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Today in Black America - Jan. 28

POSTED: January 28, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Stimulus Plan Would Provide Flood of Aid to Education

Relief Seen for Jobless and States in Health Care Plan

An Unusual Appearance at the Big Clock


Washington Post

Democrats Among Stimulus Skeptics

Republicans Urged To Back Relief Package

Representation for D.C.


Baltimore Sun

Maryland unemployment rate hits 15-year high

Baltimore offers $320,000 to keep Senator open as a nonprofit

Dixon raises $195,254 for campaign fund


Detroit Free Press

Mayoral candidates tout their fixes for Detroit

Names emerge in Synagro allegations

Money woes raise fears of unpaid utility bills

Nation’s infrastructure earns ‘D’ grade


The Christian Science Monitor

Will stimulus work fast enough?

Capitol Hill watchdogs are baring their teeth

Is Michelle Rhee the new face of education reform?


Los Angeles Times

California home foreclosures top 236,000 in 2008

California health insurers discriminate against women, lawsuit contends

Cornyn’s outrageous confirmation demand


Chicago Tribune

FBI plays wiretaps of Rod Blagojevich at state Senate impeachment trial

Do blacks and Hispanics support Blagojevich more than whites?

Barack Obama's, Rod Blagojevich's neighborhoods reflect opposite attitudes


Hartford Courant

Hartford Mayor Arrested On Bribery Charges

Perez’s Arrest Spurs Political Power Play


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