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Today in Black America - May 19

POSTED: May 19, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Credit Card Industry Aims to Profit From Sterling Payers

Efforts to Repay Bailouts May Undercut Benefit for Taxpayers

Advocacy Groups Seek Disbarment of Ex-Bush Administration Lawyers

In New York, Mrs. Obama Praises Arts as Vital to U.S.

Not Enough on Guns

War’s Psychic Toll

The Washington Post

U.S. to Expand Immigration Checks to All Local Jails

Amid Queries, CIA Worries About Future

Palestinians Discouraged by Meeting's Outcome

Memorial Service Boycott Underscores Fragility of Kenya's Peace

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama to launch landmark auto emissions standards

Court ruling could protect top Bush officials from terror lawsuits

NRA: The new face of the American right?

The Detroit Free Press

Suburbs critical of Detroit get a taste of what really drained city

GM, UAW restructuring deal may be soon

The Los Angeles Times

Labor unions find themselves card-checkmated

L.A. City Council OKs job cuts and unpaid leave

What is 'cap and trade'?

Chicago Tribune

Chicago police beating case: Inmate testifies police under Jon Burge beat him into confessing to murder

University of Chicago to shutter women's clinic

Chicago police measure morale with survey

Baltimore Sun

In Baltimore, expulsions are forever

Low-cost health program lagging

Making Howard healthy

Arundel hones suburban strategy on HIV/AIDS


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