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Today in Black America - January 22

POSTED: January 22, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

A New Search for Consensus on Health Care Bill

Justices, 5-4, Reject Corporate Spending Limit

Lobbyists Get Potent Weapon in Campaign Finance Ruling

Conference of Mayors Stresses Need for New Round of Stimulus Money

Census Figures Challenge Views of Race and Ethnicity

Air America, the Talk Radio Network, Will Go Off the Air

Edwards Admits He Fathered Girl With Mistress

City’s Jobless Rate Rises to 10.6%, Exceeding Nation

The Party of Nope

The Christian Science Monitor

With Scott Brown's election, healthcare ball in Pelosi's court

Obama moves to cut big banks down to size

France arrests doctor accused in Rwanda genocide

Baltimore Sun

Superintendent's reform plan for Md. schools opposed

City prosecutors drop charges against community leader

Rawlings-Blake joins U.S. mayors for conference at White House

Rawlings-Blake urged to support Young to succeed her

30,000 more poor students in lunch program

Detroit Free Press

Bobb promises new academic plan for Detroit schools

Testimony wraps up in a misconduct case

Chicago Tribune

Suspensions urged for 2 Daley aides who probed harassment case

Hynes uses Harold Washington's words against Quinn

U. of I. to increase tuition at least 9 percent

The Washington Post

Obama's 'Volcker Rule' shifts power away from Geithner

High court shows it might be willing to act boldly

Citizens United used 'Hillary: The Movie' to take on McCain-Feingold

Assessing Obama's promises of jobs in a hub of manufacturing

Justice task force recommends about 50 Guantanamo detainees be held indefinitely

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Reed, other mayors tell Obama: Stimulus isn't working for cities

White House scraps method of counting stimulus jobs, won't keep running tally

Los Angeles Times

Villaraigosa plans to keep hiring cops while cutting civilian jobs

L.A. County sheriff's investigators look into drug smuggling allegations against deputies

At home or in school, California students face harder times, survey finds


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