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Today in Black America - February 9

POSTED: February 09, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Immigrants Claim Wal-Mart Fired Them to Provide Jobs for Local Residents

Lawyers Back Creating New Immigration Courts

Bills Stalled, Hospitals Fear Rising Unpaid Care

For Obama, Nuance on Race Invites Questions

Representative John P. Murtha Dies at 77; Ex-Marine Was Iraq War Critic

Survey Raises Questions on Data-Driven Policy


Republicans Have Eyes on House Seats in Northeast in Midterm Races

The Worst of the Pain


Baltimore Sun

Young unanimously elected Baltimore City Council president


Young sworn in as council president

Weary Maryland girds for Round 2


The Christian Science Monitor


New Orleans at the ready to help Haiti rebuild

New Somalia government offensive against Al Shabab

Global recession ends, economists predict recovery in 2010


GOP cool to Obama’s offer to meet on healthcare reform


Detroit Free Press


Riddle awaits verdict in case

Faculty, officials protest testing

A Michigan man, Malcolm X deserves a Michigan monument


Detroit Police board wants truth of Muslim cleric's death


Atlanta Journal Constitution


Former Clayton NAACP treasurer charged with pilfering funds


Marta ‘yellow line' to Doraville angers some in Asian community

GOP runs from a Republican budget



The Washington Post


A year later, where did the hopes for Obama go?

Top House Republicans throw cold water on health-care summit


In Congress, it's decision time on long-term unemployment benefits


State Farm says it first warned safety agency about Toyota accelerators in 2007


Federal Reserve hopes clear exit strategy will boost market confidence

Analysis: Iranian plan will put nation a step closer to having material for bomb



Chicago Tribune

Democrats prepare to pick new lieutenant governor

Daley proposes giving inspector general power to investigate City Council


Illinois plans reforms for processing DNA


My experience in a Chicago school lunchroom


Los Angeles Times

Jackson's physician charged with involuntary manslaughter

Former shot-caller is now spilling gang's secrets

Toyota orders global Prius recall

Obama health summit sets up a showdown

Villaraigosa sets sights on City Council's pet projects funds

California budget crisis' teachable moment


Star-Ledger

Feds ask judge for immediate jail for former N.Y.C. top cop Bernard Kerik


N.J. attorney general nominee Paula Dow is approved by Senate committee

Doctors bid to buy Irvington General


 
 
 
 

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