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Today in Black America - August 24

POSTED: August 24, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama’s Team Is Lacking Most of Its Top Players

Justice Dept. Report Advises Pursuing C.I.A. Abuse Cases

Senate Democrats Consider Tactic to Push Through Government Health Plan

Could Afghanistan Become Obama’s Vietnam?

Voices of Anxiety

All the President’s Zombies

As Voter Disgust With Albany Rises, So Do Calls for a New Constitution

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama’s partisan reasons for ‘bipartisan’ healthcare

Obama decries healthcare ‘myths’ as Republicans push back

Aid groups warn cholera could return in Zimbabwe

Baltimore Sun

Parts of city designated as National Heritage Area

Ravens rookie charged with assaulting officer

Fein's agent: Arrest the result of profiling

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Specific numbers on gangs sketchy

Drug task force in Gwinnett dissolves over money dispute

Los Angeles Times

Healthcare insurers get upper hand

Rep. Maxine Waters a hard-liner for public healthcare option

Calls to tax junk food gain ground

Detroit Free Press

Detroit bus riders defend their lifeline

Elderly loved ones can become victims

$10B aimed at union retirees

The Washington Post

Flu Strategists See Schools on Front Line

Death Panels Smite Journalism

Millions face shrinking Social Security payments

Urban schools use marketing to woo residents back

Robert Bobb hits streets to coax students back

Brown Water in Greenville

Preserving the Other Past of Pr. George's

37,000 to Start D.C. Public School Year, Well Below Budgeted Figure


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