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Nancy Reagan's Funeral
The former first lady was laid to rest alongside her husband, President Ronald Reagan.
Nancy Reagan, Former First Lady, Dies at 94
Former Actress, First Lady and Anti-Drug Advocate Known for her Devotion to Husband
Washington National Cathedral's Dean Wants to Remove Stained Glass Windows Showing Confederate Flag
For more than 60 years, two stained glass windows at the Washington National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. have displayed the image of the Confederate flag . Now, the church's dean is advocating to have the windows removed. The windows -- showing Confederate generals Robert E. Lee and Stonewall
War Letters From American History
ABC News' Martha Raddatz takes a look at some of the thousands of war letters collected by author Andrew Carroll.
'Men I Met in Bed': Meet a WWII USO Artist
Lila Oliver Asher traveled the country during World War II with the U.S.O., sketching portraits of hospitalized servicemen as part of the volunteer Hospital Sketching Program. The drawings were intended to provided entertainment for immobile soldiers. Asher, 93, compiled her sketches and letters in
Why Congressman Had Grim Crucifixion Posters on House Floor
Texas Rep. Louie Gohmert Was Skeptical of Muslim Prayer at Washington National Cathedral
Washington Monument's Re-Opening Day
Washington monument gets set to re-open after quake damage, the time lapse tape that tells the tale.
'This Week' Holiday Greetings
Thanks to John Donvan for that thanks to all of you for sharing part of your Sunday with us today and all year long. And before we go a big thank you to everyone here behind the scenes bring you this week every week. Have a happy safe and blessed new year. And. I. Okay.
DC Mayor Compares Lack of Autonomy to Struggles of Nelson Mandela
WASHINGTON–D.C. Mayor Vincent Gray compared the District of Columbia’s lack of autonomy and voting rights to the struggles Nelson Mandela endured, explaining Friday that residents connect so much with the South African leader because “we have not achieved full equality in this city.” “When we...
5 Things to Know This Morning
Your look at the five biggest and most buzz-worthy stories of the morning. 1. US Embassies to Close Amid Terrorist Threat U.S. embassies in a slew of Muslim countries will close on Sunday due to a credible and serious security threat. 2. Ohio Kidnapper Says He's 'Not a Monster' Ohio Kidnapper Ariel