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Today in Black America - September 15

POSTED: September 15, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

New Objections to Baucus Health Care Proposal

U.S. Kills Top Qaeda Leader in Southern Somalia

Is It Because He’s Black?

Violent Crime Fell in 2008, F.B.I. Report Says

On Wall St., Obama Pushes Stricter Finance Rules

A New Meaning for Cutting Classes
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The Christian Science Monitor

What can House do to Joe Wilson for ‘you lie’ outburst?

Obama Wall Street speech: execs wary of his reforms

A year after Lehman collapse, signs US recovery has begun


EU visit widens Zimbabwe split

Why Osama bin Laden goes easy on Obama in latest tape


The Washington Post


'You Lie!' Shout Brings Vote on Sanction


Lots of Fear Remains Over Economy, Job Losses


Obama Cautious on Faith-Based Initiatives


Immigration Overhaul Supporters Ratchet Up Rhetoric

Baucus Remains Hopeful That Republicans Will Like Committee's Health Bill

D.C. University Loses Accreditation

Hyattsville Principal Honors Pledge to Spend Day On the Roof


Atlanta Journal Constitution


Judge orders King children to talk

Grady offers 6-month reprieve to patients of dialysis clinic

Eaves seeks council seat 20 years after bribery conviction



Chicago Sun Times

Steele thinks firing was Stroger's revenge

Is there trouble in Oprah’s TV kingdom?



Detroit Free Press

All should decry hate crime, no matter the color

Anger is no excuse for offensive outburst



Los Angeles Times

Healthcare reform wins over doctors lobby

Kanye West expresses Swift regret on blog and 'The Jay Leno Show'


Patrick Swayze: the image of dignity, decency and defiance



 
 
 

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