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Today in Black America - January 28

POSTED: January 28, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Calls Jobs ‘Number One Focus’

Trying to Prove He’s the Same Old Obama

Activism Links Landrieu Suspects

Louisiana Wins Fight for Hospital

G.O.P. Chief Opposes Ideology Tests for Candidates

Mayor Says Teachers Must Take Smaller Raise in Next Contract or 2,500 Jobs Will Be Cut

A Responsible Man

The Christian Science Monitor

In State of the Union, Obama finally clocks in for job creation

Envisioning a new Haiti

Public housing for the poor: Mend it, don't end it

Baltimore Sun

Marine found way in foster family, death near home

A behind-the-scenes push for Cole

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Reed: Atlanta must do better getting federal funds

Borders and Reed. A beautiful friendship or political payback?

Detroit Free Press

Strip club reps testify they were concerned about Riddle's bribe talk

Hung jury in Detroit boy’s murder trial

Cops: Burglar begged home owner for his life

The Washington Post

First State of the Union speech by President Obama: 'We face a deficit of trust'

In State of the Union, Obama takes on partisan dysfunction of Washington

Virginia Gov. McDonnell gives Republican Party response to State of the Union

ACORN foe tweeted about planned sting of Sen. Landrieu's office

Wizards' Gilbert Arenas, Javaris Crittenton suspended for remainder of season

Obama shows he's a conciliator--and also willing to fight

Chicago Tribune

Daley claims strides in cleaning up hiring, but critics voice doubts

How companies became 'persons'

Los Angeles Times

Plan to cut L.A. jobs could hurt neighborhood councils and art programs, report shows

13 California hospitals fined for medical errors

Conservatives distance themselves from arrested activist


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