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Last U.S. Veteran Of World War I Dies At Age 110
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Jimi Hendrix: King Of The Electric Guitar
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Zora Neale Hurston Captured Essence Of Blackness
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Alzheimer's Research Advocate Tom DeBaggio Dies
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Dale Earnhardt, in front of his No. 3 car, looks on during practice for the Ford City 500 in 1999. Earnhardt was killed in a crash in the last lap of the Daytona 500 on Feb. 18, 2001. Jamie Squire/Getty hide caption

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A Fellow Racer Recalls Dale Earnhardt's Deadly Crash
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Dorothy Height: 'Queen' Of Black, Women's Empowerment
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Joanne Siegel (center) at the 1976 Comic Con in San Diego with her husband, Jerry Siegel, the co-creator of Superman, and daughter Laura. Joanne was the inspiration for Clark Kent's love interest Lois Lane. She died Feb. 12. Alan Light hide caption

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Joanne Siegel, Model For Lois Lane, Dies At 93
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Chisholm A Political Trailblazer For Blacks, Women
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Sir George Shearing, Gentle Jazz Piano Icon, Has Died
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George Shearing, the ebullient jazz pianist who wrote the standard "Lullaby of Birdland," died Monday in Manhattan of congestive heart failure. He was 91. Associated Press hide caption

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Remembering The Composer Of 'Lullaby Of Birdland'
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Remembering Pioneering Educator Harriett Ball
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Good Counsel: How Thurgood Marshall Inspired Me
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