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Today in Black America - Jan. 16

POSTED: January 16, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

All 155 Escape Jet’s Plunge Into Hudson

Senate Releases Second portion of Bailout Fund

Signs of trouble emerge in Transition’s Last Days

Inauguration Is Inspiring Classrooms Nationwide

The Fourth Amendment Diluted

Washington Post

Obama Pledges Entitlement Reform

Waterboarding is Torture, Holder Tells Senators

Judge Orders White House To Preserve Its E-Mail

D.C. Vote Might Fall Low on Obama’s Agenda

Los Angeles Times

Children’s clothing makers in a frenzy over lead testing

‘Green’ energy plan in Obama stimulus may be losing steam

Hundreds wait for chance at affordable housing in Los Angeles

The Christian Science Monitor

Knox Elementary goes to Washington for the inauguration

Confirmation hearings foreshadow future flashpoints between Obama, Congress

Scramble for solutions as Foreclosures rise at record speed

New worries about meth trends

Chicago Tribune

White firefighters’ race case headed to U.S. Supreme Court

Detroit Free Press

Obamas move into Blair House

Amid debt, Detroit schools to return unspent $16 million

Controversy follows Kilpatrick friend Ferguson

Baltimore Sun

Preparing for Obama’s visit to Baltimore

For Obama event, city plans traffic, parking changes

City employee pleads guilty to stealing gift cards

San Francisco Chronicle

Oakland to fire 11 cops in search warrant case

Expecting more protests, Oakland to hire guards

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