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D.C. Mayor's Radical Plan Gives Needles to Drug Users, Condoms to Students and Prisoners
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Sharon Pratt Kelly; 1944-., AIDS (Disease) (Prevention), Needle exchange programs (Washington (D.C.)), Condoms, Washington (D.C.) (Public health)
Art Fletcher Bares Own Uphill Struggle to Win Support for U.S. Cities
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Arthur Allen Fletcher (American civil rights leader and government official.); 1924-2005, United States Commission on Civil Rights, United States (Urban policy)
Barbara Bush Tells Central State 'family Must Come First'.
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Barbara Bush (wife of American president George Bush.); 1925-, Central State University (Ohio), Degrees, Honorary, Family
Texas Woman Gets $6 Mil. Settlement in Suit Over Drug Prescription Mistake
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Deatrice Manning, Eckerd Corp, Brain damage, Drugstores (Suits and claims)
William Toby Appointed U.S. Health Agency Boss
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William Toby, United States Health Care Financing Administration
Terry Norris KO's Taylor to Retain His Title
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Meldrick Taylor; 1967?-., Terry Norris; 1967-., Boxing
Portland's Drexler Added to U.S. Olympic Squad
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Clyde Drexler (American basketball player and coach.); 1962-, Dream Team I (Basketball team), Olympic Games, 1992 (Barcelona, Spain), Basketball (Tournaments)
Female Player Remembered by Major League Baseball
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Toni Stone (American baseball player.); 1921-1996, Negro leagues
Skill of Black Doctors Helped Save Life of L.A. Riot Victim Reginald Denny
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Madison F. Richardson, Lawrence Goodwin, Reginald Denny, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Riots, 1992, Casualties)
Cop Not Acquitted in King Beating Will Stand Trial
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Laurence Powell (police officer.), Rodney King (American construction worker and victim of police brutality.), Police brutality, Los Angeles (Calif.) (Police)

Obituary
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William Henry
Senate Leaders Appoint a Director of Fair Employment
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Harriet G. Jenkins, United States Congress Senate Office of Fair Employment Practices
Philadelphia MOVE Member Released from Prison; to Seek Freedom for Others
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Ramona Africa, MOVE (Organization), Philadelphia (Pa.) (Police)
Whoopi Goldberg Becomes a Nun to Escape the Mob in Movie, 'Sister Act'.
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Whoopi Goldberg (American actress.)
Sister Act
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Emile Ardolino (Reviews), Sister act (Motion picture) (Reviews)
Violence Erupts During Funeral at Boston Church
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Funeral rites and ceremonies, Gangs, Boston (Mass.) (Crime, Religion)
Lee Counters Actor's Claim He and Singleton are to Blame for L.A. Rioting
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John Singleton (American film director and screenwriter.), Mickey Rourke (American actor.), Spike Lee (American film director, screenwriter and actor.), Los Angeles (Calif.) (Riots, 1992)
Wilson Pickett Agrees to Enter Rehab Center
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Wilson Pickett (American singer and songwriter.); 1941-2006, Drunk driving, Musicians (Alcohol use)
TV Actress Ja'Net DuBois to Appear on 'Arsenio'.
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Ja'net DuBois
The Arsenio Hall Show
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Arsenio Hall show (Television program) (Reviews)

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