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'Dangerous Man' Daniel Ellsberg Reflects

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Henry Louis Gates Uncovers 'Faces Of America'

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The golden mask of Tutankhamen is displayed at the Egyptian Museum in Cairo. New research suggests that the famous pharaoh suffered from numerous ailments, and probably spent much of his life in pain before dying at 19 from the combined effects of malaria and a broken leg. Amr Nabil/AP hide caption

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Frail And Sickly, King Tut Suffered Through Life

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King Tut Felled By Injury And Malaria, Not Murder

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'The Life, The Legend' Of Baseballer Willie Mays

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World War II Cartoons Come To Soldiers' Aid

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Two Editors Complete Author Ralph Ellison's Final Work

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Understanding Iran, 31 Years After Revolution

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'Birthright': The Astonishing Story Behind 'Kidnapped'

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Boy Scouts Prepared To Celebrate A Century

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40 Years Of 'Peace, Love And Sooouul'

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'Man In White' Reveals Twain's Haunted Final Years

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In The Same Boat: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill (from left) leaves Westminster Pier in 1942 with American politicians Harry Hopkins, John Winant and William Bullitt. At right is British Labor Party politician and First Lord of the Admiralty A.V. Alexander. Charles Trusler/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images hide caption

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Three Americans In London, Fighting For War

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Rachel Vilcan, Chitimacha cultural instructor, examines the new Rosetta Stone software for her tribe's "sleeping" language in a training room in Harrisonburg, Va. Larry Abramson/NPR hide caption

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Software Company Helps Revive 'Sleeping' Language

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