Former First Lady Nancy Reagan Dead At 94Former First Lady Nancy Reagan has died at 94.
Celebrities React To Death Of 'Unforgettable' Singer Natalie ColeOn Friday, several celebrities posted tributes to singer Natalie Cole on Twitter, after learning of her passing.
Singer Randy Travis Out Of Surgery Following Stroke, Still CriticalCountry music star Randy Travis is out of surgery but remains in critical condition after suffering a stroke while at a Texas hospital, the singer's publicist said late Wednesday.
Parade Magazine's Jeanne Wolf Discusses Elizabeth Taylor's Life, CareerJeanne Wolf, contributing editor for Parade Magazine, visited KCAL9 Wednesday to discuss the life and death of actress Elizabeth Taylor.
Elizabeth Taylor Enters 2nd Month In LA HospitalElizabeth Taylor has entered her second month at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles, where she is being treated for symptoms of congestive heart failure.
Elizabeth Taylor Improving But Still Hospitalized Elizabeth Taylor's health is improving, but the Oscar winner is still hospitalized in Los Angeles.
Actress Elizabeth Taylor Remains HospitalizedThe 78-year-old actress remains at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center where she is being treated for congestive heart failure.
Heart-Troubled Elizabeth Taylor Remains HospitalizedElizabeth Taylor's treatment for congestive heart failure will likely cause her to spend another few days in a Los Angeles hospital, a spokeswoman for the Oscar-winning actress said.
Taylor Remains Hospitalized For Congestive Heart FailureElizabeth Taylor is likely to spend another few days in a Los Angeles hospital while being treated for congestive heart failure, a spokeswoman for the Oscar-winning actress said Sunday.
Liz Taylor Treated For Congestive Heart FailureElizabeth Taylor has been hospitalized for treatment of congestive heart failure. The Oscar-winning actress was at the Cedars-Sinai Medical Center Saturday, her spokeswoman Sally Morrison said.

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