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This Week in History: April 24-30
ABC News' Jonathan Karl looks back at great moments in history, politics and pop culture.
Here's What Happened the Last Time a US President Visited Cuba
President Obama and his family arrived in Cuba on Sunday, the first a sitting U.S. president has visited the island nation since 1928. The last and only American president to visit Cuba while in office was Calvin Coolidge , who traveled there in January 1928. (Former President Jimmy Carter visited
The Note: Primary Primer
NOTABLES --5 STORYLINES TO WATCH TONIGHT: Republicans will vote today in the Idaho, Michigan and Mississippi primaries and the Hawaii Republican caucuses. Democrats in Michigan and Mississippi are also holding their primaries. In total, 205 delegates are at stake for the two Democratic candidates.
Donald Trump Calls Comparisons to Adolf Hitler 'Terrible'
Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump says that he thinks comparing the tone of his campaign to that of Adolf Hitler is "terrible." "It’s a terrible comparison," he told ABC News' George Stephanopoulos on " Good Morning America " today, adding that he hadn't heard of the comparison yet.
Jeb Bush Appeals to Backers, as One Top Donor Runs Own Anti-Trump Ad
Republican candidate Jeb Bush has reached his campaign’s nadir, at least in respect to polling. A CNN/ORC national poll found that he had the support of only 3 percent of Republicans. For the establishment candidate once assumed to be the presumptive frontrunner, this is not good, to say the least.
Royal Baby Born Into New Era From Queen Elizabeth II
Kate Middleton and Prince William welcomed a baby boy today, weighing 8 lbs., 6 oz., the palace announced, to much celebration from royal fans across the world. The new heir, His Royal Highness Prince of Cambridge, is the third in line to the British throne , after grandfather Prince Charles and
Austrian Town Wonders What to Do with Hitler's Home
A debate has erupted in the tiny Austrian town of Braunau over what to do with the building where Adolf Hitler was born. The mayor said last week he wants it to become residential apartments, but many would like to see a memorial instead. The property has been vacant for over a year. The building,
Dec. 2, 1992: Elie Wiesel Visits Bosnia
One thing is common to all dictatorships. They present the illusion of stability. Mussolini made Italy's trains run on time. Hitler put millions of unemployed Germans back to work. Stalin and Khrushchev and Brezhnev the ethnic rivalries of the Soviet Union and Eastern Europe under control. What
Nobel Peace Prize Goes to Women's Activists Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Leymah Gbowee and Tawakul Karman
Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Leymah Gbowee and Tawakul Karman, who have fought tirelessly to organize women for human rights, shared the 2011 Nobel Peace Prize. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is the president of Liberia and the only elected female head of state in Africa. She is running for reelection to a second