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The Life And Death Of 'The Internet's Own Boy'

Programmer and activist Aaron Swartz was a "complex person," says filmmaker Brian Knappenberger. He tells Swartz's story, including his legal battle and suicide, in a new documentary.

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Programs Target Poverty In Obama's 5 'Promise Zones'

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The Life And Death Of 'The Internet's Own Boy'

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Lorenn Walker, now a lawyer, was assaulted in 1976 in an alley near this hotel in Waikiki, Hawaii. Robyn Pfahl hide caption

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After Assault, Woman Finds Hope And Career In Restorative Justice

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Miss Disregard Lake Street Dive

By 1967, Lee Grant was back. She was nominated for an Academy Award for her role in the Best Picture winner In the Heat of the Night. She also featured in the cult classic Valley of the Dolls. hide caption

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Undeterred By The Blacklist, Lee Grant 'Said Yes To Everything'

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