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Today in Black America - April 24

POSTED: April 24, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Said to Seek a Chrysler Plan for Bankruptcy

To Save Money, States Turn to Furloughs

Ethics Panel Is Asked to Look Into Kennedy Leaks

Bloomberg’s Spending on Re-election Bid Reaches $7.5 Million


The Washington Post

SC wildfire biggest in more than 3 decades

U.S. Forced Bank To Carry Out Merrill Deal

Police Working With PR Firm in Shift Toward More Communication

Catania, Director Fighting Over AIDS Clinic Mission


The Christian Science Monitor

A promising rivalry in South Africa

Obama wins high marks for foreign policy

Home sales slide in March

Obama seeks to protect credit-card users


Baltimore Sun

Dixon attorneys argue case for dismissal of charges

Police's initial calls offered first hint of Parente's financial woes

GM temporary plant closures to affect White Marsh


Detroit Free Press

GM confirms extended factory shutdowns

Bing, Cockrel clash over approach to Cobo deal

More Americans optimistic about U.S. future, poll finds

Event to offer free health care to kids in Detroit


Chicago Tribune

Obama legal team wants to limit defendants' rights

Secession? It's for losers


Los Angeles Times

Brown calls 1996 anti-affirmative action law unconstitutional

Obama administration to release Bush-era detainee photos

ANC teeters on edge of supermajority


Atlanta Journal Constitution

2 arrested in teen's slaying near Turner Field

King siblings unaware of fee intricacies

 
 
 
 

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