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Today in Black America - March 3

POSTED: March 03, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

U.S. Likely to Keep the Reins on Fannie and Freddie

Prison Spending Outpaces All but Medicaid

Trade Representative Pick to Pay Back Taxes

Wars, Endless Wars

Will Africa Let Sudan Off the Hook?


Washington Post

Bending the Trajectory Left

Many Hires Needed for Budget Goals

Rhee Says Consultant’s Report Shows Pay Plan is Sustainable

History Roars Back


Chicago Tribune

Barack Obama's push: Make Rush Limbaugh appear to be the face of the GOP


The Christian Science Monitor

Undaunted by the economy, Obama presses ahead on health care reform

A year when savings trump investing

US Muslims: young, diverse, thriving


Baltimore Sun

In tough times, more in their 20s are losing their jobs

Twin assassinations leave African nation Guinea-Bissau in turmoil


Los Angeles Times

L.A. election to decide mayor, council races

Muslim American prosperity is tinged with alienation, survey finds


Detroit Free Press

A free test transformed Southfield man's life

Report: Michigan neighborhoods shortchanged in crime fight


USA Today

CEO leaving troubled mortgage giant Freddie Mac after 6 months

Toyota talking to Japan about $2B loan, reports say

Flu viruses growing resistant to key weapon Tamiflu


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