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Edward W. Brooke, III, the first Black to serve in the U.S. Senate in the 20th century, is born in 1919 in Washington, D.C.

Today in Black America - Feb. 19

POSTED: February 19, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

$275 Billion Plan Seeks to Address Crisis in Housing

Kansas Governor Seen as Top Choice in Health Post

Economy Hits Hard on Black Campuses

So What Tipped You Off?

The Washington Post

Clouds Gather Over Roland Burris

Fed Leaders Issue Bleak Forecast

A Powder Keg: Debt and Unemployment

UDC Board Approves Major Hike in Tuition

The Christian Science Monitor

Who’s to blame for automakers’ woes?

Obama mortgage aid targets responsible homeowners

Detroit Free Press

Democrats self-destructing over ethics

GM’s bondholders skeptical

Young has his father’s name, but runs as his own man

Students to Granholm: Obama’s election no cure-all

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Holder: US a nation of cowards on racial matters

Federal stimulus plan has $60M for MARTA

Baltimore Sun

Advocacy groups rally for more city school funding

Pollster in City Hall corruption case identified

Boston Globe

Cities welcome stimulus funds, but still wary

Andria Hall, 51; left career in TV news to follow faith

Some GOP governors may reject stimulus aid

Chicago Tribune

U.S. Sen. Roland Burris is on thin ice with Illinois colleague Sen. Dick Durbin

Roland Burris: ‘Stop the rush to judgment’

Real of Fake Roland, nobody believes him

Los Angeles Times

California Senate prepares to vote on plan to end fiscal crisis

Senate not likely to oust Sen. Roland Burris anytime soon

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