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Today in Black America - Nov. 19

POSTED: November 19, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Holder seen as Justice Choice as Obama Forms Team

Mayor sorry for Kids ‘Assassinate Obama’ Chat

Washington Post

Eric Holder Said to Be Top Pick for Justice Dept.

Naming National Security Team Will Be a Priority for Obama

Council Bans Sale of Single Cigars in Bid to Curb Youth’s Marijuana Use

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama as a metro man

Auto giants up against bailout fatigue

Los Angeles Times

Seeking Justice

Paulson resists Democrats’ call to rescue homeowners

Chicago Tribune

Joint Chiefs chairman says war stresses on troops are 'extraordinary' and may be growing

Detroit Free Press

Surge in minority voting put Obama over the top, analysis finds

Panel may kick Cockrel, Hood off Detroit mayoral ballot

Baltimore Sun

NAACP Chairman Bond won’t seek new term

Obama daughters get White House tour from Bush twins

Philadelphia Inquirer

Bloods inmates exploiting NJ jails

Star Ledger

Former Sen. Wayne Bryant found guilty in corruption case

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