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Today in Black America - December 29

POSTED: December 29, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

In Katrina’s Aftermath, Still a Struggle to Help

At State Level, Health Lobby Fights Change

Rules Are Topsy-Turvy After Terror Attempt

Percy E. Sutton, Political Trailblazer, Dies at 89

New York on Track for Fewest Homicides on Record

A Less Than Honest Policy


The Christian Science Monitor

Christmas Day terrorist attack: have 9/11 reforms failed?

Al Qaeda rises in West Africa


Baltimore Sun

City surpasses '08 homicide total

West Baltimore activist says police broke his arm

Kwanzaa is fun at Lewis museum


Detroit Free Press

Plane bombing suspect likely to be tried in Detroit


Detroit's top 10 stories of 2009

Riddle asks to return to Detroit

Jackie Currie, former Detroit politician, dies

 

Atlanta Journal Constitution

107-year-old woman invoked in Obama speech dies

Turner out as Clayton police chief


The Washington Post


Explosive in Detroit terror case could have blown hole in airplane, sources say

Education Secretary Arne Duncan's legacy as Chicago schools chief questioned

Joel Achenbach on the 2000s: The decade we didn't see coming

D.C. police probe Gilbert Arenas's guns at Verizon Center

States in play: An early look at 2011 redistricting

Owings poised to challenge O'Malley in Md. governor's race


Los Angeles Times

Obama calls jet incident a 'serious reminder'

Common explosive used in attempt to down plane

House Democrats may give in on healthcare


Panel is divided on plan to bring jobs to South L.A.


Chicago Tribune

Navy Junior ROTC program: East Aurora High School has nation's largest unit


Professor's goal: Separate HIV facts from fiction

Abused girl's body is brought home by Wings of Hope

 
 
 

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