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Gus Savage, who served in the House of Representatives representing the 3rd District in Illinois, was born in 1925 in Detroit.

Today in Black America - January 29

POSTED: January 29, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

His Health Bill Stalled, Obama Juggles an Altered Agenda


Senate, Weakly, Backs New Term for Bernanke

A New Grasp of Complexities in Washington, and of Blame


A Rare Rebuke, in Front of a Nation

Where Clinton Turned Right, Obama Plowed Ahead

Inmates’ Stock Is Rising in Albany District Fight


Real Estate Interests Help Cuomo Gain a Big Edge

Bloomberg Unveils a Grim Budget

The Perot Option


Baltimore Sun

Panel won't reconsider UMUC doctoral program


P.G. lawmaker wants special plates for repeat drunk drivers

Closing arguments in federal trial of 'Stop Snitching' figure



The Christian Science Monitor

Obama to propose $33 billion in tax credits for employers

Community bankers to Obama on TARP: Thanks, but no thanks

Democrats' scramble to beat new deadline: Scott Brown's arrival

After near riots, US Embassy in Haiti asks Haitians to stay away


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Metro Atlanta jobless rate at 10.1 percent

More blood pressure worry: It's linked to dementia


Chicago Tribune

Rep. Monique Davis will return Chicago State statue


The Washington Post

After Obama speech, Democrats confused about path ahead

President cites populist roots as he pushed emphasis on economy

One year after taking office, President Obama offers potent model for the young


At Republican National Committee meeting in Hawaii, Steele covers range of topics

Tea Party convention loses two Republican lawmakers over ethics concerns

Democrats prepare legislation to counter ruling on campaign spending

Ex-convicts in District flock to apply for census jobs


Los Angeles Times

'Proud racist' comment roils Santa Clarita

Kaiser Permanente workers vote to leave SEIU


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


High court's ruling is a blow to campaign finance reform



Detroit Free Press

Prosecutors' memo: FBI gave money to set up Riddle bribe

Kilpatrick suit vs. Stefani ends


Tamara Greene case: City ordered to turn over files




 
 
 
 
 
 

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