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Black Lawmakers Stand by President to Win New Budget
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Bill Clinton; 1946- (Relations with Congress), Congressional Black Caucus, Budget (United States)
Franchise Owner Sues Wendy's for $150 Million Claiming Bias Against Black Franchisees
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Theldon Branch, Wendy's International Inc, Blacks in fast food restaurant management
Georgia Senator Ralph David Abernathy III Indicted for Fraud
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Ralph D. Abernathy (American clergyman and civil rights leader); 1926-1990 (Trials, litigation, etc), Political corruption (Georgia)
Richard Pryor Honored with First Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
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Richard Pryor (American comedian.); 1940-2005, Mark Twain Prize
Blacks Give President Clinton Most Credit for Their Improved Finances
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Bill Clinton; 1946- (Public relations), Blacks (Economic conditions)
Hampton Graduate Makes Mark at White House in African Affairs
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Bill Clinton; 1946- (Appointees, advisers, staff, etc), Robin Renee Sanders, United States National Security Council, United States (Foreign relations, Africa), Africa (Foreign relations, United States)
Toll Rises to at Least 700 in Nigerian Pipeline Blast
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Gasoline pipelines (Accidents and explosions, Nigeria)
NBA Players Have Lost Millions in Salary Since Lockout Began; Knicks' Ewing Hit Hardest
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National Basketball Association, Basketball players (Salaries), Collective bargaining (Basketball, Professional), Lockouts (Basketball, Professional)
Coroner's Report Reveals Flo Jo Died of Suffocation After Epileptic Seizure
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Florence Griffith Joyner (American sprinter.); 1959-1998, Epilepsy, Asphyxia
Darryl Strawberry Inspires Yankees to Sweep San Diego Padres in World Series
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Darryl Strawberry, New York Yankees (Baseball team), San Diego Padres (Baseball team), World Series (Baseball)

Harassment Suit Against Montel Williams Dropped
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Montel Williams, Sexual harassment in the entertainment industry
Jazz Great Charlie Parker Gets New Grave Site in Kansas City, MO.
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Charlie Parker (American jazz saxophonist); 1920-1955 (Tomb)
Recipe of the Week
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Cooking (Pork)
South Africa's First Major Census Reveals Country's Poverty and Racial Division
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South Africa (Census)
Radio Host Tom Joyner Among Seven Inducted Into the Radio Hall of Fame in Chicago
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Tom Joyner (American disc jockey.); 1942-, Radio Hall of Fame
In Autobiography 'Truly Blessed' Teddy Pendergrass Talks about . .
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Teddy Pendergrass (American soul singer.)
Mama Flora's Family
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Mama Flora's family (Television program) (Reviews)

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