today in black history

December 16, 2019

Andrew Young, former Member of Congress from Atlanta, is appointed Ambassador to the United Nations by President Jimmy Carter in 1976.

Today in Black America - Jan. 30

POSTED: January 30, 2009, 12:00 am

  • POST
    • Add to Mixx!
  • SEND TO FRIEND
  • Text Size
  • TEXT SIZE
  • CLEARPRINT
  • PDF

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


Related References

NorthStarNews.com on Facebook