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Today in Black America - September 9

POSTED: September 09, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Meets With Leading Democrats to Plan Strategy

Colleges Are Failing in Graduation Rates

Health Compromise Floated Before Obama Speech

Cuomo Report Finds Political Interference Among State Police

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama’s school speech: Will overkill hurt GOP?

'Hillary' case: the legal stakes

Obama faces a generation gap on healthcare reform

How charities harness social media for a social impact

Baltimore Sun

TV hero gets real

The Washington Post

Obama Lectures to Students on Virtues of Hard Work

Opposition to Health Reform Revives Christian Right

Blue Dog Leader Backs Away From Support of Public Option

Sotomayor Takes Judicial Oath in Court Chambers

Va. to Cut 929 Jobs To Ease Shortfall

Detroit Free Press

Students return to class

Rib Rack murder jury reaches a verdict, but judge seals it

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Jasmine Lynn remembered as exceptional student

Crime wave hits metro Atlanta campuses

Los Angeles Times

Fed: consumers cut debt by record $21.6B in July

U.S. healthcare dilemma not one thing


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