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Presidents Day 2015: 12 Things You Didn't Know About Past US Commanders in Chief
Presidents Day is the federal holiday reserved for honoring the leading men of our country. It’s officially "Washington's Birthday," but the name has evolved informally over the years to honor not just the first president, but all 43 of them. Keeping this theme in mind, here are 12 fun facts you
10 Facts About the Washington Monument as It Reopens
The Washington Monument is back in business. After a nearly three-year, $15 million renovation to repair damage caused by the earthquake that shook its foundation in August 2011, the iconic marble tower reopened during a ceremony Monday morning, allowing the first visitors to travel to the top
Billionaire Twins Abused Like Slaves by Dad
Child abuse isn't pretty, no matter how much money you have. Twins Georgia and Walker "Patterson" Inman III, now 15, are set to inherit $1 billion when they are 21. But in the meantime, the two, who are the only surviving heirs of Doris Duke, have been to hell and back, according to an interview in
This Week in History April 22-26
From Earth Day to the Iran Hostage Crisis, April has seen some of the best and the worst incidents history has to offer. Take a look at what has happened in decades and centuries past for the week of April 22 to 26. April 22 1970: First Earth Day Celebration Sen. Gaylord Nelson, D-Wis., planted the
Presidents Day: Bipartisan Views on Greatness
Presidents Day fact: Historians generally agree that Abraham Lincoln was the greatest U.S. president. President Obama seems to agree, too. He announced his first run for president from the steps of the state house in Springfield, Ill., and laced it with references to No. 16....
Top Inaugural Gaffes
Inaugurations Do Not Always Go as Planned. Here Are a Few of the Most Memorable Gaffes
Despite Hurricane Sandy, America's Oldest Seaside Hotel Stays Open
By TERRY MORAN, BRANDON BAUR and LAUREN EFFRON As Hurricane Sandy continues to batter Cape May, N.J., with high winds and flooding, there is one business in town that is determined to stay open and ride it out. The Congress Hall Hotel in Cape May, the...
Natalie Wood Dead at 43
Ms. body was found floating in a shallow lagoon off Catalina Island. She and her husband Robert Wagner had returned to his boat after dinner on the island with friends but she apparently took a small for a ride. After a seven hour search fully clothed body was found. Natalie wood's first starring
'This Week' Transcript: Former President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush, Lt. General Ken Keen and USAID Chief Rajiv Shah.
Transcript: "This Week" with Former President Bill Clinton and President George W. Bush.