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Today in Black America - Jan. 27

POSTED: January 27, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

F.D.R.’s Example Offers Obama Cautionary Lessons


Senate Confirms Geithner for Treasury

Paterson Seeks Distance From Senate Damage, but Hedges


Washington Post

Layoffs Cut Deep into Economy


Rove Ordered to Testify To Congress on Firings


Stimulus Bill Sends Thrill Through Region



Chicago Tribune

Governor on tour as trial starts


Impeachment trial observers wonder: Why isn’t Rod Blagojevich here?

Obama ramps up bipartisan efforts


The Christian Science Monitor

As property crimes increase, more neighbors are on patrol


In boost for workers, high court affirms shield from employer retaliation

Rwanda-Congo move isolates UN Mission


Los Angeles Times

Home Depot, Caterpillar, Texas Instruments, and others slash jobs


Digital TV transition closer to four-month delay after Senate vote



Detroit Free Press

Detroit 3 could get more aid

GM to slash 2,000 more jobs

Bailout bank’s new jet angers Levin

Synagro exec exposes bribes; plea details point to Kilpatrick


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