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Today in Black America - Feb. 13

POSTED: February 13, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Global Economic Crisis Poses Top Threat to U.S., Spy Chief Warns

N.A.A.C.P. Calls for Economic Equity

Details of a Trimmer Stimulus Emerge

J.C. Penny Settles Bias Suit at Staten Island Mall

Government’s New Online Cancer Risk Tool Omits Minorities

Washington Post

Subsidies for Loan Workouts Weighed

Wanda Sykes to entertain at correspondents’ dinner

For Insight on Stimulus Battle, Look to the ‘30s

The Christian Science Monitor

Fighting recession has become a new kind of warfare

What stimulus bill can, and can’t do

Detroit Free Press

Kilpatrick runs into obstacles with job

Amid Compuware job cuts, Kilpatrick news gets range of reactions

In rare move, Toyota outlines sweeping cost-cutting plans

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Selig “not dismissing” idea of reinstating Hank Aaron as home run king

Boston Globe

Gregg withdraws as commerce nominee

Gregg withdrawal complicates plans for 2010 Census

Stimulus expectations run high

What the $789 billion stimulus would do for consumers

Los Angeles Times

Nation’s schools would get $106 billion from federal economic stimulus package

Stimulus deal could mean $26 billion for California

States try to puzzle out stimulus dollars

Chicago Tribune

Barack Obama calls on nation to learn from Abraham Lincoln

Government veteran Leon Panetta confirmed by Senate to head CIA

Seattle Times

Microsoft to open own retail stores

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