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Today in Black America - April 6

POSTED: April 06, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Is Seeking Maximum Fine Against Toyota

Obama Limits When U.S. Would Use Nuclear Arms

More Upheaval at R.N.C.

A Haitian Family Reunites in Miami, by Video


The Christian Science Monitor

Supreme Court lets stand ruling in self-incrimination case

Wikileaks releases video depicting US forces killing of two Reuters journalists in Iraq

Supreme Court: No review of award for US nuclear weapons tests


Detroit Free Press

Henry Ford Health System plans $500M investment in Detroit

Judge: Convertino can represent Riddle

Asbestos, notification questions put home demolition plans on hold


The Washington Post

RNC chairman defends stewardship of party affairs

Supreme Court prospects are Kagan, Wood, Garland

New U.S. strategy to narrow use of nuclear arms: Obama

In Maryland governor's race, keys may be in D.C. suburbs

Will Fenty attend victims' funerals?


Baltimore Sun


Many bills, little time for legislators

State health care system for inmates makes some progress, audit says

So far in 2010: homicides at 33-year low


Los Angeles Times

A grim assessment of L.A.'s finances


Star Ledger

Former Montgomery man is convicted of bias crime for threatening to kill family with fake gun


Atlantic City casino industry suffers 21 percent drop in profits last year



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