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Chicago Tribune newspaper publisher John Sengstacke was born in Savannah, Georgia in 1912.

Today in Black America - July 7

POSTED: July 07, 2009, 6:30 am

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The New York Times

Los Angeles Gears Up for Michael Jackson Memorial

White House and Hospitals Are Reported to Be Near Deal

Franken, Without the Quips, Takes On New Role

South Carolina G.O.P. Censures Sanford

Who Would Lead New York if Paterson Left? Who Knows?

After the War Was Over

The Washington Post

Hospitals Reach Deal With Administration

Obama: US, Russia not destined to be adversaries

States Straining To Repair Budgets

Industry Takes Aim at Plan to Create Financial Protection Agency

Canceled Trip Started Barry's Bad Day

A Starter, Not a Finisher

The Christian Science Monitor

How can US dig out from 9.5 percent unemployment?

Where does Palin’s exit leave GOP for 2012?

Detroit Free Press

Evans' task: Attack violent crime

Student violence hotline set up for metro area

Reeves sings praise of Michael Jackson

Evans' open policing strategy offers hope for besieged Detroit

Los Angeles Times

Jackson fans flocking to L.A. for memorial service

Staples Center at core of wide security cordon in downtown L.A.

Star studded lineup announced for Michael Jackson memorial

Indianapolis Star

Olympic gold medalist helps minority youth get into swimming

USA Today

For many minorities, saving isn't so easy

Steve McNair's death brings other side of his life to light

Fisher on McNair's legacy: 'Remembered' and 'forgiven'


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