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Hints of the Chavez to come are evident in U.S. News's coverage of his first electoral victory.
Despite what Bob Woodward says, Obama didn't invent the sequester.
Twenty years later, the scars of the World Trade Center bombing remain.
Lots of past winners are up for awards again this year.
The life of a history professor at the University of Wisconsin reminds us of our prior obligations and responsibilities.
No nightclub blaze rivaling the Station fire has occurred in the United States since.
In honor of MJ's 50th, an old U.S. News column offers a glimpse of his mortal beginnings.
The United States should recognize the birthday of our first president as a holiday on its own.
The National Geographic docudrama stays close to historical record.
The body of the infamous Teamsters president has been missing for nearly 40 years.