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Today in Black America - December 2

POSTED: December 02, 2009, 12:00 am

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Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta mayor: Reed leads in early returns

Atlanta opts for change, but not revolution


The New York Times

Obama Adds Troops, but Maps Exit Plan

Two Messages for Two Sides

American Indians Stand to Gain in Health Overhaul

Councilman and CUNY Trustee Trade Insults at Ceremony

14 Firefighters Who Sued Are Promoted


Baltimore Sun

Dixon convicted of embezzlement

Dixon can remain in office until sentenced, attorney general's office says

Dixon verdict: No amount of corruption is acceptable

City projections show $127 million budget shortfall for next year

Achievement program looks to keep kids from getting lost in middle school


The Christian Science Monitor

Obama's Afghanistan speech: five key points

Senate healthcare debate Day 2: partisan warfare by amendment

Report: Obama’s stimulus plan is creating new jobs

World AIDS Day: South Africa to treat all HIV children


Detroit Free Press

Ex-anchorwoman: I was conned and abused

Granholm pushes reform, aims for U.S. grants


The Washington Post

With speech, president makes the conflict truly his own

The puzzle for Congress: How to pay for plan

U.S. health-threat response to be reviewed

In D.C., a rift over plights for civil rights, gay rights


Chicago Tribune

Juneteenth Day, marking end of Civil War, now holiday in Wis.




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