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Today in Black America - March 2

POSTED: March 02, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

A Line Forms to Succeed Burris

Obama Pick Gets a 2nd Chance on Health Care

Behind the Open Door, an Exercise in Politics

In Obama, Labor Finds the Support It Expected


Washington Post

On Economy, Two United Voices Steer Obama Agenda

Under Weight of Its Mistakes, Newspaper Industry Staggers

The Re-Redistributor

AIG Said To Receive Access to More Cash


Baltimore Sun

Indoor air can be risk for kids with asthma


The Christian Science Monitor

Is US response to financial crisis strong enough?

Obama faces larger problems than Social Security shortfalls

Instant tax ‘refunds’ come under fire


Detroit Free Press

‘Water mains are a ticking time bomb'

Biggest obstacle for Obama: Congress


Los Angeles Times

L.A. judge shares her unusual story

Kenneth Otto Garner dies at 53; LAPD deputy chief improved minority relations, helped diversify police department


Chicago Tribune

Sen. Dick Durbin addresses racial issues in seating of Sen. Roland Burris

A renewed pledge in the fight


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