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News Briefing: American Idol Raises More Than $30 Million for Charity

By Kate Golden on April 26, 2007No Comment
  • Andre Agassi, Lance Armstrong, and Mia Hamm are among 12 founders of the new nonprofit Athletes for Hope.  [Associated Press]
  • American Idol raises $30 million for young people in Africa and the United States.  [Reuters]
  • Eli Broad and Bill Gates join forces to begin a $60 million initiative to make education a priority in 2008 presidential race.  [New York Times]
  • Smithsonian to charge admission to Butterfly Pavilion for the first time.  [Washington Post]
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