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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 6

POSTED: January 06, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Puts His Stamp on Strategy for a Leaner Military

A Leaner Pentagon

Obama Testing 2-Tier Strategy Against His G.O.P. Rivals


Romney Facing Risks Left and Right

Students Jeer Santorum on New Hampshire Blitz


Study Says Looks Matter as TV Covers Congress

Big Study Links Good Teachers to Lasting Gain

Massachusetts Health Plan Extended to Immigrants


Report Finds Most Errors at Hospitals Go Unreported



The Christian Science Monitor

Indiana braces for Wisconsin-style showdown over union bill - again


Thirty ideas from people under 30: The Educators


Obama plan to boost teen employment could be an uphill battle

Under new defense strategy, what is biggest threat facing US now?


The Star Ledger

Sen. Menendez blocking federal judge's appointment to powerful court of appeals

Newark City Council issues rebuke for racial slurs


N.J. Senate panel advances Gov. Christie's attorney general nominee

N.J. environmental bill may violate federal law, EPA says

Election results overturned for assemblywoman-elect who did not live in legislative district for 1 year


Teen suicides target of program piloted at Voorhees High School



The Detroit Free Press


Rochelle Riley: Fixing Detroit's crisis means city, state must give 100% effort

Editorial: Bing's optimism won't suffice to stop state takeover

Mayor Dave Bing's Detroit rescue plan fails to win over City Council


Virtual charters lag other public schools' performance, report says

Detroit police to launch pilot program to boost street patrols


Dozens pray for missing mom of 6, other women working in sex industry



The Washington Post

Huntsman gets Boston Globe nod, not Romney


How Michele Bachmann went bust

Cordray lays out agenda for CFPB

TSA and the politics of kinky hair

Activists: Manager would disenfranchise Detroit

Harry Thomas Jr. gives up D.C. Council seat

Charter schools say DCPS funding is unfair


The Atlanta Journal Constitution

Reed signs airport deal

Fayette pastor, woman charged with stealing $30K from church

Atlanta campuses not in merger plan

Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed faces off with critic



The Chicago Tribune

Noted activist faces audits

Chicago libraries now closed on Mondays

South Side pastor comes off roof to preach

Beleaguered DuPage Housing Authority hires new director

CPS kicks off public hearings on proposed closings, consolidations, turnarounds



The Los Angeles Times


Gov. Jerry Brown's new budget plan targets schools

Jerry Brown's budget alarms health advocates



USA Today

FBI's new rape definition to add men as victims

'Super PACs' ramping up efforts for GOP battlegrounds


Runaway Dallas teen mistakenly deported to Colombia


The Cleveland Plain Dealer

East Cleveland mayor ejects council president from his office

Ohio Democratic lawmakers propose new health care marketplace to comply with President Obama's health care law

State finds $5.8 million fiscal crisis in East Cleveland



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