Nicholas Katzenbach, 90, one of the "best and brightest" of the Kennedy and Johnson administrations, who helped shape civil rights legislation and Vietnam War policy.


In a GOP primary, six-term Senator Richard Lugar of Indiana; a moderate and a foreign policy expert, he lost to a Tea Party favorite, state treasurer Richard Mourdock.


A Ph.D. in leadership and education, by 15-time NBA All-Star Shaquille O'Neal; "Dr. Shaq," who also holds an M.B.A., says his next step is law school.


George Lindsey, 83, who added the term goober--a well-meaning goofball--to the vernacular with the dim Southern character of...

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