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Today in Black America - September 21

POSTED: September 21, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

For President, Five Programs, One Message

Resisting Obama, Paterson Vows to Seek Office

General Calls for More U.S. Troops to Avoid Afghan Failure

Investment in a City of Struggles

Letterman Takes Turn Toward the Political

Cash Incentive Program for Poor Families Is Renewed

The Scourge Persists

Mississippi’s Failure

The Christian Science Monitor

Can Hamas spoil Obama's three-way Mideast summit?

Obama’s elbow to NY’s Gov. Paterson is hardball politics

ACORN scandal: How much federal funding does it get?

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore proposes shutdown, furloughs to close budget gap

Pierre stays in Annapolis race

Atlanta Journal Constitution

City leaders fiddle as crime fears flare

Rapper suspected of killing Va. pastor, 3 others

Detroit Free Press

Museum honors founder Dr. Wright

Cities object to fiscal formula

Racism accusations fuel passions in U.S.

The Washington Post

Democrats Target Bank Overdraft Charges

A Political Idea Warp

Why the U.S. Needs Africa

Reports Criticize Pandemic Planning

Schools Chief Faces Staff Vacancies

Chicago Tribune

Gary, Indiana, in tough financial spot, audit says


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