Remembering Robert Byrd, Longest Serving Senator

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Robert Byrd, The Fiddling Senator

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West Virginia Sen. Robert Byrd Dies At 92

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Sen. Robert Byrd on Feb. 20, 1963, when he had already spent a decade in Congress. Charles Gorry/AP hide caption

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Fresh Air Remembers Sen. Robert Byrd

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Byrd's Legacy: 18,000 Votes Later, He Loved His Job

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West Virginia Sen. Robert Byrd Dies At 92

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Michael Jackson before his BAD world concert tour held at Wembley Stadium, London on July 15, 1988. Dave Hogan/Getty Images hide caption

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Remembering Why We Love Michael Jackson

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Former NBA Star Manute Bol Remembered For Height, Charity

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Great Height, Big Heart: NBA's Manute Bol Dies

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Portuguese author Jose Saramago did not start writing fiction until late in life, but he produced more than a dozen novels. On Friday, Saramago died at his home in the Canary Islands after a long illness. He is pictured above in 1997. Bengt Eurenius/AP hide caption

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Jose Saramago, Nobel-Winning Novelist, Dies At 87

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Lt. Col. Belkofer Laid To Rest At Arlington Cemetery

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