Hobie Alter, The Henry Ford Of Surfboards, Dies At 80
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Hobie Alter, an innovator whose ideas brought surfing and sailing to wide audiences, died this weekend. Here, one of his Hobie Cat sailboats is seen sailing past North Head in Sydney, Australia. Cameron Spencer/Getty Images hide caption

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Crimean Tatars carry the body of Reshat Ametov during his funeral outside the town of Simferopol on Tuesday. Vasily Fedosenko/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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A Tatar's Death Chills Those Who Suffered Under Russia Before
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Westboro Baptist's Fred Phelps: More Than A Hater?
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Fred Phelps, Head Of Westboro Baptist Church, Dies
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Iran-Contra Prosecutor Lawrence Walsh Dies At 102
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LAPD Pays Tribute To Josephine Serrano Collier, A Latina Pioneer
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Remembering The Late Politician Reubin Askew
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The Stooges (L-R Dave Alexander, Iggy Pop in front, Scott Asheton in back and Ron Asheton) in the studio in 1970, during the making of their second album, Fun House. Ed Caraeff/Getty Images hide caption

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David Brenner performs at the Riviera Hotel in Las Vegas in 1981. Las Vegas News Bureau/AP hide caption

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'Fresh Air' Remembers Comedian David Brenner
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