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Today in Black America - November 10

POSTED: November 10, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Democrats Raise Alarms Over Costs of Health Bills
Justices Consider the Role of Age in Life Sentences

At Fort Hood, Some Violence Is Too Familiar

From 19th-Century View, Desegregation Is a Test

A Word, Mr. President

The Ban on Abortion Coverage

Report Says Foster System Keeps Children Too Long
‘On the Brink,’ New York Must Cut, Paterson Says

Baltimore Sun

Dixon theft trial opens with plea of not guilty

Hoping for 'justice' tonight for sniper

The Christian Science Monitor

John Allen Muhammad, D.C. sniper, loses Supreme Court appeal

Post-Depression first: Americans get more money from government than they give back
Five flash points as healthcare reform moves to the Senate

Atlanta Journal Constitution

UPS executive commits suicide after rape charge

Reed gets big endorsement, Norwood fights for intown votes

Detroit Free Press

Council locked and loaded -- literally

Meet the new Detroit City Council

6 more deaths blamed on H1N1

The Washington Post

Fort Hood suspect warned of threats within the ranks

Detecting glimpses of humanity in D.C. sniper

Wall Street surges to new 13-month high

Bad teachers in D.C., Md. are shielded, report says

Why 'Surge Light' won't work

Los Angeles Times

Abortion battle moves to the Senate

Lakers great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has leukemia

Finding a deeper lesson in high school gang rape

Case against Ohio murder suspect could widen

Chicago Tribune

Rep. Davis ends Stroger challenge

Whether they know it or not, teen girls have advocate

Cleveland Plain Dealer

Police in North Carolina review cold cases for connections to Anthony Sowell

Families of victims mourn as two more people identified from home on Imperial Avenue

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