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Today in Black America - July 6

POSTED: July 06, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Court Ruling Clears Path for G.M. to Restructure

Job Retraining May Fall Short of High Hopes

Obama’s Youth Shaped His Nuclear-Free Vision

Thompson, the Stealth Candidate

Lessons for Failing Schools

The Washington Post

Structuring Sentences

Familiar Players in Health Bill Lobbying

Q and A on the Climate Bill

Wife's Guilty Plea Raises Question of What Conyers Knew

Autoworkers Pick Up Skills But Downshift To Lower Pay

The Charge Against Barry: Stalking His Ex-Girlfriend

Obama's Testing Time

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama's visit to Russia stirs hope for a renewed partnership

Iranians find new ways to keep protests alive

Los Angeles Times

Jackson's estate could be a thriller of a profit machine

LAPD probes Michael Jackson's medical history

TV and Obama: mutual love affair

Detroit Free Press

Detroit judge rises from hardships to spot on the federal bench

Detroit's new top cop says to expect big changes

Enrollment soaring for summer college classes

Atlanta Journal Constitution

McKinney released, returning to United States

McNair death ruled a homicide; possible lover’s quarrel

No reason to fear detainees

Chicago Tribune

Education Secretary Arne Duncan counting on business leaders to help push through school reforms

Face to face with Obama's past


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