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Today in Black America - May 1

POSTED: May 01, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Souter Said to Be Leaving Court in June

Chrysler’s Chief Says He Believes He Has Saved the Automaker

The Chrysler Bankruptcy

No Racial Gap Seen in ’08 Vote Turnout

Police Get Added Order: Stop, Frisk and ‘Explain’



The Washington Post

White House Cheat Sheet: Souter Retirement (Further) Roils Political Landscape

Many States Do Not Meet Readiness Standards

Africans Have World's Highest Genetic Diversity, Study Finds

Abu Ghraib Guards Say Memos Show They Were Scapegoats

Poll Finds Schools, Safety Top Area's List

The Invisible Epidemic


Baltimore Sun

Another $13 million in city surplus found

City officers say patrols are short-handed


The Christian Science Monitor

Formula for an Obama press conference: 13 questions

Recession and flu test global cooperation


Detroit Free Press

Bankruptcy slams Michigan

Worker reaction to Chrysler bankruptcy

Mayoral campaign attacks hit the airwaves

Former rival Hendrix now supports Bing

Fixing the schools is Job One for mayor


Chicago Tribune

Trippin' over Obama's 'swagga'

Mayor, push for the jobs


Boston Globe

Severin suspended for comments about Mexican immigrants

For children, an urban lifeline

End the cocaine disparity


San Francisco Chronicle

Senate defeats anti-foreclosure proposal


Los Angeles Times

White House adjusts Biden's swine flu advice

Jay Bybee silent on interrogation memos


 
 

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