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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 - March 2

POSTED: March 02, 2012, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Seeks to End Subsidies for Oil and Gas Companies

Romney Reopens Whatever-It-Takes Playbook


Gingrich Narrows Focus to Georgia for Super Tuesday

A Conservative Leader Was Less So in Congress

Andrew Breitbart, Conservative Blogger, Dies at 43

3 Ex-Nassau County Officers Accused of Failing to Arrest Police Fund-Raiser’s Son


The Christian Science Monitor

Why an apology on Afghan Quran burning matters

Lack of enthusiasm? It's the Democrats who have a problem.

Car sales surge in February at a pace not seen since early 2008

South African ruling party expels Malema, but what's next?



The Star Ledger

Newark Mayor Cory Booker comes out swinging at contentious State of the City address

Protesters against Cory Booker's State of the City address storm police barricade

Jersey City police chief offers plan to make residents feel safer amid crime concerns

Gov. Christie says he provided Senate all requested information on N.J. Supreme Court nominees

Newark to open first all-boys public school

Owner of funeral home that handled Whitney Houston's service denies selling leaked photo of late singer



The Detroit Free Press

Corrupt officials' time is up, Detroit FBI chief says

Former Detroit Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick's monthly restitution payment raised to higher than his cable bill


State tries to ensure money is used to help poor people in Detroit


State House passes bill to keep grad students from unionizing

Family offers $10,000 reward to help find 2 abducted Hamtramck women



The Washington Post

Santorum heads to Newt Gingrich’s turf in attempt to outflank rivals

Senate shoots down ‘Blunt amendment’ on coverage for birth control

Olympia Snowe explains why she’s decided to leave the Senate


Ad in Clarendon Metro station raises eyebrows

Ethics reforms to take center stage in Md.



The Atlanta Journal Constitution

GOP rivals make push in Georgia

Atlanta leaders hope the sewer tax endures

APS teachers want hearing


The Chicago Tribune

Illinois House says Quinn revenue projections too optimistic

Relevance of Illinois primary could hinge on Super Tuesday


Bill Clinton, Emanuel announce infrastructure program


Stabbing death of teen at school 'is a bad dream'



The Los Angeles Times

Compton plans ballot measure on switching to voting by district

Brown steps up efforts to squelch competing tax hike proposals


Occupy protests bring small yet intense crowds to state campuses



USA Today

Judge in racist Obama e-mail requests review

Arizona sheriff unveils Obama birth probe


Parents await answers on D.C. schools cheating case


The Cleveland Plain Dealer

Chardon High School students return to their building

Frank Hall, Chardon coach who chased shooter, offers prayers for victims' families

Cleveland councilman could face recall election






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