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Gus Savage, who served in the House of Representatives representing the 3rd District in Illinois, was born in 1925 in Detroit.

Today in Black America - January 14

POSTED: January 14, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Teddy Pendergrass, Singer, Dies at 59

Justice Dept. Fights Bias in Lending

Obama and Lawmakers Seek Accord on Health Care

Texas Shuts Door on Millions in Education Grants

South Carolina: Governor Censured by State House

Judge Cites Discrimination in N.Y. Fire Dept

Gillibrand Responds to Ford’s Challenge, Calling Him Out of Touch With New York

To Lead Schools, Christie Picks Voucher Advocate


The Washington Post

Obama joins congressional leaders in talks to work out health-care kinks

New FDA deputy to lead food-safety mandate

Gilbert Arenas is in negotiations for a plea deal on gun charges

Virginia's ballot-box disgrace


The Christian Science Monitor

Israel issues second, stronger apology in diplomatic standoff with Turkey

Americans give Obama mixed report card on his first year

Yemen intensifies fight against Al Qaeda

In Yemen, a university tied to 'American Taliban' and underwear bomber


Detroit Free Press

Foreclosures soar despite effort to delay them

Jury picked in Riddle case

Ex-Detroit law chief faces hearing today


Baltimore Sun

O'Malley expects 'moderate' increase in college tuition

Incoming mayor returns to father's stomping grounds


Incoming mayor joins citizens' crime walk

Tough words at King breakfast


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Immigration reformers see parallels in MLK's work


Los Angeles Times

Senate race to unseat Boxer takes unexpected turn

L.A. schools paid $200 million more in salaries than budgeted


UC Berkeley ranks high in survey on enrollment of the poor and minorities



Chicago Tribune

Illinois Gov. Pat Quinn gives State of the State speech


Legislation that would strengthen cemetery rules and regulations is sent to Quinn


Michelle Obama's first year in the White House: First lady has no regrets

 
 
 

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