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Today in Black America - March 5

POSTED: March 05, 2009, 8:00 am

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The New York Times

Top Bush Aides to Testify in Attorneys’ Firings

Obama Chooses Emergency Manager for FEMA

Albany Takes Step to Repeal ‘70s-Era Drug Laws

Ford Seeks to Eliminate $10.4 Billion of Its Debt

The Crisis at Home and Abroad


The Washington Post

In Health Plan, Industry Sees Good Business

Sudan’s President: Arrest Warrant a Conspiracy

‘I’m in the Business of Ticking People Off’

Stimulus to Help Retool Education, Duncan Says


The Christian Science Monitor

Taking a page from Washington, cities craft their own stimulus

Clinton visit: In a West Bank café, Palestinians ask how much will change

Obama's call for more higher ed

Michelle Obama rocks the bureaucracy with her star quality


Baltimore Sun

Douglass wants Steele apology

Senate OKs limits on use of death penalty

Mayor takes land bank proposal to the public


Detroit Free Press

More secrets may be in Kilpatrick, Beatty texts

Cobo deal’s back on, but fight isn’t over

Will mortgage plan be any help in Michigan?


Chicago Tribune

Scam artists use government stimulus package to lure victims

Whites break new ground by teaching black studies

In tough times jobless turning to alma maters


Atlanta Journal Constitution

GM auditors raise doubts on automakers viability


Los Angeles Times

AIDS researchers turn attention to microbicides

James Flournoy dies at 93; pioneering African American politician


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