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K.T. Nicolaides' (left) husband died late last year, two days before their fifth wedding anniversary. Larry Treadwell was widowed in 2011, when his wife Amanda died suddenly. He's now remarried. Courtesy of K.T. Nicolaides/Courtesy of Larry Treadwell hide caption

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Been There: Lessons From A Shared Experience

After Losing A Spouse, Finding A Different Kind Of Happiness

Larry Treadwell's wife died suddenly five years ago. He tells recently widowed K.T. Nicolaides that "it never hurts less; it just hurts less often."

J.C. Penney is among several chains that have announced plans to close stores this year. Mark Lennihan/AP hide caption

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Retailers Scrambling To Adjust To Changing Consumer Habits

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United Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz in June 2016. He is appearing before a House committee today. Richard Drew/AP hide caption

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'It Was A Mistake Of Epic Proportions,' United CEO Testifies

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K.T. Nicolaides' (left) husband died late last year, two days before their fifth wedding anniversary. Larry Treadwell was widowed in 2011, when his wife Amanda died suddenly. He's now remarried. Courtesy of K.T. Nicolaides/Courtesy of Larry Treadwell hide caption

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After Losing A Spouse, Finding A Different Kind Of Happiness

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The death rate for African-Americans dropped 25 percent over 17 years, but most of that was among people ages 65 and older. Dutchy/Getty Images hide caption

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Death Rate Among Black Americans Declines, Especially For Elderly People

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Charlie Worsham's new album, Beginning Of Things, is out now. Allister Ann/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Charlie Worsham Wants To Tell You The Truth

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