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Today in Black America - October 22

POSTED: October 22, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Campaigns for Corzine in Close Race

Democrats Lose Big Test Vote on Health Legislation
 
In Atlanta, String of Black Mayors May Be Broken
 
Woman Recants 2007 Tale of Kidnap and Assault
 
At Age 92, a Charitable Life Ends in a Senseless Death



The Christian Science Monitor

Obama's Fox News offensive: Has it worked?

Can Obama rescue Corzine in New Jersey governor's race?

Will Vatican lure Africa's Anglican anti-gay bishops to Catholic church?



Baltimore Sun

Columbia's Enterprise to invest $4B to retrofit green homes

Morgan wins fight with UMUC over online program

Dixon threatens fire, police pay cuts



The Washington Post

House moves to create jobs, prevent economy from slipping

U.S. to cut pay for bailed-out bosses

Duo release another video of their meeting with ACORN worker

Rescue efforts shift to small business



Atlanta Journal Constitution

Reed pushes Norwood to remove TV ad

Spelman to close child care center



Detroit Free Press

Let's tell Wall Street: We want our money back

Bing backs $500M school bonds

Bobb should be up-front about privatization

Detroit teen sexually assaulted on way to school



Chicago Tribune

McClendon family: There is 'comfort on the horizon'

Slain parents of Garrard McClendon were fixtures of Hammond



Boston Globe

Safety board issues wake-up call on sleep disorder








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