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May 18, 2001 | From Associated Press
Lynne Russell, probably the most visible anchor at CNN Headline News, is quitting the network after 18 years. Her final newscast will be today. Russell, 54, said she wanted more time to write and to be with her boyfriend, who's recovering from cancer surgery. "I've always loved it," she said. "But, you know, some things just have a shelf life. There have just been more days than ever before where I wanted to stay home, turn on the computer and write."
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May 18, 2001 | From Associated Press
Lynne Russell, probably the most visible anchor at CNN Headline News, is quitting the network after 18 years. Her final newscast will be today. Russell, 54, said she wanted more time to write and to be with her boyfriend, who's recovering from cancer surgery. "I've always loved it," she said. "But, you know, some things just have a shelf life. There have just been more days than ever before where I wanted to stay home, turn on the computer and write."
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September 7, 1996 | MYRNA OLIVER, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Dr. Keith P. Russell, champion of therapeutic abortion and better birth control methods who delivered more than 8,000 babies during a half-century career in obstetrics and gynecology, has died. He was 80. Russell, who retired from the staff of California Hospital Medical Center only weeks ago, died Monday in Los Angeles of heart disease.
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May 4, 2001 | HOWARD ROSENBERG
Many of us were stunned to learn recently that nude photos of Andrea Thompson were circulating on the Internet. This was a credibility issue, after all. Thompson had just been hired by CNN as an anchor for its Headline News channel after a year or so of prepping at a station in smallish Albuquerque, following an acting career that since 1997 had her playing Det. Jill Kirkendall on ABC's "NYPD Blue." Naturally she was on CNN's short list.
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May 2, 2004 | Scott Collins
Barry McCAFFREY was angrily shouting in the hallways at Fox News Channel. McCaffrey, the Gulf War general who served as President Clinton's drug czar, had been invited to discuss America's war on illegal drugs for the 1996 premiere of "The O'Reilly Report," a Fox talk show hosted by Bill O'Reilly.
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