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October 26, 2014

Edward W. Brooke, III, the first Black to serve in the U.S. Senate in the 20th century, is born in 1919 in Washington, D.C.

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The New York Times

Time of Reckoning

In Time of Crisis, Urging Bold Action and Big Ideas

One Illinois Senator Tells the Other to Step Down

Murdoch Apologizes in Post for Cartoon of Chimpanzee


The Washington Post

‘Day of Reckoning’

Holder Draws ‘Survivor’ Duty

A Drink a Day Raises Women’s Risk of Cancer, Study Indicates

Senate to Weigh D.C. Vote Measure

Bernanke Remarks Boost Markets


Baltimore Sun

WBAL-TV fires reporter over prank

NAACP contends arrests in Aberdeen racially motivated

O’Malley outlines education agenda at state board meeting


Los Angeles Times

Obama mixes optimism and hard truths

Supreme Court upholds gun-control law


Detroit Free Press

Bing, Cockrel will duel t be Detroit’s Mayor

Bing, Cockrel must now raise level of campaigns

UAW urged to OK Ford survival plan


Boston Globe

New school zone plan could hurt poorest neighborhoods


Chicago Tribune

Durbin advises Burris to quit

Cheerful givers, grumpy receivers


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