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Rangel Leads Black Caucus in Its First Million-dollar Fund Raiser for Democrats
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Charles B. Rangel; 1930-., Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee, Congressional Black Caucus, Campaign funds
'The Power of Ordinary People'.
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Rosa Parks (American civil rights activist.); 1913-2005, Congressional Gold Medal, Montgomery (Ala.) Bus Boycott, 1955
Rev. Lyons Ordered to Pay $5.2 Million for Bank Fraud and Tax Evasion; Sentenced to Four Years
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Henry Lyons (American clergyman.); 1942-, Sentences (Criminal procedure) (Florida), Black clergy (Professional ethics), National Baptist Convention of the United States of America (Finance)
Brain-damaged New York Girl, 12, Awarded $75 Million in Medical Malpractice Suit
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Gaelle Prindilus, Harlem Hospital Center, Brain damage, Hospitals (Malpractice), Damages
Man Wrongly Convicted of Rape Freed After 16 Years in Prison
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Calvin C. Johnson (Jr.), DNA fingerprints (Forensic use), Rape, Miscarriage of justice, Clayton County (Ga.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Singer Eric Benet Gets Personal with Second Album, 'A Day in the Life'.
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Eric Benet (American singer.)
Thabo Mbeki Sworn in as South African President; Pays Tribute to Nelson Mandela
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Thabo Mbeki; 1942-., South Africa (Politics and government)
Riverside, CA, Officers who Shot Tyisha Miller Fired from Force
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Tyisha Miller (American victim of police shooting.); d. 1998, Riverside (Calif.) (Police shootings, Race relations)
Should the NBA Put an Age Limit on New Players
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National Basketball Association, Basketball players (Age)
Robert Gossett Makes His Own Mark as an Actor
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Robert Gossett

Experts Give Tips on how to Get Kids to Do Household Chores
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Children's chores
Despite Integration Minorities are Still More Likely to Attend Schools with Their Own Kind: Report
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Public schools (Segregation)
Rosa Parks Awarded Congressional Gold Medal
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Rosa Parks (American civil rights activist); 1913-2005 (Awards), Congressional Gold Medal, Montgomery (Ala.) Bus Boycott, 1955
Delano Lewis Picked by Clinton as Next U.S. Ambassador to South Africa
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Delano E. Lewis, United States (Diplomatic and consular service, South Africa)
Natalie Cole Talks about . .
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Natalie Cole (American singer.)
Francine Everett, Popular Actress in '30s, '40s Films, Dies in New York
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Francine Everett; 1920-1999
James Brown Gets a Reported $30 Million Loan for Record Royalties
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James Brown (American singer) (Securities), Black music (Economic aspects), Royalties, Asset-backed financing

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