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Today in Black America - December 8

POSTED: December 08, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Millions in U.S. Drink Dirty Water, Records Show

A Plea to Congress on Jobless Benefits
 
Liberal Senators Press for Expansion of Medicare
 
Report Predicts Fall in Colon Cancer Deaths
 
Obama Suggests Uses for Bailout Fund
 
A Fearful Price


The Christian Science Monitor

Using TARP funds for job creation: creative or reckless?

Bernanke speech: financial stability is returning
 

Baltimore Sun

O'Malley proposes tax credit for firms that hire unemployed workers

ACORN internal investigation says employees' actions on video were not criminal

Charity event tied to Dixon case disbanded


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Group suspects illegal voting in mayor's race

U.S. Rep. Hank Johnson battling hepatitis C


Detroit Free Press

Judge threatens Kilpatrick over delay for Dallas job

Ex-Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick returns to the witness stand today

DPS to tear down 14 vacant schools it calls the worst eyesores

DPS board member is suing Bobb


Chicago Tribune

Swine flu: Homelessness, H1N1 flu a risky combination

Job creation, economy a priority for contenders of vacant U.S. Senate seat

A social snub


The Washington Post

Obama preparing new push to add jobs, tackle deficit

Entering an election year, Democrats sharpen focus on jobs

Flu pandemic could be mild

Democrats push more mortgage aid

D.C. charter schools to gain new source of practical advice


Los Angeles Times

Sacramento is losing its legislative luster

California ethics panel probes state Sen. Wright in campaign-law issue

Damon Dunn wants voters to do what he didn't

L.A. council members want city attorney to resolve probe of Michael Jackson memorial

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