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Andrew Young, former Member of Congress from Atlanta, is appointed Ambassador to the United Nations by President Jimmy Carter in 1976.

Today in Black America - October 14

POSTED: October 14, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Senate Panel Clears Health Bill With One G.O.P. Vote
Students’ Film Provides New Look at Josh Gibson
Rangel’s Ex-Aide Will Run Against Him
Some States Forgo Signs on Stimulus
Bloomberg Defends His Record in First Mayoral Debate

Still on the Job, but Making Only Half as Much

The Christian Science Monitor

Olympia Snowe gives healthcare reform its first Republican vote

Olympia Snowe’s healthcare vote: unabashedly independent

Polls: Americans want healthcare reform at no cost to them

Eager foreigners still wary of investing in Mugabe's Zimbabwe

Latin America's worst wage gap for women and minorities? Powerhouse Brazil

Detroit Free Press

Detroit sells bonds against future taxes

Coalition seeks funds to stop arson-for-profit

Atlanta Journal Constitution

After settlement, King family turns eyes to healing

Atlanta police to beef up campus police presence

The Washington Post

Health Insurers Emerge as Obama's Top Foe in Reform Effort

Census Workers' Fingerprints Get Closer Look

Asthma Most Common Condition In Hospitalized Swine Flu Patients

2 Killed, 3 Hurt in D.C. Drive-By

Los Angeles Times

A body larger than life

Girl, 16, shot while walking near Hollywood school

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