Harold Simmons stands by the Dallas courthouse entrance in October 1997. Simmons, the Texas billionaire, philanthropist and GOP donor, died Saturday in Dallas. He was 82. Flor Cordero /Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Eydie Gorme was most famous for being half of the husband-and-wife singing duo Steve and Eydie, with her husband, Steve Lawrence. In August, Gorme passed away at the age of 84. AP hide caption

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Remembering Eydie Gorme, A Vegas Singer Without The Drama

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FBI investigator Robert Ressler pioneered the practice of criminal profiling and is credited with coining the term "serial killer." He died on May 5. Paul Harris/Getty Images hide caption

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The FBI Investigator Who Coined The Term 'Serial Killer'

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Bum Phillips: Famous Football Name, Underappreciated Figure

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Lavonne "Pepper" Paire Davis (front row, second from the right) played for the Fort Wayne Daisies in 1945. Courtesy of Kelly Candaele hide caption

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'League Of Their Own' Inspiration Didn't Mind A Dirty Skirt

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Pallbearers carry the flag-draped coffin of Francois Jacob, Nobel Prize-winner and World War II veteran, in Paris on April 24. Reuters/Landov hide caption

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Lost In 2013: Three Nobel Scientists Who Saw Something In Us

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Lead Designer Of World's Most Popular Firearm Dies

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Alan Turing, Who Cracked War Code, Receives Posthumous Pardon

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Mikhail Kalashnikov, Inventor Of The AK-47, Dead At 94

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Country Music Hall of Famer Ray Price, pictured above in 1983, died Monday at age 87. AP hide caption

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Fresh Air Remembers Country Music Artist Ray Price

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