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Today in Black America - February 10

POSTED: February 10, 2010, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Storm Batters East, Closing Schools and Halting Flights

Honda Adds 437, 000 Cars to Recall

Safety Agency Scrutinized as Toyota Recall Grows

Long-Term Care Hospitals Face Little Scrutiny

Two Parties Join Together, Then Resume Divided Ways

Childhood Obesity Battle Is Taken Up by First Lady

Councilman Charged With Money Laundering

The Politics of Fear


The Washington Post


Obama meets with Republicans to bridge partisan divide

Obama holds traditional news conference to talk bipartisanship

In poll, Republicans gaining political ground on Obama


Revision to the bible of psychiatry, DSM, could introduce new mental disorders

Long-held inmates sue Virginia parole board for release



The Christian Science Monitor

Suburbs: The new face of America's poor?

Oregon civil rights group offers scholarships to white students

Chicago mayor proposes greater oversight of city council

Obama says sanctions are 'next step' for Iran

Obama optimistic about jobs bill after bipartisan meeting


Atlanta Journal Constitution


In Atlanta, runaway teens live in the shadows

Census outreach to hard-to-count groups ratchets up

Reed: City needs more money for census outreach


Detroit Free Press

How Marcus Garvey Academy rises above

Teen births up in Detroit after declining for years, study says

Jurors in Riddle case sent home


Chicago Tribune

4.3-magnitude earthquake hits near Sycamore

City Council weighs landmark status for Lorraine Hansberry House

Be not afraid of Palin


Los Angeles Times

'Pizza thief' walks the line

L.A. Unified plans to fire more non-tenured teachers than usual

Congress opens probe into Anthem Blue Cross rate increases


Michael Jackson's doctor's case may hinge on his police statement

Villaraigosa sets sights on City Council's pet projects funds

10 people gave $266.6 million to causes and candidates in the last decade


Times-Picayune

Scandal in Aaron Broussard administration produces reform initiatives

Landrieu's election will be felt statewide: John Maginnis

Super Bowl champion Saints set new parade standard






 
 
 
 
 
 

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