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Today in Black America - Jan. 26

POSTED: January 26, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Melding Obama’s Web to a YouTube Presidency

Nationalization Gets a New, Serious Look

City May Get $3.4 Billion From Federal Stimulus Bill

Washington Post

Banks May Need More, Biden Says

First Lady Assails Use of Daughters’ Images for Dolls

Inaugural Missteps and Miscalculations

Ready-for-Disaster Republicans

Los Angeles Times

Republicans step up criticism of Obama

Obama’s nominee for regulatory czar faces scrutiny

Biden expects more U.S. casualties in Afghanistan

Baltimore Sun

Steele has a shot at the GOP chairmanship in a cozy little contest

Don’t share bed with infant, parents told

Detroit Free Press

Debate over labor bill renewed

Report: Michigan slides in health insurance coverage

Empty desks stun heartbroken Gaza teachers, children

The Christian Science Monitor

States to win big in stimulus sweepstakes

Economic downturn frays America’s safety net

Grandparents answer a call

Rwanda arrests Congo rebel leader Nkunda

Chicago Tribune

Senate trial looms, Blagojevich unbowed

Is black the ‘new black’?

Economy leads to early departure for 500 American pilots

Philadelphia Inquirer

15 houses destroyed in Coatesville arson

Cuts at libraries mean Philadelphia students could have nothing

Insider information could help authorities target drug kingpins

Boston Globe

Vigil unites Brockton after hate-filled spree

Fight building over mortgages

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