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U.S. Air Force Gen. Lloyd 'Fig' Newton Receives Fourth Star
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Lloyd W. Newton; 1943-., United States Air Force (Blacks)
New Orleans High School Students Learn about Civil Rights Movement on Unique Bus Tour
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Douglas Brinkley, Majic Bus (Program), Blacks (Civil rights, History), New Orleans (La.) (Education)
Man who Knew He Had AIDS Virus Infected at Least 12 Women Before He was Killed
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Darnell McGee; d. 1997, Murder, AIDS (Disease) and women, AIDS (Disease) (Causes), Public health (Missouri), East Saint Louis (Ill.) (Crime, Public health)
Quality Day Care Centers Key in Children's Learning, Study Says
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Day care, Children (Language)
City College of New York Names New Center in Honor of Alumnus Retired Gen. Colin L. Powell
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Colin L. Powell; 1937-., Colin L. Powell Center for Public Policy Study
Senate Panel Approves Alexis Herman's Nomination
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Alexis Herman (American Secretary of labor and management consultant.); 1947-, United States Dept. of Labor, United States Congress Senate Committee on Labor and Human Resources
En Vogue to Become Trio; Dawn Robinson Officially Leaves Group
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Dawn Robinson, En Vogue (Musical group)
Andre Rison Celebrates Birthday and Super Bowl Victory with Grand Party
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Andre Rison (American football player.), Birthday parties
Grant Hill Leads the NBA in Triple-doubles
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Grant Hill (American basketball player.); 1972-, Detroit Pistons (Basketball team)
Chicago Bulls Sign Brian Williams for Rest of Season
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Bison Dele, Chicago Bulls (Basketball team)

Ole Miss Crowns First Black Queen After Mix-up
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Carissa Wells, University of Mississippi, Beauty contests
Report Reveals Worst American Cities for Pedestrian Safety
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Cities and towns (Rating), Pedestrians (Mortality), Traffic accidents (Mortality)
Tiger Woods Makes History at the Masters
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Tiger Woods; 1975-., Masters (Golf tournament)
Wynton Marsalis is First Jazz Musician to Win Pulitzer Prize
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Wynton Marsalis (Reviews), Pulitzer prizes, Slavery (Songs and music)

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