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Chicago Tribune newspaper publisher John Sengstacke was born in Savannah, Georgia in 1912.

Today in Black America - Nov. 26

POSTED: November 26, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Study Cites Toll of AIDS Policy in South Africa

U.S. Plans $800 Billion in Lending to Ease Crisis

Plan for New Orleans Hospitals Draws Outcry

Washington Post

Americans’ Food Stamp Use Nears All-Time High

Census Spending Cuts Raise Concern on Count

Former Chief of Pr. George’s Schools Gets 6-Year Term

Los Angeles Times

Home prices keep plunging; L.A. sees some of the sharpest declines

U.S. cancer rates declines for the first time

Baltimore Sun

5 Students charged with attacking 2 city teachers

New liver transplant system erases racial bias, study indicates

The Christian Science Monitor

As Latinos tilt Democratic, can Texas stay ‘red’?

Army uses video games in suicide prevention

Boston Globe

Companies are quick to slice their workforce

Philadelphia Inquirer

Nutter gets an earful over budget cuts

Governors, Obama to meet in Phila. to discuss states’ crisis

County governments cope with financial woes

The Seattle Times

Word on the street: Seattle violence is rising

Gregoire orders $260 million more in emergency cuts

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Report: Poor, minority kids twice as likely to have bad math teachers

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