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Today in Black America - January 26

POSTED: January 26, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Seeks Freeze on Many Domestic Programs

After 34 Years, a Plainspoken Justice Gets Louder

Fresh Off a Massachusetts Victory, G.O.P. Aims at Illinois

Families Struggle to Afford Food, Survey Finds

Southern Christian Leadership Conference Picketed by Members

Large High Schools in the City Are Taking Hard Falls

Obama’s Credibility Gap

The Christian Science Monitor

Can Obama get his mojo back?

Obama's challenge: reversing a decade of middle-class decline

Seven years after the fall of Baghdad, Chemical Ali is executed

GM vows to repay $6.7 billion in bailout money by June

Baltimore Sun

Governor lays out legislative wish list

Mathias dead at 87

Alonso plan would give Baltimore middle-school students school choice

The Washington Post

Obama proposes economic help for middle class

Obama can't create change with words alone

Rise in teenage pregnancy rate spurs new debate on arresting it

Pr. George's leader wants to curb county's fast-food eateries

In Obama's decision-making, a wide range of influences

NAACP seeks dept. probe for bias against black police officers

Rhee silent on details of abuse claims against ex-teachers


Detroit Free Press

Bobb making sure DPS teachers get to teach

Jurors in bribery case get to hear Riddle's take on Conyers

CNN blog: Help Detroit before Haiti

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Feds: Atlanta needs to pick up pace on foreclosure program

Little-known fact: Obama has CUT taxes

Chicago Tribune

Doubts cast on whether '04 Chicago police shooting of girl, suspect was justified

Chicago Public Schools adds to woes of youths in custody or suspended

Los Angeles Times

California launches plan to cut prison population

Mayor Roosevelt Dorn of Inglewood pleads guilty to corruption


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