Ferraro Was A Trailblazer Who Opened Doors For Women

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Geraldine Ferraro And Her 'Moment In History'

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Female Political Trailblazer Ferraro Dies At 75

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Remembering The Strengths Of Geraldine Ferraro

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Elizabeth Taylor: Front-Page News To The Last

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In 1969, Lanford Wilson co-founded the Circle Repertory Company, where many of his works had their premieres. The theater was a New York landmark until it closed in 1996. Marty Reichenthal/Associated Press hide caption

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For Lanford Wilson, The Plays Were Always Personal

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Innovator of Journalism, Film Dies

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Remembering The Triangle Shirtwaist Fire

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Iconic screen legend Elizabeth Taylor, pictured above in 1961, died on Wednesday. She was 79. AP hide caption

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Elizabeth Taylor's Legacy: AIDS Activist, Movie Star

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Young Laborers: Most of the garment workers in the Triangle Shirtwaist factory were young, immigrant women. On March 25, 1911, the New York City building caught fire, and 146 workers lost their lives in one the country's worst workplace tragedies. Courtesy HBO hide caption

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A Somber Centennial For The Triangle Factory Fire

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Remembering Elizabeth Taylor's AIDS Activism

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