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Today in Black America - Dec. 10

POSTED: December 10, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Tuskegee Airmen Invited to Obama Inauguration

Low-Key Comptroller Promises a Vigorous Run for Mayor

Chicago Tribune

Governor Blagojevich, resign

Governor's wife supported his pay-to-play Senate scheme, complaint alleges

Washington Post

Obama Tries to Stay Above the Hometown Fray

Vote on Detroit Bailout Nears

The Christian Science Monitor

A government-run auto industry?

Obama’s moment on human rights

Baltimore Sun

Dixon, other top Baltimore officials get raises

Bond reverses decision on position with NAACP

Speed urged in Morgan State probe

Detroit Free Press

White House, Dems reach loan deal for Detroit automakers

DPS board holds off vote on firing Calloway, lets CFO go

Judge sides with Barrow in IRS case

Boston Globe

Wilkerson, Turner face conspiracy charges

Patrick seeks federal aid for state

Los Angeles Times

California’s Latinos and blacks still lag in university eligibility

Obama says he hopes to help ‘reboot America’s image around the world’

Upgrading from a cardboard box for the homeless

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Preacher charged in theft of $70,000

Don’t waste opportunity to merge black, white colleges

Philadelphia Daily News

A life dangles in the tangle of an off-duty cop’s shot

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