McCain Makes Inroads with Black Voters

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While Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama duke it out for the Democratic presidential nomination, presumptive Republican candidate John McCain is making an appeal to black voters across the country.

Plus, New York City braces for a verdict in the Sean Bell case.

Dissecting the week's news are radio host Cynthia Pryor Hardy and Newsday columnist Sheryl McCarthy.



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