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Edward W. Brooke, III, the first Black to serve in the U.S. Senate in the 20th century, is born in 1919 in Washington, D.C.

Today in Black America - November 30

POSTED: November 30, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Vital Tests for Obama on Mandate for Change
Debate on Creating Jobs, Without Raising Deficit
Unemployment and Midterms
Food Stamp Use Soars, and Stigma Fades
Stacking the Deck Against Kids
The Jobs Imperative

The Christian Science Monitor

Three questions Obama must answer in Afghanistan speech

Baltimore Sun

A house of (gift) cards at City Hall

Dixon talk-radio divide may reflect the one in jury room

Dixon trial maneuvers' effects disputed

Atlanta Journal Constitutrion

Mayoral candidates go on attack in final TV debate

Police chief touts record

Detroit Free Press

Bing says rebuilding Detroit is 20-year task

Detroit's compounding debt points to disaster

Affordable insurance key for young adults

The Washington Post

A party both united and divided

In health-care reform, no deficit cure

Lenders to get push to help homeowners

D.C. mayor's blunt style an asset, liability

Chicago Tribune

Some black youth feel more at home in Boystown, but get chilly reception

City targets ex-NBA star for 'slum' housing

Chicago budget: Aldermen focus on ward issues rather than $370 million plan to dig deep into parking-meter reserves

Los Angeles Times

Atlanta mayoral candidates appeal to gay vote

Four police officers fatally shot near Seattle

L.A. faces $1-billion deficit by 2013; budget chief calls for pension reforms


N.J. medical duo earns Afghan warlords' trust

Municipalities brace for steep cuts in state aid

Boston Globe

Fun and games fail to hit the teen target

Black-white vote looms in Atlanta mayor race

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