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Today in Black America - Feb. 6

POSTED: February 06, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Bipartisan Push to Trim Size of Stimulus Plan

As Layoffs Surge, Women May Pass Men in Job Force

Trying to Help Financially Troubled Homeowners

On the Edge


Washington Post

Wanted: Personal Economics Trainers. Appy at Capitol.

Faith-Based Office to Expand Its Reach

For Obama, a Trusted Voice Who Knows the Terrain

Pr. George’s Jail Inmates Disable Locks, Attack Guards


Baltimore Sun

Deportation proceedings begin against Goucher teacher from Rwanda

Ben Carson, Cuba Gooding, Jr. talk about ‘Gifted Hands’


The Christian Science Monitor

Affordable housing hits a wall in time of rising need

Obama’s bind over aid to banks

How a profiteer works one of the world’s worst economies


Detroit Free Press

Watchdogs: Wall Street got extra $78 billion in bailout

Ginsburg’s illness raises speculation on Obama court appointment

Cockrell runs Detroit with no-frills approach


Atlanta Journal Constitution

Franklin: Stimulus may mean 40,000 jobs for Atlanta


Chicago Tribune

William Ayers calls push for his firing ‘frivolous’

Obama asks Democrats to reject political gamesmanship and quickly pass huge stimulus plan


Philadelphia Inquirer

Survey shows Nutter retains support

New jobless claims highest since 1982


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