PHOENIX COMPANIES - Jesse Jackson - Chicago Tribune PHOENIX COMPANIES - Jesse Jackson - Chicago Tribune

Wednesday, January 21, 2009

PHOENIX COMPANIES - Jesse Jackson - Chicago Tribune

Rev. Jesse L. Jackson, a civil rights activist was the founder of the Rainbow/PUSH Coalition, the product of a merger of civil rights organizations in which Jackson was involved. Based on Chicago's South Side, Rainbow/PUSH helps to finance Jackson's in BUSINESS NEWS >

Barack Hussein Obama minced no words yesterday in a soaring but also sober inaugural address delivered beneath a bright freezing sky. Americans face daunting challenges in "this winter of our hardship" that only a "new era of responsibility" can in BUSINESS NEWS >

WASHINGTON—President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle capped their historic day with a speedy tour through 10 inaugural balls before retiring, at last, for their first night in the White House. The Etta James classic "At Last" was the Obamas in BUSINESS NEWS >

WASHINGTON—Her fingers were cold, toes numb and feet tired from standing in one spot for nearly three hours. But as South Shore resident Paula Johnson watched President Barack Obama get sworn in, her face lit up and she shouted her approval . in BUSINESS NEWS >

WASHINGTON – Hollywood unbuttoned Washington's collar at President Barack Obama's inauguration events on Tuesday, bringing a touch of levity and star power to a historic day. Beyonce crooned a classic to the new president, Wyclef Jean got a black in BUSINESS NEWS >

JERUSALEM - Israel said it completed a troop pullout from the Hamas-ruled Gaza Strip today, starting its relationship with US President Barack Obama by quitting Palestinian land devastated by its 22-day offensive. “As of this morning, the last of in BUSINESS NEWS >

Iran's Foreign Minister on Wednesday urged U.S. President Barack Obama to change American policies in the Middle East but said Iran will wait before making any specific judgments about Obama's positions on Iran. Manouchehr Mottaki is quoted by the in BUSINESS NEWS >

Washington, D.C. — Iowans like to take credit for putting Barack Obama on the road to the White House. So it's only natural that they'd want to be there when he crossed the finish line. Dozens of Iowans endured lengthy road trips, long lines and in BUSINESS NEWS >

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