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Today in Black America - Nov. 18

POSTED: November 18, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Clout Has Plunged for Automakers and Union, Too

How Many Jobs Depend on the Big Three?


Washington Post

Can Mall Be Filled For an Inauguration? 4 Million May Try It

Honoring ‘a Baby No One Loved’


Los Angeles Times

Malia and Sasha’s big move

CSU may cut future enrollment by 10,000


The Christian Science Monitor

Where should bailout dollars go?

Obama signals he will tap his rivals


Baltimore Sun

Washington churches welcoming Obamas

Jesse Jackson visits Baltimore, speaks about Obama’s win


Chicago Tribune

War on terror’s hidden front

Obama meets McCain in Chicago


Detroit Free Press

Analyst: Detroit's budget deficit could top $200 million


USA Today

52,000 jobs to be cut at Citigroup


States lend a hand in time of job foreclosures

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