After Son's Sudden Death, Shock, Grief And Coping

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Filmmaker Theo Angelopoulos Dies At 76

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Remembering The Late Singing Legend Etta James

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Joe Paterno's Death Is A Sad Day For Happy Valley

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Penn State head coach Joe Paterno stands with his team before they take the field during an NCAA college football game against the University of Wisconsin in State College, Pa., on Oct. 13, 2007. Carolyn Kaster/AP hide caption

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Penn State Football Legend Joe Paterno Dies At 85

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Remembering Bandleader And Producer Johnny Otis

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Etta James: The 1994 Fresh Air Interview

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Etta James rehearses a song before recording at Fame Studios circa 1967 in Muscle Shoals, Ala. House Of Fame LLC/Michael Ochs Archive/Getty Images hide caption

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Remembering Etta James, Stunning Singer

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Band leader Johnny Otis poses for a portrait in surrounded by "The Jelly Roll" records in 1947.

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Johnny Otis, Rhythm And Blues Pioneer, Has Died

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Admirers Gather At Memorial For Dr. King's Birthday

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Former S.D. Gov., U.S. Rep. William Janklow Dies

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Letters To Tucson, One Year After The Shooting

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Navajo Code Talker Keith Little Dies

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Barbara Lea: Remembering A Versatile Cabaret Singer

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