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Today in Black America - June 2

POSTED: June 02, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Ronald Takaki, a Scholar on Ethnicity, Dies at 70

Minnesota Justices Are Skeptical in Senate Case

Senators Set to Visit White House to Discuss Health Care Overhaul

Coping With Police Shooting, and Working to Avoid a Repeat

The Latest Stray Words of an Off-the-Cuff Mayor

The Howls of a Fading Species

Communities, Innovation and Washington

The Washington Post

U.S. Bets Billions on GM's Resurgence

Markets Soar on Hopes for Recovery

Va. Plant's Closing Brings Little Surprise, Lots of Pain

Romney Condemns Obama's 'Tour of Apology'

Obama Says U.S. Must Be More 'Honest' With Israel

S. Africa's 'Breakthrough' Succession Case

Amid Criticism, D.C. Plans Big Effort to Spread Word on AIDS

Barry Seeks To Shorten Teens' Jobs To 6 Weeks

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama's socialized bankruptcy for GM

For ‘leaner GM,’ which workers are the fat?

Concerns mount that suspect in abortion-doctor shooting had extremist ties

Detroit Free Press

GM wins access to $15B in financing

Ripple effects of bankruptcies hit Ford

GM cutting 3,000 white-collar jobs

Bing: RenCen incentives in flux

Jury: Ex-CEO Conaway misled investors about Kmart finances

Baltimore Sun

Bealefeld seeks to reassure that downtown area safe

Md. signs education standards initiative

High blood pressure often missed in kids

Boston Globe

Long climb and fast fall for Harvard student

Ordered deported, but kept in jail

GOP race mongering on Sotomayor

Los Angeles Times

Obama will try to form a personal connection in Middle East

Latina lawyer learned law at Harvard, gains wisdom in Compton

California lawmakers hear pleas not to further slash education



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