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Today in Black America - March 17

POSTED: March 17, 2009, 6:00 am

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The New York Times

Moderate Is Said to Be Pick for Court

As Stimulus Cash Arrives, States Seek First Spender Status

Stifling an Opportunity

The Washington Post

Rage at AIG Swells As Bonuses Go Out

Small-Business Lending Gets a Boost

City Says HIV Count in Likely Too Low

‘Scary Drug” Makes Comeback

The Christian Science Monitor

Schools wrestle with how to spend stimulus funds

Newspapers’ troubles escalate in recession

Amid 18 percent unemployment, Indiana county finds unity

Los Angeles Times

Obama goes on the offensive

Obama to sit down with Leno on ‘The Tonight Show’

Louisiana shooting puzzles witnesses

California wants to retake control of prison health system

Baltimore Sun

Unions agree to scale back pension plan

Two officers disciplined in race discrimination complaint

Detroit Free Press

Religions driving people away from God

Diabetes raises risk of Alzheimer’s, study says

High-speed Detroit-Lansing rail line envisioned

Chicago Tribune

Irish village embraces link to Barack ‘O’Bama’

Justice Clarence Thomas tells Va. Audience Americans don’t make sacrifices like their parents

Seattle Times

The last deadline: Seattle’s oldest newspaper goes to press for the final time

Pioneers, statehood, fires, wars: It was all in the Seattle P-I

Public support for Obama dips in new poll

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