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Today in Black America - Feb. 11

POSTED: February 11, 2009, 12:00 am

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The New York Times

Maine Senators Break With Republican Party on Stimulus

Bailout Plan: $2.5 Trillion and a Strong U.S. Hand

Washington Post

States Counting on Stimulus Aid to Balance Budgets

500 TV Stations Still Plan to Make Digital Switch Next Week

Justice Closes Pr. George’s Police Review

Md., Va. Aim Bills At Young Drivers

Baltimore Sun

Thousands more job cuts set by GM, Wal-Mart, Nike

Baltimore board gives parents input on schools

Detroit Free Press

Cockrell: Corruption must end in Detroit

Can any mayor save Detroit?

Insults escalated in spat between Conyers, Kenyatta

Detroit mayoral candidate Evans looks for a way to make more of an impact

Los Angeles Times

For Obama campaign advisors, there’s no sure thing

Chicago Tribune

Illinois voters question their future with Roland Burris poll finds

Obama: Plan fails, then a ‘new president’

Obama’s hard-learned lessons in leadership

The Christian Science Monitor

To sell stimulus plan, Obama steps up to presidential bully pulpit

Food prices ease, but thriftier shopping habits remain

Seattle Times

Obama taps Seattle police chief for administration job

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