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Today in Black America - January 6

POSTED: January 06, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Senator Dodd Will Not Seek Re-election, Democrats Say


Harold Ford Jr. Weighs a Challenge to Gillibrand

Obama Says Plot Could Have Been Disrupted

Slowing Pace of Home Sales Raises Fears of New Retreat

Thompson to Run for Mayor in 2013

No Longer Majority Black, Harlem Is in Transition

City Ignoring Law on Class Sizes, Suit Says


The Christian Science Monitor


Yemen sharpens debate: Are wars the answer to terrorism?

Realistically, can intelligence analysts stop a terror attack?

Las Vegas shooting: rage against the courts


Baltimore Sun

Dixon jurors said to still chat on Facebook


Dixon speaks for herself


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Reed against Atlanta tunnel

Reed to create job of ‘economic development czar'


Limbaugh is right about health care in Hawaii

 

Detroit Free Press

Students, officials clash over shirt

Bing to be sworn in Friday

Riddle can't say he's a fall guy, judge rules


Washington Post

$250 million initiative for science, math teachers planned

D.C. region's unemployment rate dropped to 6.1 percent in November

Carlos Allen says he was invited to state dinner; his name wasn't on guest list

Without a movement, progressives can't aid Obama's agenda


Los Angeles Times

Schwarzenegger to propose spending $500 million for worker training

Assembly OKs bills to change California schools


Villaraigosa urges U.S. to expand use of full-body scanners at LAX, elsewhere


Chicago Tribune

Early prison release program: Gov. Pat Quinn suspends 2nd Illinois program

Rahm in the mayor's race would be quite a fish tale
 
 

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