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Today in Black America - August 25

POSTED: August 25, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama to Nominate Bernanke to 2nd Term at Fed

2 Ex-Judges May Be Tried in Sentencing of Juveniles

Calm, but Moved to Be Heard on Health Care

S. Africa Embraces Study Critical of Health Policy

Dinkins Advises Paterson: Stop Calling Your Critics Racist

4 Youth Prisons in New York Used Excessive Force

Giuliani, Seeing Opening, Mulls a Governor Bid

The Ultimate Burden

The Washington Post

GOP Pushes Health 'Bill of Rights

Heritage's House

Swine Flu Could Infect Half of U.S.

What We Need To Know Now

From Bulldozer to Foreclosure

Los Angeles Times

Swine flu could hospitalize 2 million in U.S. this winter

'Lethal levels' of anesthetic propofol killed Michael Jackson

UPDATED: Glenn Beck goes after Color of Change co-founder Van Jones

L.A. Unified's chance for change

Baltimore Sun

Raven's arrest takes on racial overtones

Trial of 3 in former city councilman's killing postponed

Schools start on note of thrift

The Christian Science Monitor

Why GOP sees seniors as crucial to health-reform battle

Review of alleged detainee abuse to have narrow scope

Obama’s vacation spot has strong links to black history

Detroit Free Press

Detroit Schools wins OK to seek $500M bond issue

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Death sought for 3 suspects in boxer's slaying

Atlanta’s mayoral candidates at a forum near you

Chicago Tribune

As promised, Chicago doctor plans to give back to his native Nigeria

They're young, healthy _ and largely absent from Obama's fight to overhaul health care


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