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Chicago Tribune newspaper publisher John Sengstacke was born in Savannah, Georgia in 1912.

Today in Black America - March 19

POSTED: March 19, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

A.I.G. Seeking Return of Half of Its Bonuses

Heart Failure Strikes Blacks More Often and at Younger Ages, Study Finds

On Tour of New York, Paterson Gets an Earful

The Washington Post

Fed to Pump $1.2 Trillion Into Markets

How the Fed Failed to Tell Obama About The Bonuses

Commerce Pick Has Little Trouble At Hearing

Job-Search Centers' Abundant Offering: Time Spent Waiting

Los Angeles Times

In AIG flap, it’s not just about bonuses anymore

Obama upbeat at Southern California town hall

Studies cast doubt on prostate cancer screenings

Baltimore Sun

Dixon proposes layoffs, city services cuts

At Maryland, Morgan, different perspectives on NCAA tournament

Chicago Tribune

Army to end forced extended tours

US births break baby boom record, topping 4.3 million; 40 pct of babies born out-of-wedlock

Detroit Free Press

Parolees -- and Corrections -- need to rethink future

Dingell: Chrysler should rethink bonuses

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Economy hasn’t slowed Georgia’s growth

State unemployment at record 9.3%

Morris Brown faces another water bill deadline

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