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Today in Black America - March 16

POSTED: March 16, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

A.I.G. Lists Firms It Paid With Taxpayer Money

From Ranks of Jobless, a Flood of Volunteers

Economic Advisers Warn of No Quick Turnaround


The Washington Post

Obama Enlists Campaign Army in Budget Fight

It Keeps Coming Down To the Man in the Middle

Breaking the Gridlock on Paying for Roads

HIV/AIDS Rate in D.C. Hits 3%


The Christian Science Monitor

Despite Steele’s rough start, many in GOP optimistic

Job losses hit black men hardest

Obama budget: restoring income equality in the US?

School vouchers leave too many children behind


Los Angeles Times

In outline, bank rescue plan calls for public-private partnership

Red Cross report called U.S. practices ‘torture’

Bernanke says recession ‘probably’ will end this year


Detroit Free Press

Rosa Parks’ past up for bid

Moderate Democrats in Congress win clout

Freed Beatty says, ‘I’m ready to go home’

Dream of a regional rail-transit system is nearing reality


Baltimore Sun

Michael Steele’s job remains secure, GOP officials say

Maryland feeling economic fallout

Homeowners turn to roommates


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