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Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - November 12

POSTED: November 12, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Job Woes Exacting a Heavy Toll on Family Life
 
At Fort Hood, Witness Credits Second Officer
 
Bush Emerging for Speech to Kick Off Public Policy Institute
 
Senator Faces G.O.P. Rebuke Back Home
 
After Criticism, the Administration Is Praised for Final Rules on Education Grants
 
In Surprise, Lou Dobbs Quits CNN
 
More Foreclosures to Come
 

Baltimore Sun

Spotlight turns on new evidence in Dixon case

In Dixon case, Developer C might lead to Pastor A

On Veterans Day, members of commission are sworn in

Md. doctors cope with flood of calls about H1N1 flu


The Christian Science Monitor

Pew report: nine states join California in facing fiscal crisis

Veterans Day: Michelle Obama launches community network for vets

Charles Taylor war crimes trial gets mixed reviews in Liberia

Home values rise in 30 cities: Is your city one of them?


The Washington Post

Feeling the weight of war

Initially waved off, Hispanic advocates jump into health debate

Brazil president orders probe of blackout

HUD threatens to cut off D.C. AIDS funding next year

Brother of Rawlings shot as he boards bus


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Roy Barnes follows suit, will endorse Kasim Reed

Man killed trying to repossess Mustang


Detroit Free Press

Michigan will be among the poorest states for years, study says

Police seek missing 20-year-old Detroit woman

Empty homes open doors to trouble


Cleveland Plain Dealer

Police identify 10th victim in Imperial Avenue stranglings as Cleveland woman, 25

Serial killings in Cleveland continue to draw media, blogger attention

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