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Congressman Mickey Leland, a fierce advocate for the poor, was born in 1944 in Lubbock, Texas.

Today in Black America - January 25

POSTED: January 25, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Court Ruling Invites a Boom in Political Ads

G.O.P. Seeks to Widen Field of Play in Fall Elections

Obama to Offer Aid for Families in State of the Union Address

Independent Group to Look at Ways to Reduce Debt

After 10 Years, Federal Money for Technology in Education

McCain Nudges Obama Toward His Party’s Health Plans

Making Sense of the New Political Anger


Huge Housing Complex in N.Y. Returned to Creditors

Still Preparing, Cuomo Courts Black Support

An Unofficial Candidate, on the Trail

Italy’s African Heroes

They Still Don’t Get It


The Christian Science Monitor

Bin Laden claims Christmas day attack in new tape


Unify the new American ‘tea party’? Good luck with that.

Mississippi Delta earthquake: America's Haiti waiting to happen?


Baltimore Sun

Rawlings-Blake looks to build upon Baltimore's strengths


Maryland hispanic population booms since 2000

Exhibit on Lincoln and emancipation opens at Towson library


Detroit Free Press


Will own words be Riddle's undoing?

Charges against Sam Riddle

Timeline in Riddle case

More than 2,000 volunteers turn out for DPS Reading Corps kickoff event


Bobb has a deadline for DPS success


Chicago Tribune

LaDonna Redmond pushes obesity battle on Chicago's West Side


Nathaniel McLin, 1954-2010: Radio host promoted African-American artists


Albert W. Johnson, 1920-2010

Can Obama rebound?


Los Angeles Times

Schwarzenegger's budget plan puts unions in the cross-hairs

A remedy for Mississippi's health blues

Healthcare unions await Los Angeles workers' vote results

Impatient voters want changes now


A new take on black history


Washington Post

Stakes are high as government plans exit from mortgage markets

Debate grows in aftermath of quake: Should U.S. let more Haitians immigrate?

To help Haiti's earthquake victims, change U.S. immigration laws

Number of federal union workers rose slightly


Many workers unaware of D.C. sick-leave law passed in 2008

More teens are choosing to wait to get driver's licenses

Donnie Simpson's last WPGC show likely Friday

Supreme Court ruling calls for a populist revolt

 
 
 
 

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