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Today in Black America - July 30

POSTED: July 30, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Poll Shows Obama’s Clout on Health Care Is Eroding

House Reaches Agreement on Cutting Cost of Health Bill

Jury to Get Jefferson Corruption Case

Discovery May Help Treat Obesity

Spending Millions to Aid Minority Firms, but Falling Short

Reverend Ike, Who Preached Prosperity, Dies at 74

Sarah Grabs the Grievance Grab Bag From Hillary


The Washington Post

Lawmakers Cut Health Bills' Price Tag

Domestic Diplomacy at a Picnic Table

Woman Who Reported Gates Incident Shares Conflicting Story

4,000 Displaced as Troops Battle Nigeria Militants

Holocaust Museum Shooter Indicted on First-Degree Murder

Judge Convicts Jacks of Murder In Deaths of Four Daughters


Baltimore Sun

Dixon indicted again in City Hall probe

Safe Streets outreach worker wounded at cookout


The Christian Science Monitor

Arabs losing hope in Obama's ability to broker Mideast peace

House takes big step toward healthcare reform vote


Boehner to Democrats: ‘Hit reset button’ on healthcare



Detroit Free Press

Thank Gates 911 caller; stop pretending that an America without race is possible

Honda posts small profit; Nissan, Daimler take hit


Chicago Tribune

Web site helps Burr Oak graves search



Los Angeles Times

Obama changes healthcare tack to win over the insured


Fed-up South Africans lash out at Zuma's government


CDC gives priority to certain groups for swine flu vaccine

India prime minister pushes for dialogue with Pakistan


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Critics call for high-profile response to Atlanta crime


APS to raise $2 million to avoid furloughs


Economy forces creators to 're-imagine' Black Arts Festival

 
 
 

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