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Today in Black America - December 10

POSTED: December 10, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Poll Finds Slim Majority Back More Troops in Afghan War

Senate Democrats See Room for Hope on Health Care Bill

College Dropouts Cite Low Money and High Stress
A Testy Exchange at White House Over Jobs Proposals

City Plans to Close Choir Academy of Harlem High School

A Good Fight

The Non-Public Option

The Christian Science Monitor

Nobel prize winner Obama will face Afghan war opponents in Oslo

What’s behind mixed signals from Obama and Geithner on TARP?

Will Senate Democrats’ healthcare reform tradeoffs seal the deal?

Indian land trust abuse and the woman who finally got US to pay up

Baltimore Sun

Homicide survivors meet as victims' list keeps growing

Slaying of mother, daughter leaves relatives 'numb'

Census officials call strategy best ever

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Reed in, Norwood concedes. New dawn for Atlanta

Detroit Free Press

Kilpatrick hearing ends; ex-mayor to return home

Bobb to Michigan lawmakers: Let me take over Detroit Public Schools academics

State must give Bobb full academic control

Merging of schools is gaining support

The Washington Post

For conservatives, a political surge

Downturn keeping Americans' wanderlust in check

Black lawmakers call on Obama to do more on behalf of blacks

Limits are likely on D.C. school vouchers

Beyond the NRA's absolutism

The right words for a war president

Los Angeles Times

Obama's jobs package draws fire from left and right

Krekorian's council victory a lesson on election spending

Chicago Tribune

Survey: 58 percent of teens would consider access to social network sites when accepting job offer

Chief judge creating domestic violence division


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