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Today in Black America - Jan. 23

POSTED: January 23, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Obama Reverses Key Bush Security Policies

Study Sees an Obama Effect as Lifting Black Test-Takers

Nashville Won’t Make English Official Language

It’s Not Their Money


Washington Post

Stimulus Plan Meets More GOP Resistance

Bush’s War on Terror Comes to a Sudden End

So Much To Be Undone

12 Pr. George’s Schools Identified for Closing

Gang Law Gets use in Pr. George’s Death


Los Angeles Times

They came for the inauguration but got stuck in a tunnel

A battle over what happened in Gaza

Microsoft a window into tech sector’s crash

Homicides plunge, hope rises in Compton


Baltimore Sun

State aid to Md. Schools will fall by $69 million

Mayor not talking about legal-fee reimbursement


Chicago Tribune

Obama inauguration a recruiting tool for hate groups

Barack Obama gets his BlackBerry

Gov’s lawyers expect removal from office


Detroit Free Press

Bing open to takeover of Detroit’s Public Schools

New hope for workers found in filmmaking

Ex-smoker-in-chief Obama should back bill giving FDA oversight


The Christian Science Monitor

With Obama, what change for Mideast?

New refinance boomlet may lift economy, a bit

Obama’s era of responsible citizens


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Jailed teen turns life around, goes to college

End furloughs? Find funding, Franklin tells council


New York Daily News

Aide: Gov. Paterson to announce Rep. Kirsten Gillibrand pick to fill Hillary Clinton's Senate seat


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