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Today in Black America - January 15

POSTED: January 15, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

In Power Push, Movement Sees Base in G.O.P.

Labor Panel Is Stalled by Dispute on Nominee

Black Schools Restored as Landmarks

Blacks Try to Retain Power as Board Race Splits Community

Accord Reached on Insurance Tax for Costly Plans

Cuomo’s War Chest Is Five Times as Big as Paterson’s

For These 3, the Audacity of Nope

Ex-Anchor Jailed in Assault of Wife

Baltimore Sun

O'Malley raised $4.78 million in campaign donations in '09

'Doomsday scenario' would mean laying off 125 city firefighters next fiscal year

Mayoral transition team to assist incoming mayor

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Robinson, Payton, Rice to be among first black college hall of famers

U.S. Rep. Johnson to announce third term

Perdue honors MLK in capitol ceremony

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama rallies worried Democrats on healthcare reform

Nigeria president still out: VP Goodluck Jonathan takes over

Detroit Free Press

Lawyer: Text deals were news to me

Pugh hires his father's former wife

Former councilwoman can take a bow

The Washington Post

FCC looks at ways to assert authority over Web access

High court's broadcast ruling under microscope

Gilbert Arenas charged with felony gun possession; Wizards guard reaches plea agreement

Del. Levi set to file as candidate for Prince George's County Exec

Events in D.C. region will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.

Target of unrelenting criticism, top Metro executive quits

Los Angeles Times

L.A. gets $100-million U.S. stimulus grant for housing

Chicago Tribune

Regional schools superintendent Charles Flowers charged with stealing $376,000 in public funds from bankrupt agency

New law restricts early-release programs for prisoners


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