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Today in Black America - Dec. 4

POSTED: December 04, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

A Show of Support, or Influence

A Rush into Refinancing as Mortgage Rates Fall

The Christian Science Monitor

Frustration high in Zimbabwe’s Army, a Mugabe power base

Michigan’s survival plan: Find new industries – fast

The Baltimore Sun

O’Malley drafts furlough plan

Cabinet gets more diverse

Washington Post

Treasury Weighs Action on Mortgage Rates

Bill Gates Urges Obama to Increase Spending

Detroit Free Press

Saturn may be the latest casualty of GM’s cost-cutting strategy

Do the struggles of gay and black people compare?

Small Alabama county honors Obama with holiday

Los Angeles Times

An inauguration for the less fortunate

Split in Episcopal Church hits new level

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Economic times turn desperate for some metro Atlantans

Obama will dedicate MLK memorial, civil rights pioneers told

Boston Globe

Turner acts in self-defense

Lawmakers urge Obama to keep diversity vow

San Francisco Chronicle

Obama, Congress craft green-economy jobs plan

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