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"Billy Jack" — actor Tom Laughlin, who died last week. TC Laughlin Public Relations hide caption

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A bit of 'One Tin Soldier'

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Crime Novelist Elmore Leonard Dies

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Virginia Johnson and her then-husband, William Masters, in 1972. They studied sexual behavior for decades. She died this week in St. Louis. Masters died in 2001. AP hide caption

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