The Canadian-born broadcaster almost single-handedly made “Jeopardy!” one of the longest-lasting shows of its kind in TV history.

            He reported on the Chinese Communist Revolution and First Indochina War and later served as the administrator of the Pulitzer Prizes.

            He was held captive in Cambodia in 1970 and later wrote for Vanity Fair.

            The jowly actor appeared on stage and in film but was best known for his roles in British TV.

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            He represented Minnesota in Congress for nine terms and was chief sponsor of legislation that improved health coverage for those suffering from mental illness or chemical addiction.

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            On his watch, the implementation of Medicare spurred the desegregation of U.S. hospitals.

            The program was focused on families called to identify the remains of relatives.

            He received the Silver Star for disabling a German tank during World War II and went on to coach men’s soccer and tennis at U-Md. for decades.

            He wrote about Communist regimes and was critical of his parents, both of whom won the Nobel Prize.

            She led Ohio State to the 1993 NCAA title game and later coached the Washington Mystics.

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            Having learned Arabic, he was one of very few foreign correspondents to interview terrorist leader Osama bin Laden.

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            He was an Iraqi native who fought with the peshmerga, worked as a D.C.-area neurosurgeon and returned to his hometown as provincial governor of Kirkuk.

            He founded the Rance Allen Group with two of his brothers and drew on contemporary sounds for hits such as “Ain’t No Need of Crying.”

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            His charismatic swagger enlivened dozens of other movies including his Oscar-winning performance in “The Untouchables.”

            He shares pro football record by playing on six championship teams, four with Green Bay and two with Dallas.

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            Only 11 seconds into his college career, he was paralyzed by a spinal cord injury.

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            He caught 66 touchdown passes during a 13-year NFL career spent mostly with the Colts.

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            Often working from a white Dodge van, she distributed condoms, administered HIV tests and collected data that helped make sense of the AIDS epidemic in the early 1980s.

            His songs reflected a hardscrabble and sometimes violent life.

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            The Scottish-born actor, who was the first James Bond, has died in the Bahamas. He was 90.
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