'Fresh Air' Remembers Actor Eli Wallach
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Howard Baker, Former Senate Majority Leader, Dies At 88
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'Teenie' Hodges, A Sculptor Of Al Green's Sultry Sound, Passes Away
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After 7 Decades A Star Of Stage And Screen, Eli Wallach Dies At 95
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Prolific Character Actor Eli Wallach Dies At 98
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Stephanie Kwolek prepares a polymerization experiment at DuPont's Pioneering Research Lab in 1967. Kwolek, who died Wednesday, made the breakthrough discovery that led to the invention of Kevlar. DuPont hide caption

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Horace Silver performs for television in Copenhagen, Denmark, in 1979. JazzSign/Lebrecht Music & Arts/Corbis hide caption

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Legendary Pianist Horace Silver Dies At 85
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Charles Barsotti created more than a thousand cartoons for the New Yorker, many of which featured a series of round-snouted dogs just like this hapless pair. Charles Barsotti/ Courtesy of the New Yorker hide caption

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Remembering Charles Barsotti, Who Drew Cartoons That Hugged Us Back
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Baseball Loses One Of The Game's Greatest, As 'Mr. Padre' Passes
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