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As a photographer he shot defining images of Southern California; as an editor he looked for images that told stories about the world.
Noel Ignatiev, a historian who wrote “How the Irish Became White” and co-edited the journal Race Traitor, dies at 78.
The soft-spoken former NBC entertainment executive Rick Ludwin wasn’t a household name. But he gave a big boost to a little gem that became “Seinfeld.”
Charles Rogers, a former star wide receiver at Michigan State who was selected No. 2 overall in the 2003 NFL Draft by the Detroit Lions, has died at 38.
Gregory A. Adams, an executive vice president at Kaiser Permanente, was named interim chairman and CEO by the board.
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