

'Kwame a River 2: The Wrath of Conyers' seems awfully familiar


 
 
 
 

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