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Today in Black America - January 12

POSTED: January 12, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Lawyers Challenge Ohio on Executions

White House Opposes Challenge to Gillibrand

States Lower Test Standards for a High School Diploma

Future Kenya Port Could Mar Pristine Land

Williams Pleads Guilty in ’02 Driver Shooting

A Serious Proposal

The Christian Science Monitor

US says no plan to cut Israel loan guarantees, but it's been tried before

Israel’s plan to stem African immigration: Wall on Egypt’s border

Newest hurdle to how to pay for healthcare reform: unions

Baltimore Sun

Rawlings-Blake calls anger over Dixon pension 'understandable'

Stephanie Rawlings-Blake: Calm and methodical, but decisive

Detroit Free Press

BMW to expand labs to turn metro Detroit kids into scientists

Potential jurors field questions in Riddle trial

Riddle's lawyers: Jury pool a problem

Closing arguments in Kilpatrick case begin today

The Washington Post

Md. nonprofits grew in 2008 despite recession, study finds

Obama considers new fee on banks

Harry Reid's comments were crudely put, yet true

Chicago Tribune

Army of advocates fights for at-risk youths

Medill justice project gets some media muscle

Los Angeles Times

Washington fires back at Schwarzenegger

Health report calls for hepatitis awareness campaign


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