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Today in Black America - April 16

POSTED: April 16, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Profit Down, but JPMorgan Tops Forecasts

Obama Takes Aim at Finances of Three Mexican Drug Cartels

American Soldier Is Found Guilty in Iraqi Killings

The Battle Over Student Lending

The Washington Post

Obama Is Just Not Their Cup of Tea

Napolitano Defends Report on Extremism

Renewable Energy's Environmental Paradox

Fenty's Plan to Close Agency Is Decried

A Policy Cocktail for Fighting HIV

Baltimore Sun

City’s head of special education arrested on drug charges

$40 million found in forgotten city account

Detroit Free Press

Fiat: Is it savior or shark for Chrysler?

Detroit mayoral candidates spar over budget

U.S. foreclosures up 24% in 1st quarter

Boston Globe

Drought imperils Iraq's 'Garden of Eden' marshes, an ancient culture

Front page blues

Chicago Tribune

Nation's high schools are rife with hazing, Maine researchers find

Major mall operator here files for bankruptcy

Philadelphia Inquirer

N.J. changes rules for young drivers

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama's plan to 'tax the rich': About time, or a big mistake?

Tax Day, 2009: The day the mainstream media died?

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