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Today in Black America - Dec. 18

POSTED: December 18, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

On Wall Street, Bonuses, Not Profits, Were Real

Governor Paterson’s Tough Budget

Set to Go Forward, Schools May Instead Go 2 Steps back


Washington Post

Chrysler Shutting Down for One Month

Selection Provides Civil Rights Symmetry


The Christian Science Monitor

Young Republicans seek a new kind of party

The Fed’s big rate cut: what impact?


Baltimore Sun

City clinics’ burden spills over to ERs


Los Angeles Times


The rise of the late baby boomers

Los Angeles council OKs $74 million in midyear budget cuts

California Democrats devise plan to hike taxes


Detroit Free Press

Kilpatrick text message scandal now a satire at Second City

Chrysler shutdown to idle 46,000 for month


Chicago Tribune

Alaska officials look into circulation of racist state e-mails about Obama

Civic pride in public shame


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Lowery to deliver benediction at Obama inaugural

Obama’s campaign workers…keep on working


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