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The National Negro Medical Association, now known as the National Medical Association, was founded in 1895.

Today in Black America - Jan. 13

POSTED: January 13, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Anti-Smoking Advocate is Named to Health Post

Burris Will Take His Seat as a Senator From Illinois

Bus Drivers in Queens are Mourning the Loss of a Colleague Fatally Shot


Washington Post

Obama Picks Julius Genachowski to Head FCC

Obama Seeks Rest of Bailout

When Bush is History

Steep Drop in Crime Reported


Chicago Tribune

Senate lets Burris in

Democrats for Rod

Chicago schools chief Arne Duncan leaves a mostly shining legacy


The Christian Science Monitor

How will history judge Bush?

Bush was hands-on for education, healthcare; hands-off for planet


Baltimore Sun

Evidence, sympathies could vie in Dixon case

Dixon’s apparent sense of entitlement


Detroit Free Press

Metro Detroit families with at-home grandmothers endorse Obama’s plan

A worthy option for the position of surgeon general

Report finds more Michigan kids in poverty


Los Angeles Times

Some businesses think big during the downturn

Democrats drop objections to Roland Burris appointment

Some anti-gang workers tempted into old lifestyle


Boston Globe

New directions for foreign relations

Patrick considers raising gas tax


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