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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 18

POSTED: November 18, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Philadelphia Gives Homeowners a Way to Stay Put

3 Democrats Could Block Health Bill in Senate

Many Doctors to Stay Course on Breast Exams for Now
$500 Million and Apology From Goldman
Schools’ Grades Reflect Persistent Disparity

Paterson Prepares Wage Bill for Construction Sites
Hunger in the United States

The Christian Science Monitor

Senate healthcare reform bill: What’s taking so long?

Obama court nominee David Hamilton clears Senate hurdle

US Army suicides on track to hit new high in 2009

Baltimore Sun

In surprise, state rests, does not call Lipscomb

Lipscomb, Dixon must be smiling at new turn in mayor's trial

Many unanswered questions in killing of youth

Detroit Free Press

Kwame Kilpatrick's loan questioned by IRS, FBI

Ban on racial preferences may get appeal

150 more cops to patrol Detroit streets

Atlanta Journal Constitution

12-year-old brings .22 handgun to school

Joseph Lowery set to endorse Kasim Reed

Chicago Tribune

Michael Scott's use of board credit card probed

Medical examiner: No question Scott's death a suicide

Educators ponder Scott's legacy

Burr Oak Cemetery set to reopen to the public

Do violence-prevention programs work? University of Chicago study hopes to find out

The Washington Post

Reid 'optimistic' about getting 60 votes on health bill

Accounting for stimulus jobs: Be careful what you wish for

Hasan's ties to radical cleric raise issues for law enforcement

Gray's letter now a part of D.C. probe

Minorities in gifted classes studied

Council continues makeover in Prince George's

Los Angeles Times

California faces a projected deficit of $21 billion

Obama creates task force targeting fraud linked to financial crisis

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