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A venerated heavy-metal singer, Ronnie James Dio was a voice of triumph in the pits of bitterness and depravity. Robert Cianflone/Getty Images Entertainnment hide caption

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Hear Robert Siegel And Melissa Block Remember Dio

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Mine workers stand at the entrance of the Upper Big Branch coal mine on April 9, a few days after an explosion killed 29 men. Matt Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Mine Probe Examines Airflow, Possible Tampering

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Hank Jones was the last of a musical dynasty, as well as a lynchpin in the history of jazz. Rafa Rivas/Getty Images hide caption

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Legendary Jazz Pianist Hank Jones Dies At 91

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