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Today in Black America - Dec. 17

POSTED: December 17, 2008, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Two-Parent Families Showing Gains

Obama’s $10 Billion Promise Stirs Hope in Early Education

Obama Team Has Forged Another Link With Clintons

Washington Post

HUD Chief Calls Aid on Mortgages a Failure

New Poll Shows 63% Are Already Hurt by Downturn

Spending Plan Would Cut 900 Jobs, Close Schools

Md., Va. Eye Even Deeper Cutbacks

The Christian Science Monitor

Africans join forces to fight the LRA

Should ground troops hunt pirates in Somalia?

The Baltimore Sun

Fed cuts key interest rate to record low

Statue of Burns planned

Revenue report portends cuts in safety, education

Chicago Tribune

Impeachment panel begins, teeth clenched

Los Angeles Times

How the Fed's shock-and-awe move could affect you

California road, school construction projects could be halted or delayed

The Detroit Free Press

Dealers call for Bush to act quickly on aid for automakers

Free Press unveils historic changes

Star Ledger

UMDNJ board assures community Newark hospital won't close

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