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Today in Black America - April 9

POSTED: April 09, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Imagines the Bailout as an Investment Tool

Obama to Push Immigration Bill Despite the Risks

Columbine Plus 10

New Yorkers Often Exposed to Cigarette Smoke, Study Finds

Washington Post

Keeping Africa's Turnaround on Track

Holder Begins Justice Revamp

Treasury Weighs Investment in Life Insurers

Gang Leader Sentenced To 10 Years For Va. Plot

The Christian Science Monitor

Rwandans: a reeducation in how to live together

More rights for shareholders

Students in urban schools get big boost from pioneering tutor program

Los Angeles Times

L.A. starts buying up foreclosed homes with federal aid

No easy road for U.S. auto industry

Chicago Tribune

Rep. Jesse Jackson Jr.: Feds step up inquiry

White House wealth: President Barack Obama's team virtually all Chicago millionaires

Neighbors take to the street: Chicago wasn't patching potholes, so West Sider's became a DIY road crew

Pop Winans dies

Baltimore Sun

Bills to take guns from abusers near passage

Record-setting Morgan State basketball player Marvin Webster dies

Webster is gone, but 'Eraser' lives on

Detroit Free Press

Plan to close 23 schools in Detroit affects 7,500 kids

Proposed Detroit school closures

Kilpatrick paid lawyers $1M from election fund

Diversity sought in economic-stimulus construction jobs

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