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Today in Black America - December 11

POSTED: December 11, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Blackwater Guards Tied to Secret Raids by the C.I.A.

House Approves Bill That Would Ease Federal Grip on Washington

High Premiums in Senate Democrats’ Health Plan

Swine Flu Death Toll at 10,000 Since April

Easing Congress’s Heel on the Capital City

The Washington Post

Joblessness plan revamps rules on bank bailouts

Citing 'just war,' Obama accepts peace prize

In Oslo, Obama tries to reconcile early antiwar rhetoric with prevailing realities

Jackson joins call for more attention to recession's impact on black Americans

N.Va. men allegedly tried to join jihadists

Baltimore Sun

Dixon to be sentenced January 21 for embezzlement of gift cards

State school board to review effects of long-term suspensions, expulsions

The Christian Science Monitor

Left and right, pundits applaud Obama Nobel Peace Prize speech

Five Americans arrested in Pakistan don't fit typical profile

US household wealth up in third quarter, debt levels fall

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Tech students victimized by crime this month

7 educators from Atlanta, Fulton banned for up to a year in test cheating scandal

Detroit Free Press

Cox set to be deposed today in Greene suit

Michigan Attorney General Michael Cox talked with the Free Press about the Manoogian Mansion probe and the Tamara Greene case

Chicago Tribune

Todd Stroger a distant 3rd in poll

Los Angeles Times

Few troubled mortgages being modified permanently

Democrats select Perez as next Assembly speaker


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