On orders of his publisher and working with Alabama police, he wiretapped the civil rights leaders he covered.

He was “a Fred Astaire or Gene Kelly of street,” dancer and singer Toni Basil said.

She also wrote a memoir about her parents, anthropologists Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson.

Her organization was called COYOTE — short for Call Off Your Old Tired Ethics — but she and her associates also referred to themselves as a “loose union of women” or, winkingly, a “union of loose women.”

He became the nation’s longest-serving state Senate president, presiding for 33 years over his chamber in the General Assembly.

He later said his effusive 2015 letter extolling Donald Trump’s health was dictated by the future president.

Married for 50 years to Fred Rogers, she inspired Queen Sara, the royal lady of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe, and carried on his message of kindness after his death.

A longtime leader of the Western Shoshone Nation, she fought with the federal government for decades over ownership of her ancestral lands in central Nevada.

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She was a longtime Capitol Hill staffer for former senator Barbara A. Mikulski (D-Md.).

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With partner Roy Horn, they were among the most popular entertainers in Las Vegas.

She debated Merrick Garland as a teenager, clerked for Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and became only the second woman to receive tenure at Stanford Law School.

GOP presidential candidates sought the billionaire’s money and blessing at the “Adelson primary.”

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Blind since age 3, he used amanuenses to dictate sentences that he wrote in his head and revised out loud.

The California housewife was at the center of a 1973 PBS documentary series celebrated, or blamed, for ushering in the era of reality TV with its frank depiction of her private life.

If an opposing lawyer ‘gets up off the ground after I finish with them,’ he once said, ‘I haven’t done my job.’

Every seven years, he followed the lives of 14 British youths; he also made “Coal Miner’s Daughter,” “Nell” and other feature films.

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He wrote extensively on trade, monetary markets, climate change economics and the interdependence of nations in the world economy.

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The Dutch theoretical physicist won the Nobel for major contributions to the standard model of particle physics. He was a professor emeritus at the University of Michigan.

The Hall of Fame baseball manager made his players feel “like you could run through a brick wall.”

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After defecting in 1958, he became one of the first Chinese pianists to rise to the front ranks of classical music. His correspondence with his father, a leading intellectual in China, became a best-selling book after the Cultural Revolution.

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Jernagin, Percy J.

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Newman, Ethel

Newman, Stephen

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O'Keefe, Robert

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Price, Barbara

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Reichelt Jr., Roy

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Rhoads Jr., John

Rice, James

Ricketts, Dorothy E.

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Ryan, Francis

Ryan, John "jack"

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Sampson, Philip

Sandground Sr., Mark

Santee, Leslie

Savage, Bruce

Schanfield, Moses

Schultheis, Naomi

Schulz, Lynne

Schwartz Jr., Louis

Semmes Iii, Raphael "skip"

Shackelford, Tiffany

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Shedrick Sr., John

Shirley Jr., John

Siegel, Margot

Silbert, Joel

Simmons, Lorenza Domingues "lorri"

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Smith, Katherine Spaeth

Smith, Mary

Smith Jr., Robert "bob"

Sorzano, Jose

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Springwater, Kay

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Stevenson Iii, David L.

Stewart, Betty

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Tavenner, Joyce

Teague, Michael

Teel, Shawn

Thomas, Agnus

Thomas, Merrily

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Thomson, Ronald

Unger, Patricia

Varson, Robert "bob"

Vasta, Dorothy

Velasquez, Manuel

Verry, Sylvester

Von Walter, Johanna

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Warfield Jr., Harold

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Young, Florence

Young, Patricia

Young Sr., Robert

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