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Today in Black America - November 23

POSTED: November 23, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Democrats Focus on G.O.P. Senators From Maine

Wave of Debt Payments Facing U.S. Government

White House Pushes Science and Math Education

Under Scrutiny, Rangel Is Frayed but Defiant
 
They Chose Celebrity
 

The Washington Post

Public option at center of debate

Renters becoming latest victims as foreclosure crisis widens

Support for legalizing marijuana grows rapidly around U.S.

A great burden grows

A win for New Orleans


Baltimore Sun

Waiting for the jury

Negro League baseball museum proposed for Baltimore


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Norwood, Reed trade accusations

Norwood attracts 
grassroots support during council tenure

Reed makes an impact 
with voters, peers while serving in Statehouse

FBI wants public's help in civil rights killings

US survey shows southern counties most obese


Detroit Free Press

Inside Cox's interview with Kilpatrick

Wayne State is attracting a younger crowd

Tell it to Bobb or tell it to the judge

Kilpatrick hearing rescheduled for earlier time

Motown celebrates 50 years of music, good times, laughter too


The Christian Science Monitor

America the jobless: Ron Paul wins, Timothy Geithner loses?

Senate healthcare reform vote: ‘Now, the real debate can begin’

Five cities that will rise in the New Economy

Et tu lefties? Obama takes flak from his liberal ‘friends’


Chicago Tribune

Michael Scott: Big names join the public at memorial for Chicago school board president

'Lost Boys' find calling

Dolton shootout: Young father, 22, slain while celebrating his birthday

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