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Today in Black America - July 14

POSTED: July 14, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Sotomayor Vows ‘Fidelity to the Law’ as Hearings Start

Obama’s Chief Auto Adviser Steps Down

A Doctor From the Bayou

New Director of Census Bureau Is Approved

Because of Race: Ricci v. DeStefano

Obama Student Loan Plan Wins Support in House

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama’s agenda at risk in push for CIA inquiry

A new commander to train US drill sergeants? Yes, ma'am!

Baltimore Sun

Church finds shelter in Jewish congregation

NAACP aids tracking of police misconduct

Sinclair Broadcasting may consider bankruptcy

Los Angeles Times

Cries for reform of California government come from all sides

Schwarzenegger sweeps out nursing board

Deputies in Athens fatal shooting mistook victim's cellphone for a handgun

At an impoverished housing complex, a reflection of South L.A.

The Washington Post

Holder Faces Avalanche Of Work, and Scrutiny

The Scene: Culture Wars Intrude on a Day of Cordiality

On Health-Care Reform, Obama Looks to the LBJ Model

Whose Identity Politics?

Chicago Tribune

FBI: Tough to ID all Burr Oak remains

Gov. Pat Quinn signs $31 billion statewide public-works package

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Are stimulus road dollars being divvied up fairly?

State Masonic group withdraws charges

Surgeon General nominee’s health care career launched in Atlanta

Detroit Free Press

Filmmakers see Detroit as test case for ideas on urban reviva

Above all, Mr. President, Michigan needs promise of jobs

Obama will unveil $12 billion plan for community colleges

Philadelphia Inquirer

Creative Steps rejects offer to return

Phila. desegregation case ends, but lawsuit looms


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