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Today in Black America - November 19

POSTED: November 19, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Senate Health Plan Seeks to Add Coverage to 31 Million

Ruling on Katrina Flooding Favors Homeowners

Holder Defends Decision to Use U.S. Court for 9/11 Trial

Jobless Benefits Will Expire Unless Congress Acts

A Bullet Takes a Toll in the Bronx

The Christian Science Monitor

Senate Democrats introduce $849 billion healthcare reform bill

Holder: 'Failure not an option' in New York 9/11 terror trial

Geithner: Jobs can’t flow without bank loans for small businesses

Does US need a second stimulus to create jobs?

New tale of Detroit’s woe: Pontiac Silverdome sold for $583,000
Chicago schools get new tool in fight against youth violence

Somalia's Islamist militants spill into neighboring countries

Baltimore Sun

Md. panel approves $362M in budget cuts

Closings set today in Dixon case

Downsizing isn't easy in tough market

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Reed gets Lowery endorsement; Norwood courts gay & lesbian voters

Atlanta judicial leaders declare court 'emergency'

Detroit Free Press

Kilpatrick's friends helped pay part of his restitution, hearing reveals

Mom just wanted dad to help her with son

The Washington Post

Holder answers to 9/11 relatives about trials in U.S.

Sizable number harbor doubts about H1N1 vaccine, threat

Fenty, Gray set aside feud for the sake of home rule

The GOP's no-exit strategy

Ramallah's road map to statehood

Chicago Tribune

Hospital report cards: Illinois Web site with prices, quality ratings and more will launch Thursday

Fox rolls wrong video, heads may roll

Police hold off on ruling in Michael Scott's death

Los Angeles Times

Operatic trills rise from Botswana bush

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