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Clinton Authorizes Federal Government to Use Internet to Aid in Adoptions
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Government information (Internet resources), Adoption and adopted children (Internet resources)
Yusef Jackson's Ownership Group Purchases Anheuser-Busch Chicago Distributorship
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Yusef DuBois Jackson (American entrepreneur and son of clergyman and civil rights activist Jesse L. Jackson.), Jonathan Jackson, River North Sales and Service (Firm), Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc, Blacks in the brewing industry
Famed Comedian Flip Wilson Dies in California
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Flip Wilson; 1933-1998
Dr. Margaret Walker Alexander, Noted Poet and Author, Succumbs in Chicago
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Margaret Walker (American poet and novelist.); 1915-1998
John Henry Stanford, Former Army General and Seattle's First Black School Superintendent, Dies
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John H. Stanford; 1938-1998
Usher Makes Movie Debut in Sci-fi Thriller 'The Faculty'.
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Usher (American singer and actor.), Robert Rodriguez (American motion picture director) (Reviews), Faculty (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Sheffield Tops List of 10 Highest-paid Black Baseball Players for 1998 Season
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Black baseball players (Salaries)
Sports Stars who Put God in Their Game
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Black athletes (Religious life)
Texas Tailback Ricky Williams Breaks NCAA Rushing Record
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Ricky Williams, University of Texas at Austin (Football), Football records, Rushing (Football)
Murderer of Delores Jackson Sentenced to 15 Years to Life in Prison
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Delores Jackson, Donald J. Bohana, Sentences (Criminal procedure) (California), Drowning, Trials (Murder)

'Special Moments in African-American History' Showcases Photographs of Ebony's Pulitzer Prize Winner Moneta Sleet, Jr
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Moneta Sleet (American photojournalist.); 1926-1996, Blacks (History, Photographs)
Kwame Ture, Civil Rights Leader who Coined Phrase 'black Power,' Buried in West Africa
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Kwame Ture; 1941-1998, Funeral rites and ceremonies (Guinea)
Black Concert Promoters File Suit Against Major Talent Agencies and Promoters
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Popular music (Economic aspects), Theatrical agents (Suits and claims), Black promoters and promoting
On Tour, First Lady Cites Additional $14.2 Million in Aid to Hurricane-ravaged Dominican Republic
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Hillary Rodham Clinton (American senator and wife of President Bill Clinton); 1947- (Visit to the Dominican Republic), Relief work (Dominican Republic), Economic assistance, American (Dominican Republic), Hurricane Georges, 1998 (Relief work)
Georgia's Anti-sodomy Law is Overturned
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Georgia Supreme Court, Sodomy, Criminal law (Georgia)
Henry Hampton, 'Eyes on the Prize' Filmmaker, Dies
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Henry Hampton
Whitney and Mariah Team Up on Hit Tune 'When You Believe'.
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Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey

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