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Colin Powell Says No to Presidency and Yes to Republican Party
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Colin L. Powell; 1937-., Republican Party (U.S.), Presidential candidates (1996)
City of Gary, Indiana Elects First White Mayor in 28 Years
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Scott King, Gary (Ind.) (Politics and government, Race relations)
Schmoke Wins Third Term in Baltimore; Willie Brown Has Run-off in San Francisco
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Willie Lewis Brown (Jr.), Kurt Schmoke; 1949-., Baltimore (Md.) (Politics and government), San Francisco (Calif.) (Politics and government)
Rep. Collins Turns Down 13th Term on Capitol Hill
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Cardiss Collins; 1931-., Congresswomen (Retirement)
Obituary
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Oliver Harrington (American cartoonist.)
Michael Jackson and Sony Enter Joint Publishing Venture Valued at $600 Million
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, ATV Music (Acquisitions and mergers), Sony Music Entertainment Inc (Acquisitions and mergers), Copyright (Music)
Blacks Accompany President Clinton to Israeli Prime Minister Rabin's Funeral
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Yitzhak Rabin (Israeli prime minister); 1922-1995 (Death and burial), Bill Clinton (American president); 1946- (Visit to Israel)
Browns Plan Move to Baltimore Next Year
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Cleveland Browns (Football team), Baltimore (Md.) (Sports)
Rockies' Baylor Named National League Manager of Year
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Don Baylor; 1949-., Colorado Rockies (Baseball team), Baseball, Professional (Awards)
Alonzo Mourning Traded to Miami from Charlotte
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Alonzo Mourning (American basketball player.); 1970-, Miami Heat (Basketball team), Charlotte Hornets (Basketball team), Basketball, Professional (Player trades)

Oprah Gives $1 Million to Spelman College's Science Fund
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Oprah Winfrey, Spelman College, Black colleges and universities (Gifts, contributions, etc)
Transsexual Says She was Fired After Fayetteville State University Discovered She was a Man
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Sharon Franklin Brown, Fayetteville State University, Colleges and universities (Employees, Dismissal), Transgenders (Civil rights), Discrimination in employment
Simpson's Lawyers Cochran and Dershowitz to Work on Improving Black-Jewish Relations in the U.S.
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Johnnie Cochran (American lawyer.); 1937-2005, Alan M. Dershowitz (American lawyer.), O. J. Simpson (American football player and sportscaster); 1947- (Murder case, 1994, Racial aspects), Jews and blacks
Deborah Cox Shows Vocal Versatility on Debut Album
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Deborah Cox
Why Sexual Assault is the Most Rapidly Growing Crime in the Nation
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Rape, Sex crimes
Al Green Returns to Secular Music with Latest Album
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Al Green (American gospel singer and clergyman.); 1946-
Gerald Levert and Dad Eddie Lever Sr. Pay Tribute to Fathers and Sons on New Hit Album
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Gerald Levert (American singer and songwriter.), Eddie Levert (American singer.); 1942-
Gladys Knight Says Les Brown is 'the Best Thing that Ever Happened to Me'.
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Gladys Knight, Les Brown

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