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Hundreds Rally in Front of White House to Oppose Bush Veto of Civil Rights Bill
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George Bush; 1924- (Relations with Congress), Civil Rights Act of 1990, Veto
Black Dentist Vows to Run for Mayor of Shreveport Despite Death Threats by KKK.
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C. O. Simpkins, Ku Klux Klan, Shreveport (La.) (Race relations, Politics and government)
2 Live Crew Freed by Jury in Obscenity Trial; Black Historian Defends Group
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2 Live Crew (Musical group), Rap music (Lyrics), Trials (Obscenity)
Retired Social Security Worker Wins $8 Million in Maryland State Lotto
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Druretta Moore, Lottery winners
Marshall Rips High Court's Vote to OK Execution of Black Convict in Virginia
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Thurgood Marshall (American Supreme Court justice.); 1908-1993, Wilbert Evans, United States Supreme Court (Decisions), Electrocution (Capital punishment), Capital punishment (Virginia)
Whitney Houston Talks about Her Long-awaited Album, 'I'm Your Baby Tonight'.
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Whitney Houston
Hawks' Stars Willing to Take Salary Cuts to Acquire Moncrief
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Sidney Moncrief; 1957-., Basketball players (Salaries)
Dickerson Makes Amends with Colts, Signs 4-yr Extension, Still Faces Fines
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Eric Dickerson (American football player.); 1960-
Reds Upset Athletics, Win 87th World Series in Four-game Sweep
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World Series (Baseball)
Madonna Cites Malcolm X, Dr. King in Steamy Rap on Voting, Freedom of Speech
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Madonna (American singer.); 1958-, Voting, Rock musicians (Political activities)

Arsenio's Former Manager Hits Him with $25m Suit
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Arsenio Hall (American comedian and talk show host.), Robert Wachs, Theatrical agents (Suits and claims)
Cancer Expert Talks about Ways to Reduce Risk of Colon Cancer
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Clyde Phillips, Blacks (Health and hygiene), Colorectal cancer (Prevention)
Meharry Gets $2.8 Million to Treat Drug-using Moms
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Meharry Medical College, Women (Drug use), Black medical colleges (Federal aid), Drug abuse (Therapy, Federal aid)
Obituary
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Art Blakey (American jazz drummer and band leader.)
Cosby Axes Kids' Mural from TV Show's Opening and Gives Explanation
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Bill Cosby; 1937-., Children's art, Art and television, Homeless children, Mural painting and decoration, Harlem (New York, N.Y.)
The Cosby Show
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Cosby show (Television program) (Reviews)

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