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Today in Black America - September 18

POSTED: September 18, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Unemployment Hits 10.3% in New York City

Justice Dept. Investigates Ex-Official’s Ties to Shell

Rockefeller Stands Up for Liberals on Health Care

House Prohibits Federal Money to Acorn

In Council, Minorities on Edge of Majority

Thompson Ad Contrasts ‘Us’ With ‘Rich and Powerful’


Washington Post

The Favor Jimmy Carter Did Us All


Unite Here Union Says It Will Rejoin AFL-CIO

At U-Md., Obama Calls on Young Adults to Back Health-Care Reform


Affordability Is Major Challenge for Reform


Pelosi Says Anti-Obama Rhetoric Sounds Familiar


Baltimore Sun

Maryland faces $2B budget shortfall in 2010, figures show


Apparent gang killing lost amid the mayhem

Cost of racial disparities in health care put at $229 billion between 2003, 2006


The Christian Science Monitor

Democrats may go it alone on healthcare, but must close ranks

On Constitution Day, the document lives on in political debates

Gibbs says political coverage focuses on ‘the loudest and shrillest’


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Baby left in storm drain dies

Can bankers be punished like ACORN?


Atlanta mayoral hopefuls talk with Airport Area Chamber



Detroit Free Press

That was an impostor, not Dearing, chatting with us


Court denies Kilpatrick bid to cut his restitution to $6 a month


'Culture war' now wants victims



Los Angeles Times

A gang feud's fallout

White conservatives say it's their turn for empowerment

Oath Keepers organizer sees need to sound an alarm

Obama team keeps distance from Carter's charges of racism



Boston Globe

House backs an interim senator

Hundreds attend rally for fired Hyatt housekeepers

Coaxing dropouts back in

Turner rips FBI investigators


Chicago Tribune

Jesse Jackson Jr.: House ethics probe of congressman's link to Rod Blagojevich case is sidelined


Cheryle Jackson officially joins Senate race

Todd Stroger: Probe expands into Cook County Board president's hiring of ex-busboy








 
 
 
 

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