Daniel Schorr Remembers William Safire
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Journalist, Nixon Speechwriter William Safire
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Gap Inc. Co-Founder Donald Fisher Dies At 81
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Columnist, Speechwriter William Safire Dies at 79
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Speechwriter, Columnist William Safire Dies At 79
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Spain's Diminutive Virtuosa De Laroccha Dies
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W. Horace Carter, A Crusading Newspaperman
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Mary Travers, More Than A Pop Musician
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Mary Travers (center) and other stars perform Jan. 20, 1986, during the "All Star Celebration Honoring Martin Luther King Jr." at the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. From left are Paul Stookey, Bob Dylan, Travers, Stevie Wonder and Peter Yarrow. AP hide caption

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Social Justice Guided Mary Travers' Music
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Army Sgt. 1st Class Jared Monti of Massachusetts (shown here in the mountains of Afghanistan) will be awarded the Medal of Honor posthumously for his actions on June 21, 2006, in which he gave his life trying to help another soldier. Courtesy of 10th Mountain Division hide caption

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In White House Ceremony, A War Hero Honored
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How A Professor Taught Me To Consult My Stomach
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