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Today in Black America - Jan. 6

POSTED: January 06, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Early Hurdle in Senate Confronts Illinois Pick

Obama Seeks Wide Support in Congress for Stimulus

New York Housing Plan is Delayed


Washington Post

Obama Pitches Stimulus Plan

Richardson, Obama Teams Trade Blame

Optimistic Push for D.C. Vote in House


Los Angeles Times

Obama’s election is changing the politics of race

No hiding the disappointment about Richardson

Griffin Bell dies at 90: former attorney general and federal judge was at center of racial disputes


The Christian Science Monitor

Credit crunch shows little sign of easing

History as Obama’s imperfect guide


Baltimore Sun

‘Stop snitching’ figure charged with gun offense

Oliver indicted on felony theft charges

RNC seeks reform to stay competitive


Chicago Tribune

Senate showdown, subpoena

Obama aims for quick economic stimulus, bipartisan support

Recession proof your job


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Fayette schools to teachers: Please donate your raises


Boston Globe

Patrick intensifies state’s push to curb soaring health premiums

Homeless families rise 22% in a year


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