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HUD Chief Alphonso Jackson Announces Resignation
Alphonso R. Jackson (American Secretary of housing and urban development) (Resignation from office, Trials, litigation, etc), United States Dept. of Housing and Urban Development (Officials)
Dallas-Ft. Worth The Hot Place To Live, Atlanta No. 2: Census Report
United States Bureau of the Census, Housing (Southern States), Fort Worth metropolitan area (Tex.) (Population), Southern States (Population, Economic conditions), Dallas metropolitan area (Tex.) (Population), Atlanta metropolitan area (Ga.) (Population)
Affirmative Action Foe Ward Connerly Takes Barbs At Truman State
Ward Connerly (American business consultant and anti-affirmative action activist); 1939- (Political and social views), Truman State University, Affirmative action in education, Affirmative action in employment, Affirmative action (Missouri)
Peggy A. Quince Named First Black Chief Justice In Florida
Peggy A. Quince (American state supreme court justice) (Selection and appointment), Florida Supreme Court
This Week In Black History
Hank Aaron (American baseball player.); 1934-, Sidney Poitier (American actor and film director.)
Walgreen Settles For $24 Mil. In Race-Bias Suit
Walgreen Co (Suits and claims), United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, Blacks (Employment, Discriminatory practices)
Chauncey Bailey Project Wins Award For Reporting On Deceased Journalist
Chauncey Bailey (American jounalist); 1949-2007 (Murder), DeVaughndre Broussard (American handyman and murderer.), Chauncey Bailey Project (Awards), Investigative Reporters and Editors (Organization), Tom Renner Award
L.A. Times Apologizes For Tupac-Diddy Story; 'Duped' By Phony Documents
Diddy (American rapper, record producer and actor.), Tupac Shakur (American rapper and actor) (Assault), Chuck Philips (American journalist) (Ethics), Los Angeles times, Journalistic errors, Apologies
New Jersey Boxer On A Roll With 5th National Title
Sacred Downing (American boxer.), Boxing (Women, Tournaments)
Warriors' Webber Decides To 'Let The Game Go'; Retires From 15-Year NBA Career
Chris Webber (American basketball player) (Retirement), National Basketball Association, Golden State Warriors (Basketball team)

Rep. William Jefferson Says He's Going Broke Defending Against Federal Bribery 'Conspiracy'.
William Jefferson (American congressman); 1947- (Trials, litigation, etc, Interviews), Bribery
Where Is . . . Lisa Fischer?
Lisa Fischer (American singer.), Luther Vandross (American rhythm and blues singer and songwriter.), Rolling Stones
Trumpet Awards Celebrate Black Achievement; Show Syndicated For 1st Time, To Air On TV One
TV One LLC, Trumpet Awards, Television programs (Awards programs)
Cleveland Native Invents World's Smallest Patented Microwave
Phil Davis (American household appliance company executive.), Microwave ovens
Kim Myles Proves She Can Go The Distance On New Decorating Show
Kim Myles (American hairstylist and television personality.), Home & Garden Television (Firm), Myles of style (Television program)
Why African-American Teenage Girls Are Infected With STDs At Higher Rates
Kevin Fenton (British epidemiologist.); 1966-, John M. Douglas (Jr., American public health official.), Sexually transmitted diseases, Black young women (Sexual behavior, Health and hygiene), Blacks (Social conditions)
Fisk University Allowed To Keep Art Collection
Ellen Hobbs Lyle (American judge.); 1957-, Georgia O'Keeffe (American painter); 1887-1986 (Charitable contributions), Fisk University (Art collections), Georgia O'Keeffe Museum (Santa Fe, N.M.) (Suits and claims)
The View According to Whoopi
Whoopi Goldberg (American actress.), View (Television program)
Sean Levert, 39, Dies In Cleveland Jail Where He Was Held On Child Support Charges
Sean Levert (American singer.); 1968-2008

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