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Prolific Negro League baseball home run king Josh Gibson, who never got the opportunity to play in Major League baseball, is born in 1911.

Today in Black America - February 5

POSTED: February 05, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Lobbying Imperils Overhaul of Student Loans

Illinois Court Overturns Malpractice Statute


Mayoral Primary Gives New Orleans Another Contest This Weekend

Haiti Charges Americans With Child Abduction

Haitian Quake Brings More Money and Scrutiny to a Charity

Democrats Sketch Outline of Jobs Plan


Vindication Now Arrives After a Battle of 28 Years

Fiscal Scare Tactics


Baltimore Sun

Rawlings-Blake sworn in as mayor

An education in politics

Dixon sentenced on charges of perjury, embezzlement

You missed your chance to explain, Citizen Dixon


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Anti-abortion group targets black women with billboards


The Christian Science Monitor

Homegrown terrorism a growing concern for US intelligence

Senate Democrats: we will move fast on job creation

Haiti ambassador: 'compassion' for American missionaries charged with kidnapping

'Tea party' movement: Who are they and what do they want?


Chicago Tribune

Students celebrate African-American heritage



Detroit Free Press


Prosecutors use Conyers' tales to paint Riddle guilty

Eatery says Conyers fled bill; Riddle doesn't testify

Riddle gets off tether but can't be with Waters

Beatty to take new job in Atlanta


The Washington Post

New senator Scott Brown sure gets down to Republican business

Obama, at National Prayer Breakfast, calls for civil political debate

Televangelist denies 'quid pro quo' with ex-Liberian president

Congressmen seek accounting of AIDS fraud complaints

In Haiti, U.S. has chance to improve image in Latin America

The myth of Washington bipartisanship and the art of true compromise



Star-Ledger

Newark group's HIV awareness campaign includes text messages, Facebook

Black History Month: Newark project honors influential city educator James Baxter

First new hotel in Newark's downtown in 38 years will be built next to Prudential Center


Los Angeles Times

Charter schools' growth promoting segregation, studies say

L.A. mayor orders 1,000 jobs eliminated

New data indicate California will keep its congressional clout

Workers struggle to save Haiti history buried in rubble of tax office





 
 
 
 

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