Mildred Dresselhaus, winner of the Kavli Prize and the Presidential Medal of Freedom, speaks in Bergen, Norway, in 2012. Marit Hommedal/Flickr hide caption

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Nick Dupree arrives at the Federal Courthouse in Montgomery, Ala. on Feb. 11, 2003. His success in getting the state to continue support past age 21 enabled him to attend college and live in his own home. Jamie Martin/AP hide caption

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Nick Dupree Fought To Live 'Like Anyone Else'

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Guitarist Larry Coryell recorded or appeared on more than 100 albums during a jazz career that spanned more than 50 years. Courtesy of 429 Records hide caption

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Guitarist Larry Coryell, Godfather Of Fusion, Dies At 73

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Radical Cleric Connected To 1993 World Trade Center Bombing Dies

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Remembering Barbara Carroll, The 'First Lady Of Jazz Piano'

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Remembering Lt. Gen. Harold Moore, Heroic Vietnam War Commander

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Al Jarreau, Versatile Vocalist Who 'Played His Voice,' Dies At 76

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Remembering The 'Edutainer' Who Made Statistics Come To Life

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Owner Mike Ilitch of the Detroit Red Wings celebrates with the Stanley Cup in 2008 after the team defeated the Pittsburgh Penguins in six games. The team won four NHL titles under his ownership. His Detroit Tigers teams made it to two World Series. Dave Sandford/Getty Images hide caption

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