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Ernest Nathan “Dutch” Morial, the first Black elected mayor of New Orleans, was born in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Today in Black America - December 30

POSTED: December 30, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Had Early Signals of a Terror Plot, Officials Say

Florida Republican May File Suit Over Health Bill

Billions to Fight Foreclosure, but Few New Loans

Bloomberg’s Election Aides Said to Get Customary Bonuses

As the Nation’s Pulse Races, Obama Can’t Seem to Find His

The Case for Reform

Baltimore Sun

5 Dixon jurors recalled as witnesses

More Maryland renters caught amid foreclosure

Team selected to redevelop North Avenue properties

Rallying around 'Mayor of Poppleton'

The Christian Science Monitor

Home prices fall, but local property taxes rise, Census says

Somali pirates nab two more ships, one in protected Gulf of Aden

Israel and Egypt eye movement on peace process

Detroit Free Press

FBI probes account of Michigan couple in Flight 253 case

Former U-M prof killed; suspect claims Christmas Day sex assault

Through death, 3 young Michiganders give life

After 3 break-ins, Detroit man calmly shoots, kills intruder, cops say

Chicago Tribune

Chicago homicides drop for 2009

The Washington Post

Republicans see political opportunity in Obama response to failed airplane bomb

Obama vows to repair intelligence gaps behind Detroit airplane incident

As defense agencies hire, other government workers get incentives to retire

A failed bombing, an opportunity for Nigeria

The Los Angeles Times

Infant's death rekindles scrutiny of L.A. County child services agency

White House prepares for immigration overhaul battle

Federal court restricts Taser use by police


N.J. residents split on whether life has improved in past decade, poll finds

Murders in N.J. decline for third straight year

Family of Newark barber killed in Delaney Hall suing county for poor oversight, training


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