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E. Frederic Morrow, the first Black to serve in an executive position on a President's staff, was born on this date in 1909 in Hackensack, NJ.

Today in Black America - Feb. 9

POSTED: February 09, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Spending More Than $800 Billion Is the Easy Part

Already Back on the Road, Now to Sell a Stimulus Plan

The Destructive Center


The Washington Post

If Spending Is Swift, Oversight May Suffer

GOP Sees Positives in Negative Stand

Overtures to the Obamas

Cigarettes’ Cost in Dollars and Lives


Los Angeles Times

Obama enters decisive week on economy

$15,000 tax credit won’t help low-income home buyers, experts say

RNC Chief Michael Steele says he’ll cooperate with FBI


The Christian Science Monitor

The emerging stimulus bill: still big

As economic crisis deepens, private foundations step into the breach

More than aid money, Africa needs enterprise


Baltimore Sun

Obama election won’t resolve ‘problems of race,’ historian says

Dixon speech likely to set less ambitious course for Baltimore


Detroit Free Press

GM prepares for job cuts, but no buyouts

Obama’s executive style a mixed bag

IDEA aims to inspire teens in Detroit schools

Cockrel to give State of City address Tuesday


Boston Globe

Battling to save financial souls


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Morehouse cuts part-time teaching staff

Next Atlanta mayor faces big challenges


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