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Today in Black America - Feb. 5

POSTED: February 05, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Senate Advances Tax Break for Homebuyers

Nominee Slip Hurts Health Care Drive

Blacks Less Likely to Take A.P. Exam

Foreign Firms Lining Up for Piece of Stimulus

Washington Post

Holder Seen as a Chance To Fight Racial Wrongs

The Action Americans Need

A Cabinet Loss and Gain

Deluge is Holding Up Benefits to Unemployed

The Christian Science Monitor

In stimulus bill, US funds for schools double

Economic stimulus plans now global phenomenon

Got gold? Why TV ad men want yours

Baltimore Sun

Bill would speed action against fronts for drug dealing in Baltimore

3 shootings raise Baltimore homicide toll to 26

Detroit Free Press

Auto execs could face pay cut under new rules

Labor steps up pressure on Congress for union bill

Kenya food crisis looms; more crops fail in drought

Chicago Tribune

White House panel will guide faith-based programs

Burdened with regret for beating civil rights leader 48 years ago, man asks for forgiveness

Can the GOP attract more people of color with a black RNC chairman?

Los Angeles Times

Wall Street finds ways around executive pay caps

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Man who beat civil rights leader asks forgiveness

Lewis: Preserve restaurant that refused to serve blacks

USA Today

Executive pay cut may have unintended consequences

Stimulus package earmarks $4B for law enforcement

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