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Pioneering civil rights lawyer and Howard University law professor, Charles Hamilton Houston, was born in 1895 in Washington, D.C.

Today in Black America - October 26

POSTED: October 26, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Recession Drives Surge in Youth Runaways
 
A Nation Battling Swine Flu, and Short Vaccine Supplies
 
Southern White Teams Just Didn’t Play Black Ones, but One Game Ended All That
 
U.S. Considers Reining In ‘Too Big to Fail’ Institutions

Another Look at the Dinkins Administration, and Not by Giuliani
 
The Cover-Up Continues
 


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama nets $600,000 for Gov. Deval Patrick’s war chest

Baghdad bombings: Iraqis at the scene blame political parties



Detroit Free Press

Ford's success comes at a price

Crumbling schools hope for save

Re-elect Mayor Dave Bing



Atlanta Journal Constitution

Engine for growth has run out of fuel

Atlanta mayoral race goes down to the wire

Cameras may police city streets

Covington woman embraces abandoned, deceased babies



Chicago Tribune

Poets tell story of Chicago school children killed

Chicago grandmother recalls last moments with Dequarrius D. Cannon, 17, who was fatally shot on Far South Side

Obama outs Fox, but reveals a big flaw



The Washington Post

A lift on the road to graduation

A crucial last dash for Deeds backers

Corzine comes back, but far enough?

Obama declares flu emergency to ease restrictions for hospitals

Boston's landmark election




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