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Former Detroit Mayor and member of the legendary Tuskegee Airmen, Coleman Alexander Young, was born in 1918.

Today in Black America - November 3

POSTED: November 02, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

3 Contests on Election Day Could Signal Political Winds
Suburbs Are Seen as Key in New Jersey Race
Democrats Say House Bill Cuts Premiums for Many
Hospitals Cite Worry on Fees in Health Bill
New York Mayoral Race Focuses on Economy at End

Little Buzz for Thompson? Call It Larry Doby Syndrome

 A Glimpse of the Future?

The Christian Science Monitor

US to Karzai on Afghan election: congratulations, now shape up

Are Somalia's pirates linked to Al Qaeda?

Democrats fear triple blow on Election Day

Supreme Court declines to hear civil-rights era KKK case

Baltimore Sun

Md.-based Black & Decker, Stanley Works join in $4.5 billion deal; Local jobs, prestige to take a hit as state loses Fortune 500 HQ

Loss of B & D headquarters leaves state, nonprofit leaders crestfallen

Site near BWI offered for slots

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Franklin says she's voting for Reed

PSC: Buses carrying Morehouse band may have operated illegally

Dan Garson, 89, pioneer of integration

Detroit Free Press

Kilpatrick got cash far ahead of loan signing

Detroit clerk expects good turnout; vote checkers ready

What will it take to make a difference?

Don't squander rare opportunity today's Detroit election provides

The Washington Post

British government downsizes bailed-out U.K. banks

An NAACP chapter of a different hue

Rivals launch last-minute push to secure voters

A world of change in 287 days

Liberal group launches political advocacy Web site

Bullets are speeding faster out of gun shops in U.S.

Pr. George's chief works with developers to lure HHS

Chicago Tribune

Sen. Roland Burris hedges on health care reform vote

Stroger in feisty mood after re-election filing

Black-owned firms see slice of city work shrink

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