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Published Date: 7/11/2014
The unofficial office of first lady has been held by many women, each bringing her own unique interpretation of the role. We invite you to learn more about the incredible lives of first ladies in our slideshow...
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Published Date: 3/26/2014
Tragedy struck Washington state on Saturday morning when a landslide from the Cascade Mountains engulfed the small towns of Oso and Darrington, north of Seattle. Without warning, a massive wall of mud and earth swept down the mountainside, destroying homes and burying...
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Published Date: 2/14/2014
Ever wonder if you have what it takes to be president of the United States of America? You can find out by running for office, winning and then being tested by the demands of the presidency. Or you can simply take our presidents personality quiz to see which U.S....
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Published Date: 2/14/2014
Washington, D.C. can be a dog-eat-dog place, which may explain why so many presidents keep a faithful four-legged friend around. Dog or cat or horse, having a pet can make life better and more bearable, even for the commander in chief. See some of the furriest...
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Published Date: 1/16/2014
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. said about himself, "In the quiet recesses of my heart, I am fundamentally a clergyman, a Baptist preacher." Today we remember him as a martyr for the civil rights struggle, a voice for peace, and an American hero, thanks in large part...
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Published Date: 1/1/2014
The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. addressed an assembled crowd of thousands on June 23, 1963, in Detroit, Mich., just two months before the historic March on Washington. About 125,000 people gathered for what was, at that point, the largest single civil rights...
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