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News | Died Long-time stunt pilot Eddie Andreini, 77, died on May 4 during an air show at Travis Air Force Base in Fairfield, Calif. Andreini, who had performed at…

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News | Died   Gene Estess, who left Wall Street to work with New York City’s homeless, died on April 9 after a six-month battle with lung cancer. Estess, 78,

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News | Hired   The Family Research Council has hired former NFL star and sportscaster Craig James as an assistant to the president. James, 53, is in the midst…

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News | Signed The San Jose Sharks signed a 17-year-old fan to a one-day contract to fulfill his dream of playing for the California hockey team. Sam Tageson, who was…

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News | Died Marshal Mohammed Fahim, 57, Afghanistan’s first vice president, died of a heart attack on March 9, less than a month ahead of the country’s…

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News | Died   Maria Franziska von Trapp, 99, the last surviving sibling of seven brothers and sisters portrayed in the Broadway musical and film The Sound of

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News | Born A Canadian woman gave birth to a healthy boy six weeks after she was declared brain dead from internal bleeding. “It is with a heavy heart but also…

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News | Died   U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander’s former chief of staff hanged himself in the basement of his parents’ Maryland home on Jan. 23, weeks after federal…

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News | Nominated “Alone Yet Not Alone,” sung by Joni Eareckson Tada, is in the running for a Best Original Song Oscar at the March 2 Academy Awards. The song,

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News | Died   Former Red Army sergeant Mikhail Kalashnikov, 94, creator of the AK-47, died on Dec. 23 in Russia. Kalashnikov grew up in a peasant family but…

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News | Died Paul F. Crouch, controversial founder of the Trinity Broadcasting Network, died on Nov. 30 after a fight against degenerative heart disease. Crouch, his…

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News | Guilty   U.S. Rep. Henry Radel, R-Fla., received one year of probation after pleading guilty on Nov. 20 to a misdemeanor charge of possession of cocaine.

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