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Clinton Signs Bill for Congressional Gold Medal Honoring Rosa Parks
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Rosa Parks (American civil rights activist.); 1913-2005, Congressional Gold Medal, Montgomery (Ala.) Bus Boycott, 1955
Edward Gardner Receives Golden Pyramid Award
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Edward G. Gardner; 1925-., Golden Pyramid Awards
Hundreds Gather in Riverside, CA, to Protest Police Shooting
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Tyisha Miller (American victim of police shooting.); d. 1998, Riverside (Calif.) (Police shootings, Race relations)
Labor Secretary Cites Little-known Heroism of Black Atlanta Crane Operator
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Ivers Sims, Cranes, derricks, etc, Helicopters in rescue work, Atlanta (Ga.) (Firefighters)
Wife of New York Jets Football Player Victor Green Uses Cell Phone to Foil Carjacking of Her and Infant Daughter in Atlanta
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Esther Green, Victor Green, Carjacking, Cellular telephones in automobiles, Cellular telephones (Emergency use), Fayetteville (Ga.) (Crime)
Chamique Holdsclaw Top Pick in WNBA Draft
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Chamique Holdsclaw (American basketball player.); 1977-, Women's National Basketball Association, Basketball, Professional (Women, Draft)
Allen Iverson Clinches NBA Scoring Title
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Allen Iverson; 1975-., Philadelphia 76ers (Basketball team)
Harvard's James Blake is Top-ranked Player in College Tennis
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James Blake (American tennis player.); 1979-, Harvard University (Tennis)
Venus Williams Victorious at Italian Open in Rome
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Venus Williams; 1980-., Italian Open (Tennis tournament) (Women)
Idle Hands
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Rodman Flender (Reviews), Idle hands (Motion picture) (Reviews)

Ron Kirk Re-elected to Mayor's Post in Dallas
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Ron Kirk (American trade represenative.); 1954-, Dallas (Tex.) (Politics and government)
John W. Thompson is New Symantec Corp Pres., Chairman, CEO.
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John W. Thompson (American information technology executive.), Symantec Corporation
What Makes Rodman Tick?
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Dennis Rodman
A Lesson Before Dying
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Lesson before dying (Television program) (Reviews)
World Tunes in for Duke Ellington's 100th Birthday
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Duke Ellington (American band leader and composer.); 1899-1974
Janet Jackson Honored at World Music Awards in Monaco; Will Smith Wins Big with Four Awards
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World Music Awards

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