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Atlanta Swears in Shirley Franklin as the City's First Female Mayor
Shirley Franklin; 1945-., Atlanta (Ga.) (Politics and government)
Insurance Company Nears Settlement to Pay Blacks Up to $45 Million
Life Insurance Co. of Georgia, Discrimination in insurance, Georgia (Race relations)
Black Marines Killed in Crash During Afghanistan Conflict
Jeannette Winters (American Marine killed in Pakistan); 1976-2002 (Death and burial), Stephen Bryson (Marine); d. 2002 (Death and burial), United States Marine Corps (Blacks), Hercules (Turboprop transports) (Accidents), Afghanistan (History, Casualties, Anti-terrorist operations, 2001-)
Son Discovers WWI Hero Father, Buried at Arlington Cemetery
Henry Johnson (American soldier.); 1897-1929, Medal of Honor, World War, 1914-1918, Arlington National Cemetery (Va.)
How Important is Spirituality to Good Health?
Spirituality, Faith cure
New Trial Ordered for Two Accused of Slaying During 1991 Crown Heights Riot
Yankel Rosenbaum (Murder), Lemrick Nelson (Jr.) (Trials, litigation, etc), Charles Price (Trials, litigation, etc), Crown Heights (New York, N.Y.) riots, 1991, Brooklyn (New York, N.Y.) (Criminal justice, Administration of)
Ozzie Smith Voted in to the Baseball Hall of Fame
Ozzie Smith; 1954-., National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum
Garrison Hearst's Inspiring Return to Football Earns Him Comeback Player of the Year Award
Garrison Hearst; 1971-., San Francisco 49ers (Football team)
Enraged Shaq Throws Punch During Losing Effort Against Bulls
Shaquille O'Neal (American basketball player.); 1972-, Chicago Bulls (Basketball team), Los Angeles Lakers (Basketball team), Basketball, Professional (Ethical aspects)
Eddie Murphy, Damon Wayans, TV's 'My Wife & Kids' are People's Choice
Eddie Murphy (American comedian and actor.), Damon Wayans (American comedian and actor.); 1960-, My wife and kids (Television program), People's Choice Awards

America Urged to Remember! Celebrate! Act! During King Holiday Observance
Martin Luther King Day
Soulful Ladies Alicia Keys, Destiny's Child and the Late Aaliyah Win Big at American Music Awards
Alicia Keys, Aaliyah; 1979-2001, Destiny's Child (Musical group), American Music Awards

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