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

Today in Black America - September 16

POSTED: September 16, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Wages Grow for Those With Jobs, New Figures Show

Fight Looming on Tax Break to Buy Houses

Senate Health Bill Draws Fire on Both Sides of Aisle

Conservatives Draw Blood From Acorn, Favored Foe

Deputy Schools Chancellor Joining Mayor’s Campaign

Promising a New Day, Again

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama seeks AFL-CIO support in healthcare fight

Bernanke says recession is technically over

How to get Mideast peace talks out of 'dark corner' of Israeli settlements

Medical school reinvented: Adding lessons in compassion

America's got to end its deadly devotion to democracy

The Washington Post

House Votes To Rebuke Wilson for Interruption

Partisan Heat Shows No Sign of Cooling

Obama's Many Policy 'Czars' Draw Ire From Conservatives

White House Is Prepared to Set First National Limits on Greenhouse Gases

Fed Broadens Its Oversight To Include Subprime Lenders

Secretary by Day, Royalty by Night

Judge Rules for Recreation Group

Baltimore Sun

Senate votes to block ACORN housing funds

Md. GOP head resigns following no-confidence vote

Markets and hacks work together

Lipscomb paid for foe's poll

Health care bill likely to address race issues, congresswoman says

Detroit Free Press

Rape conviction challenged

Detroit council rejects council-by-districts

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Jimmy Carter: Wilson comments 'based on racism'

Bernice King knew where Coretta's love letter was

Borders, Reed tout mayoral endorsements

Los Angeles Times

Crowd estimates vary wildly for Capitol march

Obama supporting Specter in primary battle

Bill Clinton backs Newsom in governor's race

Military offers a path to citizenship


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