How Mormon Polygamy In The 19th Century Fueled Women's Activism

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Birth Home Of Martin Luther King Jr. Opens After Repairs In Time For Holiday

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President Americana Wax Museum Closes After Hot Presidential Election

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Pomp, Circumstance And Screw-Ups: Inaugurations Through The Years

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An archival view of Oak Ridge, Tenn. shows one of the three sites that has been included in the Manhattan Project National Historical Park. United States Department of Energy/Flickr hide caption

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Passions Flare Over Memory Of The Manhattan Project

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Obama Declares Site Of 1963 Church Bombing A National Monument

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The Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. addresses a crowd in Birmingham, Ala., in 1966. President Obama has designated an historic civil rights district in Birmingham as a national monument. JT/AP hide caption

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Marie-Antoine Carême began his hardscrabble life in Paris during the French Revolution, but eventually his penchant for design and his baking talent brought him fame and fortune. Wikipedia hide caption

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Veteran British war correspondent Clare Hollingworth, who broke the story that the World War II had begun, celebrates her 100 birthday during a party at the Foreign Correspondents' Club in Hong Kong in 2011. She celebrated her 105th birthday there this past October. Laurent Fievet/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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President Obama, seen on his way to board Air Force One, will deliver his farewell address on Tuesday night in Chicago. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Obama's Farewell Address: How Presidents Use This Moment Of Reflection

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Why Generals Need Congressional Waivers To Become Defense Secretary

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How English Came To Be The Dominant Language In Science Publications

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A statue of a girl symbolizing Korean "comfort women" is unveiled last week during a ceremony in front of the Japanese Consulate in Busan, South Korea. The Asahi Shimbun/Getty Images hide caption

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President-elect Donald Trump is at odds with leaders in his own party over how to respond to cyberattacks that U.S. intelligence has tied to Russia. Don Emmert/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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