Even New Year's Day in '54 looks dull. These women were waiting for a ferry in Liverpool. Bert Hardy/Hulton Archive hide caption

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Was April 11, 1954, Really 'The Most Boring Day'?
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The History Of The Term 'Cable'
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WikiLeaks: A Reminder Of The Pentagon Papers
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Boy An Icon For Childhoods Lost In Holocaust
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The legacy of U.S. Supreme Court Justice William J. Brennan Jr., shown on April 20, 1972, is spelled out in more than 1,300 legal opinions. John Rous/AP hide caption

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Justice Brennan: A Liberal Icon Gets Another Look
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Thanksgiving Origins: More Than Just 'Turkey Day'
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Graphic Novel Tells Grim Story Of Cuban Revolution
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Post Presidency, Roosevelt's Life Still Bully
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Pioneering Dusable Muesum Founder Dead At 93
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Carlos Eire is a professor of history and religious studies at Yale. Free Press hide caption

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Carlos Eire: A Cuban-American Searches For Roots
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'Nazis': A Word With Deep And Brutal Meaning
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