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Today in Black America - October 28

POSTED: October 28, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Brother of Afghan Leader Is Said to Be on C.I.A. Payroll

Big Lender GMAC Asks for More U.S. Aid
Democrats Divided Over Reid Proposal for Public Option
California Would Lose Seats Under Census Change
Bloomberg Is Quick to Attack, Yet Vague on Mission
Newark Mayor Backed Bloomberg, Then Got Funds

The Christian Science Monitor

Bankers face activists’ anger in the streets of Chicago
Congress targets major cause of banking crisis: derivatives

Public likes public option for healthcare. Joe Lieberman doesn’t.

Conservatives outnumber liberals 2 to 1, Gallup finds

Baltimore Sun

Wright's appearance sours NAACP award for Arundel man

More calls for probe of Baltimore City Foundation

DC sniper John Allen Muhammad set to die by lethal injection; execution scheduled for Nov. 10

Detroit Free Press

Monica Conyers is to be sentenced on Dec. 1

Push is on to count all Detroiters

Underdog Barrow: I can beat the odds

We overpaid for land, DPS says

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta scrambles to spend $30M

Calif. town rattled by alleged rape of girl, 15

Census Bureau releases statistical snapshots of metro towns

Washington Post

Economy is kick-started, but can it motor ahead?

Month becomes the deadliest of Afghan war

States mismanage student information, study concludes

Single living is wave of the present

U.S. electrical grid gets $3.4 billion jolt of stimulus funding

Montgomery schools back higher legal dropout age

Foreclosures double in Washington area

Deeds reaches for 'Obama energy'

Hartford Courant

Three Arrested In Slaying Of UConn Football Player Jasper Howard; Motive Still Missing

Teammates Honor Jasper Howard At Funeral

Schools Close As Resurgent Swine Flu Hits Hard

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