Kikue Takagi, left, narrowly survived the Hiroshima atomic bombing as a schoolgirl. She's now 84. Her second cousin is U.S. Rep. Mark Takano, a Democrat from southern California. His grandparents and parents were all placed in U.S. internment camps in World War II. In this photo from last year, they are at a restaurant in Hiroshima, where he visited her. Courtesy of Mark Takano hide caption

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With Shuttles Gone, Private Ventures Give Florida's Space Coast A Lift
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Examining Obama's Nuclear Legacy
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Hillary Clinton Supporters May Be Hiding In Plain View
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Cities Consider Privatizing TSA To Speed Up Checkpoints, But Would It?
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GOP Congressman Defends House Zika Funding Package
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