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Today in Black America - December 23

POSTED: December 23, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

History Made, Mayor-Elect Focuses on Local Issues

Latino Leaders Use Churches to Push Census Bid

Tax Credit Gives a Lift to Housing

Thousands May Incorrectly Be Using Stimulus Tax Breaks

Obamas Express Condolences for Death of Ann Cooper

Parties Stay United as Health Bill Clears Steps in Senate

A Quiet End for Boys Choir of Harlem

Americans Without Work


Baltimore Sun

Great Blacks in Wax museum cuts ties with party promoter


The Christian Science Monitor

Parker Griffith party switch: Will other Democrats follow suit?

Why community banks need Obama, and he needs them

As health care reform bill advances, public support slips

HP's 'racist' webcam: harbinger of motion-tracking troubles?


Atlanta Journal Constitution

SCLC suspends chairman and treasurer

Reed creates panel to reform pensions


Detroit Free Press

Michigan one of three states to lose residents

Detroit pension lawyer's role in real estate deal prompts ethics probe

Bing, 9 others named to DPS bond committee


Sam Riddle's bond to be reviewed


The Washington Post

Obama lists financial rescue as 'most important thing' of his first year


5 Myths about a president's first year

The Adviser and Friend: Valerie Jarrett


Friends, foes frown on Steele's paid speeches

'Avatar' is part of important discussion about race



The Los Angeles Times

Schwarzenegger to seek federal help for California budget

Senate healthcare bill may be hard to reconcile with House's



 

 
 
 

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