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Beauty pageant

Behind the scenes at small-town America's beauty pageants

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Only in America: Save a duckling, get a ticket

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Ah, your friendly neighborhood SWAT team.

The militarization of America’s police

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Only in America: Whining about 'boring' prison meals

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When Richard Nixon took office, 25,000 Americans had already been killed in the Vietnam War.

Today in history: Nixon unveils 'The Nixon Doctrine'

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Seriously? You're going to eat this guy?

Why you shouldn't eat dog. Not even once.

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Van Buren helped found what became the Democratic Party.

Today in history: The death of 'Blue Whiskey Van'

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The man who led the Union army to victory went on to become president.

Today in history: The death of a Civil War hero

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The Marines' military exercises have picked up pace in Spain and Africa.

U.S. marines get ready for the next Benghazi

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Martin Van Buren (1782-1862), the 8th president of the United States.

Today in history: A former president falls into a coma

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It used to take a village.

Why are so many parents being arrested?

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Only in America: Toast selfies

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Only in America: A TSA agent's capital confusion

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The leaders of the Big Three during the Potsdam Conference. Left to right: British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, U.S. President Harry Truman, and Soviet leader Joseph Stalin.

Today in history: The plan for post-war Germany

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"American Odyssey"

When U.S. history became a little less black and white

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James Madison, the fourth president of the United States, circa 1809.

Today in history: A new U.S. capital is chosen

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California and Texas were the biggest winners.

10 cities booming with job growth

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