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Today in Black America - June 11

POSTED: June 11, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Doctors’ Group Opposes Public Insurance Plan

Videos Reveal Sotomayor’s Positions on Affirmative Action and Other Issues

Debate Erupts Over Muslim School in Virginia

Treasury to Set Executives’ Pay at 7 Ailing Firms

Door Is Locked, and Senate Is in Gridlock

The Washington Post

At a Monument of Sorrow, A Burst of Deadly Violence

A Suspect's Long History of Hate, and Signs of Strain

Grief, Shock After a 'Gentle Giant' Loses His Life in the Line of Duty

Obama Administration Finds Health-Care Model in Green Bay

Man Is Fatally Shot in Columbia Heights

Baltimore Sun

Suspect has deep Maryland ties, history of anti-Semitic activities

The Christian Science Monitor

Holocaust Museum shooting: A spike in domestic extremism?

Push is on for a ‘common’ education standard for US schoolchildren

Report: ‘Green’ jobs outpacing traditional ones

Detroit Free Press

Another life for Chrysler

Push is on to add days to Michigan school year

Michigan foreclosure rate in top 10

Michigan man runs Web site on museum suspect’s book

Los Angeles Times

Schwarzenegger threatens to shut down state government

Holocaust Museum suspect's views were known

Chicago Tribune

Wright sounds off on Obama and 'Jews'

Keeping up with the Obamas

Employees linking work, social media


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