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Today in Black America - Jan. 15

POSTED: January 15, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Ex-Officer is Charged in Killing in Oakland

House Votes to Expand Children’s Health Insurance

To Avert Blight, City Will Repair and Resell Vacant Homes

Undermining Justice


Washington Post

Democrats Finishing Up Stimulus Proposal

Obama and Biden Visit Supreme Court

Evidence is Valid, Despite Error

Layoffs Loom for Md. State Employees


The Christian Science Monitor

Lawmakers assert their role in working with Obama

Five ways Bush policies changed world

What does a $1.2 trillion budget deficit look like?


Los Angeles Times

Companies find spreading pain preferable to cutting jobs

Stunned family and neighbors mourn slain child

Mistakes in fingerprint analysis trigger review of nearly 1,000 LAPD cases


Chicago Tribune

Trial overshadows swearing-in

Pressure on Obama daughters to be role models

Attorney general pick Eric Holder's links to Gov. Blagojevich come under scrutiny by GOP


Baltimore Sun

Obama to speak Saturday at Baltimore’s War Memorial Plaza

Dixon defense gets support from city Law Department

Teens can’t look to City Hall for role models

No excuse


Detroit Free Press

They’re going to DC whatever it takes

Poll: Detroit mayor race down to Bing, Cockrel, Hendrix

Texts may shed light on Tamara Greene slaying


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