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Today in Black America - January 27

POSTED: January 27, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Democrats Put Lower Priority on Health Bill

In Speech, Obama to Admit Missteps in First Year

President Plans Own Panel on Nation’s Debt

After Long Decline, Teenage Pregnancy Rate Rises

4 Arrested in Phone Tampering at Landrieu Office

Gillibrand Lashes Out at Remarks From Ford

Boos and Personal Attacks as City Panel Prepares to Vote on School Closings

Judge Bars Youth Prisons From Routine Shackling

Opposite of Bold

Baltimore Sun

New jobs in electric motor production coming to GM White Marsh

Maryland warned on spending

Legislators act to limit corporate political spending

The Christian Science Monitor

What Wall Street wants from Obama in State of the Union address

After Haiti earthquake, US kids launch their own aid efforts

France moves toward burqa ban amid concern over Muslim integration

The Washington Post

U.S. is unprepared for major bioterrorism attack, commission finds

More than 300 public-records lawsuits filed in Obama's first year

American disapproval of Obama is on the rise

James O'Keefe charged in alleged plot to bug Senator Mary Landrieu's office

Michelle Obama announces more funding for military families in FY 2011 budget

Housing recovery could take a decade, economists warn

It's no time for Democrats to think small

Chicago Tribune

Nursing home sexual violence: 86 Chicago cases since July 2007 — but only 1 arrest

Detroit Free Press

At Riddle trial, calls show Conyers blamed ex-mayor

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

Los Angeles Times

Within South L.A.'s killing zone, a haven from violence

L.A. groups bid to run 30 schools

L.A. officials clear the way for LAPD to hire more DNA analysts


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