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Today in Black America - June 5

POSTED: June 05, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Merkel Backs Obama on Push for Mideast Accord

Sotomayor Rose on Merit Alone, Her Allies Say

Black Congressman Eyes Alabama Governor’s Seat

South Carolina: Governor Ordered to Request Stimulus

A Final Farewell for a Slain Police Officer

Hope and Worry on Immigration

The Washington Post

Sotomayor Speeches Woven With Ethnicity

Banks Put Off Plans To Sell Toxic Assets

Chrysler Enters Legal Homestretch

First Lady Replaces Her Chief of Staff

Senate Committee Backs 4th Circuit Nominee

The Christian Science Monitor

In Obama's speech, a new approach to Middle East: candor

In France, Obama erases the ‘us vs. them’ rhetoric

Sotomayor a racist? Hardly, South Bronx says

Detroit Free Press

GM expects to show annual profits in 2011

Obama tries evenhanded approach

Hello, I'm your bogeyman

Man charged in Utah with threatening Obama

Black expo couldn't come at better time

Los Angeles Times

Walgreen, CVS add healthcare services to in-store clinics

Muslim Americans find inspiration in Obama's speech

Countrywide's Angelo Mozilo is target of federal lawsuit

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore could lose $8.2 million in federal stimulus money

Baltimore may yield top homicide ranking to Detroit

Balto. Co. boosts minority, women contract share

Chicago Tribune

Dorothy Brown says she won't take cash from county employees

City Hall rattles layoff saber at unions


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