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Today in Black America - June 8

POSTED: June 08, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama’s Economic Circle Keeps Tensions Simmering

For Sotomayor and Thomas, Paths Diverge at Race

Obama to Forge a Greater Role on Health Care

Bank Accused of Pushing Mortgage Deals on Blacks

Paterson’s Economic Development Chief Announces Resignation

The Washington Post

Kennedy Details Vision for Health Care

Black Vote Stressed In Home Stretch

New Orleans mayor, wife quarantined in China

Money Stashed in Freezer Is Key in Jefferson Trial

Judge's Votes Show No Single Ideology

Anacostia Hosts First Unifest Since '07 Accident

The Christian Science Monitor

Why the Taliban won't take over Pakistan

Clinton stands firm on Israeli settlements

Reframing the jobs picture

In Mideast and Europe, Obama debuts 'global populism'

The Baltimore Sun

Ex-US Rep. Jefferson to be tried on bribery charges, 4 years after $90K found in freezer

Pretty facades can't hide reality of city's vacant houses

Loyola joins SAT-optional colleges

Official's review of Clay's death in 2005 not made public

Detroit Free Press

For Obama, the hard part is yet to come

Obama team plans more active role on health care

Ethics committee examining Cheeks Kilpatrick's island trip

The real roots of the auto crisis

Cincinnati Enquirer

HIV challenges African-American community

First black female Jewish rabbi ordained

Los Angeles Times

State's budget crisis opens rift between unions and Democrats

Despite strides made, race still shapes town's mayoral election

Private insurance companies push for 'individual mandate'



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