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Rangel Cites Statistics Revealing U.S. is Losing in Its War on Drugs
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Charles B. Rangel; 1930-., Narcotics laws and regulations, Drug abuse
Winning Mayoral Post in Fairbanks, Alaska is No Contest for Hayes
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Jim Hayes; 1946-., Fairbanks (Alaska) (Politics and government)
Three-way Race for La. Seat in U.S. Congress
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Faye Williams, Charles D. Jones, Cleo Fields; 1962-., Louisiana (Politics and government)
Freshman Med Students at Black Institutions Over 50 Percent Female
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Black medical students, Black medical colleges
Veteran Judge Nominated for New York's Top Court
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George Bundy Smith (American judge.), New York (State) Court of Appeals
Ex-Detroit Police Chief Gets 10 Years for Embezzling
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William Hart, Embezzlement, Black police chiefs, Detroit (Mich.) (Police corruption)
Barbara Gross Named Ebony Western Advertising V.P.
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Barbara Rudd Gross, Ebony (Periodical)
Bill Cosby, Paul Robeson Jr. Highlight Central State's Convocation for Students
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Paul Robeson (Jr.), Central State University (Ohio), Black colleges and universities (Gifts, contributions, etc)
Mets' Vince Coleman Sees Woes Continue
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Vince Coleman
Brit Sprinter Christie Slams Papers Over Focus on Tight Running Shorts
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Linford Christie, Track and field athletics, Olympic Games, 1992 (Barcelona, Spain)

Jackson Progressing After Successful Heart Surgery
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Maynard H. Jackson; 1938-2003, Heart (Surgery)
Report on Black Male Crime in Baltimore Sparks Race Stereotype Controversy
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Black young men (Crime), Baltimore (Md.) (Crime, Blacks)
Prince Inks $100 Mil. Record Contract with Warner Bros
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Prince, Warner Brothers Records Inc
Majority Backs Distributing Condoms in School: Poll
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Youth (Sexual behavior), Condoms
Coast Guard Commissions Patrol Boat with Special Meaning for Black History
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United States Coast Guard (Blacks), United States Life-Saving Service
Braves Baseball Star, Once Hooked on Drugs, Funds Anti-drug Movie
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Otis Nixon; 1959-., Baseball players (Drug use), Drug abuse in motion pictures
Strike-out
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Strike-out (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Angel Street
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Angel Street (Television program) (Reviews)
Robin Givens and Pam Gidley are Homicide Detectives on TV's 'Angel Street'.
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Pam Gidley, Robin Givens
Blacks on New Shows in Television's Fall Lineup
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Blacks in television

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