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The U.S. Senate overrode President Ronald Reagan’s veto of legislation imposing economic sanctions against South Africa in 1986.

Today in Black America - Dec. 19

POSTED: December 19, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Names Three to Top Economic Posts

Jury Issues First Death Sentence in New Hampshire Since the 1950’s

Recommended Diet for Diabetes May Need Changing, Study Suggests


Washington Post

Obama Team Assembling $850 Billion Stimulus

More Cuts on Horizon as D.C. Faces New Budget Gap of $127 Million

U.N. Convicts Former Military Officer in Rwandan Genocide


The Christian Science Monitor

Big Three’s future still in balance

To save Zimbabwe, South Africa must step up


Detroit Free Press

Plant shutdowns upset dealers, workers

Bankruptcy looms for automakers; Bush raises stakes

Obama takes heat over prayers


Los Angeles Times

White couple, black man battle for claim to South Africa farm

Credit card changes will give consumers a break


USA Today

Dark clouds hovers over 63% of city leaders


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