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Chicago Tribune newspaper publisher John Sengstacke was born in Savannah, Georgia in 1912.

Today in Black America - September 10

POSTED: September 10, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Vows to ‘Deliver on Health Care’

Making the Case for Leadership, Not Just Health Legislation

President Obama Steps Forward

In Lawmaker’s Outburst, a Rare Breach of Protocol

Less Spocky, More Rocky

States Face Drop in Casino and Lottery Revenues for First Time

Proposed Honor Stirs Up a Firebrand’s Hometown

President of City College Is Taking Helm at Cincinnati

The Christian Science Monitor

Healthcare reform: Can Democrats give up public option?

Bailout update: Will taxpayers recoup their investments?

Sudan opposition parties forge alliance

The Washington Post

Republicans Behaving Badly

Obama Heckled by GOP During Speech to Congress

At Last, Firing Back on Health Reform

Economy Still Fragile, Fed Reports

Banks Ease Burden Of Credit Card Debt

A Title Wave of Controversy

Detroit Free Press

GM to cut 1,000 salaried jobs by end of September

5 teens attack, injure Muslim girl on school bus in Ann Arbor

Oakland Republicans gather, jeer Obama on TV

Locking them up longer doesn't pay

Atlanta Journal Constitution

'Black Mayor' memo distributor withdraws his support for Borders

Los Angeles Times

Major points of President Obama's speech

Supreme Court hears arguments for corporate funding of candidates

Assemblyman Mike Duvall resigns after his sex comments are broadcast

Chicago Tribune

'Lord, am I gonna die?'

Million Father March: Chicago dads take children to their first day of school

Todd Stroger's voter approval rating sits at 10 percent, Tribune poll shows

Slinging mud

The fuss about what?


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