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30-year Veteran Neal Named to Top Police Job in Philadelphia
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Richard Neal, Philadelphia (Pa.) (Police)
Teacher Marva Collins Wants Haley's Farm for First Rural School Site
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Marva Collins (teacher.), Alex Haley (American biographer, historian and journalist.); 1921-1992, Alex Haley Farm, Education (Tennessee)
Blaze Destroys Landmark St. Louis Church Pastored by Rev. Cleophus Robinson
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Cleophus Robinson, Churches (Buildings) (Fires and fire prevention), Saint Louis (Mo.) (Churches (Buildings))
Officials are Warning of AIDS Life Insurance Scams
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AIDS (Disease) (Insurance), Insurance crimes
Black Journalists Put in 'peculiar Situation' While Covering LA Riots: NABJ.
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National Association of Black Journalists, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Riots, 1992, Press coverage)
Recipe of the Week
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Puddings
Gen. Colin Powell Dedicates a Monument to the Buffalo Soldiers--unsung Black Heroes
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Colin L. Powell; 1937-., United States Army (Blacks), Buffalo Soldier Monument (Kan.)
Cubs Shun Andre Dawson to Protect Young Staff
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Andre Dawson
Tennis Star Garrison in Battle with Bulimia
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Zina Garrison-Jackson, Bulimia
Should Magic Johnson Return to Pro Basketball?
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Earvin Johnson (American basketball player and coach.); 1959-, AIDS (Disease) and athletes

Bahamaians Elect a New Prime Minister to Office
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Lynden Oscar Pindling (Sir.), Hubert Ingraham, Elections (Bahamas)
South African in U.S. Detects Many Parallels
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Joseph Leshaba, Apartheid, South Africans (United States), Richmond (Va.) (Race relations)
Library of Congress Biased in Promoting Blacks: Judge
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Library of Congress, Blacks (Employment), Black library employees
Meharry's Hubbard Merges with Nashville's Public Hospital, Metro General
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Meharry Medical College, Nashville (Tenn.) (Hospitals)
2 Live Crew Violated Song Copyright, Court Rules
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Roy Orbison; 1936-1988, 2 Live Crew (Musical group), Copyright (Music), Parody (Music)
Stevie Wonder Didn't Steal Song, Appeals Court Rules
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Stevie Wonder (American singer and songwriter.), Lloyd Chiate, Plagiarism, Copyright (Music)
Michael Jackson to Become First Western Pop Star to Perform Concert in Romania
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Michael Jackson (American singer and songwriter.); 1958-2009, Rock concerts (Romania)
Whitney, Bobby are Now Expecting First Child
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Whitney Houston, Bobby Brown
Lionel Richie Feted by Motown, PolyGram at West Hollywood Bash
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Lionel Richie (American singer and songwriter.)
Mistress
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Barry Primus (Reviews), Mistress (Motion picture) (Reviews)
James Brown Launches Seminars for Show Business Aspirants
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James Brown (American singer.), Entertainment industry

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