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Today in Black America - January 5

POSTED: January 05, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Health Spending Rises in 2008, but at Slower Rate

New Air Security Checks From 14 Nations to U.S. Draw Criticism

Third Uninvited Guest at State Dinner

Divergent Views on Signs of Life in the Economy

Paterson Seeks Overhaul to Combat Corruption

An Uneasy Feeling


This Year’s Housing Crisis


Baltimore Sun


Dixon jurors said to still chat on Facebook


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Reed sworn in as Atlanta's new mayor


Detroit Free Press


Pay cut tops new council agenda

Granholm: Let Bobb fix academics in Detroit Public Schools


The Christian Science Monitor

Las Vegas courthouse shooting highlights rising threat


New US plan sees Palestinian state in 2012 but Israel wary


Los Angeles Times

Swing states may be on the move

South African President Jacob Zuma marries wife No. 5


Chicago Tribune

Vocational education upgrade: Chicago schools roll out 7-year makeover

School lunches: Push for healthier foods faces barriers


Washington Post

Va. suspects in Pakistan say mission was jihad not terrorism

Attack shows risk of infiltration in Afghanistan

D.C. Council seeks to make attorney general an elected job

Secret Service confirms third crasher at White House state dinner


Star-Ledger

N.J. lawmakers hear bills aimed at improving urban education

Newark Mayor Cory Booker says crime down over past 3 years



 
 

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