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Bank Favors are Costing You Money

Final Call, News Report, Misa Islam Muhammad, Nov 23, 2009

Be careful when banks offer to do you a favor. It could cost you up to $35 each time they pay a charge if you don't have enough money in your account to cover it.

Black Male Unemployment Comparable to 'Great Depression'

NNPA, News Analysis, Pharoh Martin, Nov 20, 2009

The seasonally-adjusted October unemployment rate for Black males is above 17 percent whereas the jobless rate for White adult males and females is under double digits at 9.5 percent and 7.4 percent, respectively.

A Doctors Word--Tips for Finding Cheap Medications

New America Media, Commentary, Erin Marcus, M.D., Nov 15, 2009

Many doctors prescribe expensive, new drugs that are marketed to them by pharmaceutical companies. But generic drugs are cheaper and, in the vast majority of cases, work just as well. Here's where to find them.

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Celebrity Worship

Final Call, News Report, Charlene Muhammad, Oct 30, 2009

Some popular culture analysts say the celebrity influence is strong because people get to relax, escape pressure and avoid the stresses of their everyday livesat least for a moment.

A Depression for Latinos

El Diario/La Prensa, Editorial, Staff, Oct 29, 2009

The economic recession is feeling more like a depression for Latinos in New York, according to an editorial in El Diario/La Prensa.

Nike Unveils Pacquiao Billboard in Hollywood

Asian Journal, News Feature, Joseph Pimentel, Oct 27, 2009

Recognizing Filipino Americans' buying power, Nike has installed a giant billboard in Hollywood, featuring the image of Filipino boxing icon Manny Pacquiao.

Waters Calls for More Lawsuits to Prevent Foreclosures

LA Sentinel, News Report, Staff Report, Oct 26, 2009

According to Realty Trac-an online foreclosure tracking service-foreclosure filings reached a record high in the third quarter of this year, with over 937,000 foreclosure filings during that period.

Chinese Alternative Medicine Lures Many in a Recession

New America Media, News Report, Vivian Po, Oct 26, 2009

Patients who can no longer afford health care are flocking to local acupuncture clinics for free Chinese medicine treatments.

Distressed Homeowners Seek Mortgage Salvation

New America Media, News Report, Video, Annette Fuentes, Video: Mike Siv, Oct 20, 2009

As the home foreclosure epidemic claims more victims, homeowners are turning to loan modification programs in growing numbers. Many are small-scale community operations. But the Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America is doing it on a gargantuan scale.

Coal on Tribal Lands - A Faustian Bargain?

New America Media, Audio, Sandip Roy, Oct 16, 2009

The Hopi Nation has ousted environmental groups such as Grand Canyon Trust and the Sierra Club from Hopi lands. Bo Boudart followed the story with his camera for his documentary film, Power Paths.

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