President Ronald Reagan and his wife, Nancy Reagan, in the inaugural parade in Washington, D.C., in January 1981. In his speech after being sworn in, Reagan called government "the problem." AP hide caption

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How 'Government' Became A Dirty Word

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Mia Love, the Mayor of Saratoga Springs, Utah, addresses the Republican National Convention in Tampa, Fla., on Tuesday. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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GOP Faces Uphill Battle For Black Vote

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City leaders are attempting to increase public access to Buffalo's waterways, long blocked by aging industrial ruins and polluted land. Daniel Robison for NPR hide caption

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Buffalo Cleans Up From Dirty Industrial Past

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In his book, Robert Sullivan considers, among other things, how little Emanuel Leutze's 1851 painting Washington Crossing the Delaware has in common with the actual historic crossing, which took place at night and during a snowstorm. Metropolitan Museum of Art/AP hide caption

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Following The Footnotes Of The Revolutionary War

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Michael Showalter, Christopher Meloni and A.D. Miles star in the 2001 comedy, Wet Hot American Summer. Amy Rice/The Kobal Collection/USA Films hide caption

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The Movie Kristen Bell Has 'Seen A Million Times'

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Art Garfunkel performs at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival in 2010. Barry Brecheisen/WireImage hide caption

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Garfunkel Defends His Art

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