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Today in Black America - August 17

POSTED: August 17, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

‘Public Option’ in Health Plan May Be Dropped

Dangling Money, Obama Pushes an Education Shift

Living and Fighting Alongside Men, and Fitting In

To Promote Health Care Plan, Obama Talks About His Own Grandmother

Mubarak to Tell U.S. Israel Must Make Overture

The View From the Bottom


Health Care’s Generation Gap

Hard to Believe!


The Washington Post

Key Feature Of Obama Health Plan May Be Out

President's Coverage Promise Is No Keeper

Probe of 1964 Miss. Killings to Continue

Blogger's Case Could Test the Limits of Political Speech

Laws of Man and Rights of Dogs

Rules Trail Raucous Students Off-Campus

More Crises Needed?


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama’s health ideas elicit support, skepticism in Colorado

A stop-by-stop account of Clinton's Africa trip

Bill Clinton’s latest tough sell: Haiti


Detroit Free Press

Buffalo soldiers center in Detroit touts history

Mayoral staff, some pay rises under Bing


Bill could trim math requirement in Michigan

Detroit school safety topic of roundtable event

Keep jazz fest a Motown sound


Baltimore Sun

Harborplace shooting sparks call for action


Officials need to decide which Red Line side they're on

Hunting ultimate weapon against flu


Los Angeles Times

Some saw the housing bubble and sold; trick now is spotting the bottom

Workers bracing to say goodbye to Toyota auto plant

Hepatitis C cases put focus on healthcare safety

L.A. budget deal threatens to unravel



 
 
 
 

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