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Today in Black America - June 30

POSTED: June 30, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Justices Rule for White Firefighters in Bias Case

Constant Fear and Mob Rule in South Africa Slum

Rhode Island Weighs Using Shorter Official Name

Jackson’s Children Go to His Mother

Judge Orders All 62 Senators to Meet at One Time in One Place

The Christian Science Monitor

Firefighter ruling dials up heat on Sotomayor

For Obama, it’s all energy all the time

The Sanford affair: a day-by-day account

Obama approval flying high, but turbulence ahead

Detroit Free Press

Conyers quits in wake of guilty plea

John Conyers not talking about waste-well letter

Bankruptcy may be next for Detroit schools, Bobb says

Detroit legislator, 29, was key to crafting Cobo deal

Los Angeles Times

Vengeance runs rampant among Vancouver's young outlaws

Death row foes now fight the cost of executions

Tributes are pouring in for Jackson

The Washington Post

Despite Majority, Obama to Be Tested

Jubilation in Iraq on Eve of U.S. Pullback

Legally, Jacksons Face Long & Winding Road

Ruling Adds Teeth to State Oversight of Banks

Car Shops Regulated Right Off The Lot


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