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Today in Black America - Jan. 30

POSTED: January 30, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Candidate Linked to Obama Parody Song Leaves Race for G.O.P. Chairman

Obama Calls Wall Street Bonuses ‘Shameful’

Obama Signs Equal-pay Legislation

Senate Passes Health Bill for Children

Obama May Seek Republican for Cabinet

Washington Post

Economic Signs Turn From Grim To Worse

6 Finalists Vie to Design Black History Museum

$5.28 Million Asked for Inaugural Transit

Chicago Tribune

Impeached Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich has been removed from office

Expectations high for a new state leader

Governor’s 43 minutes of silence

Los Angeles Times

Keeping track of South Africa’s young democracy

Army sees sharp rise in suicide rate

Baltimore Sun

Towson based Black & Decker cutting 1,200 jobs

Weak retail environment hurts Under Armour fourth-quarter earnings

Detroit Free Press

Ford posts record loss in ’08, says no aid needed

Ford says it will not aid supplier Visteon

The Christian Science Monitor

Obama sets himself a high political bar

House stimulus bill widens healthcare

Obama redefines war on terror

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