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Dr. Jack Kevorkian, Assisted Suicide Crusader, Dead at 83

Dr. Jack Kevorkian, the controversial supporter of assisted suicide, died this morning at a hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan. He was 83.

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Macho Man Randy Savage Has Died At 58 [UPDATE]

The Macho Man Randy Savage has been reported to have died in a car accident by TMZ. The former professional wrestler died in a car crash at 9:25 this morning in which he struck a tree with his Jeep Wrangler in his hometown of Tampa. His wife was also with him but only suffered minor injuries. Our hearts go out to his friends and family. Randy was 58.

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President Obama’s First Interview Since The Death Of Osama Bin Laden [VIDEO]

Last week, the United States Government announced the killing of the most wanted terrorist, Osama bin Laden. 60 Minutes anchor Steve Kroft was able to sit down to for President Barack Obama's first interview since the operation that took down the Taliban Leader. Topics discussed are the intelligence and preparations that lead up to the highly successful mission. Video of the interview inside.

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Osama bin Laden Dead: Recapping 24 Unforgettable Hours in History

A late-night announcement made from the White House's East Room on Sunday set the world aflutter, and news of the death of Osama bin Laden quickly spread across the globe.

President Barack Obama announced Sunday night that bin Laden had been killed and his body taken into U.S. custody in Pakistan.

Word of the death of Al Qaeda's leader quickly spread, and politicians, celebrities and athletes began releasing statements while crowds gathered across the country in celebration of bin Laden's death.

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Celebrities and Politicians React to Osama bin Laden’s Death on Twitter

As news of Osama bin Laden's death spread across the globe Sunday night, celebrities and politicians took to the Internet with quick responses to the news.

From Charlie Sheen to Donald Trump, the sentimentality shared was the same. Celebrities poured their American pride and thoughts for the victims of 9/11 into their tweets. Both celebrities and politicians extended accolades to the administration and to the United States military. Several celebrities injected their senses of humor into the news.

We've compiled some of the more notable tweets released in the hours following President Barack Obama's announcement. Check them out after the jump.

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Sports Fans Cheer bin Laden’s Death With “U-S-A!” Chant [VIDEO]

Most people watching 'ESPN's Sunday Night Baseball' game between the Philadelphia Phillies and the New York Mets knew that the reason the crowd suddenly erupted into cheers was because they had just found out Osama Bin Laden had been shot dead by American special forces.

The players on the field, however, had no idea. "I really didn't understand what was going on there for a minute," said Phillies pitcher Cliff Lee, whose team wound up losing 2 to 1 in 14 innings.

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FBI Updates Most Wanted Lists to Reflect Osama bin Laden’s Death

Now that Osama (Usama) bin Laden has been killed, the FBI has updated its Most Wanted Terrorists list, officially marking him as "DECEASED."

Nine other terrorists remain on the list, including bin Laden's deputy, Ayman Al-Zawahiri.

The FBI also updated its 10 Most Wanted Fugitives list to reflect yesterday's news.

Check out a direct look at the FBI's Most Wanted Terrorists list after the jump.

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Man Dies, Leaves $1 Million Worth of Comic Books Behind

After Gary Dahlberg passed away in a fire last year, his loved ones were left with what seemed like a burden: stacks upon stacks of comic books that filled an entire spare bedroom.

What they didn't know, however, was just how valuable those books were.

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Elizabeth Taylor: A Legendary Life in Photos

Elizabeth Taylor, who died Wednesday in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure, was one of Hollywood's most famous and popular stars, with roles in such classic movies as 'Giant,' 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?' and 'A Place in the Sun.'

Though health problems plagued her entire career, Taylor proved to be one of Hollywood's biggest survival stories, earning two Best Actress Oscars and a slew of other awards and recognition from her peers.

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Elizabeth Taylor Dead at 79

Legendary actress Elizabeth Taylor, who for decades captivated audiences with her beauty and talent, died Wednesday in Los Angeles of congestive heart failure, the AP has confirmed. She was 79.

The British-born actress, who appeared in over 50

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