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October 23, 2014

Led by Dr. W.E. B. Dubois, the NAACP issued a petition against racism in America to the United Nations in 1947.

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The New York Times

U.S. Unemployment Rate Hits 10.2%, Highest in 26 Years
 
Suspect Was to Be Sent to Afghanistan
 
After Gruesome Find, Anger at Cleveland Police
 
House Democrats Seek Allies for Health Care Vote
 
Florida Officials Fail to Provide Quality Education, Suit Claims

Kerik Confesses to Cheating I.R.S. and Telling Lies

Paterson Is Beginning Ad Campaign for Election
 
Election Remakes City Council, and May Give It More Bite, Too
 
The Republican Health Plan
 
Tribal Chiefs and the President


The Christian Science Monitor

What is known about Nidal Malik Hasan and Fort Hood shooting

Beyond ‘just say no,’ GOP lawmakers launch their healthcare plan

AARP, AMA give House healthcare bill an 11th-hour boost

What the $6,500 homebuyer tax credit means for you
 

The Washington Post

Rampage kills 13, wounds 30

Suspect, devout Muslim from Va., wanted Army discharge, aunt said

Honor rules, CDC urges vendors of H1N1 vaccine

Michelle Rhee and Kevin Johnson get engaged

Attack of the Palinites

Let states lead the way


Baltimore Sun

Waiting to learn who pays Dixon's legal bills

Young people at center of politics, Steele says

Mikulski asks attorney general to help dead fire cadet's family

Case involving problematic gang law postponed to January


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Borders meets with Reed, will talk to Norwood on Friday

Group to mayoral candidates: Don't fan racial flames in campaign


Detroit Free Press

Diverse students talk race, drugs, gossip

Accountability triumphed in a long campaign

Truth, justice look strange to student journalists


Los Angeles Times

Kaiser to open medical facility in South Los Angeles

Target, Kmart and Toys R Us agree to settle lead claims


Chicago Tribune

African-Americans hit inordinately hard by recession

Fenger student death: 14-year-old boy questioned in fatal beating


Pittsburgh Post Gazette

Harrisburg, York make history

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