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George Wallace, Segregation and the Racial Divide

On this day in 1963, George C. Wallace, four-time governor of Alabama and four-time presidential hopeful, is sworn in as the 45th Governor of Alabama….

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A Man With a Gun in Dallas

On this day in 1963 John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States, was assassinated by sniper’s bullets at 12:30 p.m. in Dallas,…

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The Berlin Wall

On this day in 1961, in efforts to stem the tide of Cold War refugees attempting to leave East Berlin, the communist government of East…

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John F. Kennedy Remembered 50 Years After Assassination

This week marks the 50th anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. ABC News’ Martha Raddatz looks back at the legacy of the…

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Highlights of the United States v. Windsor (DOMA)

The first segment is not in chronological order, but arguably the most important, as it relates the likely outcome of these proceedings.  It is part of…

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Highlights and Commentary on Hollingsworth v. Perry at the Supreme Court

Here are the highlights of today’s Supreme Court hearing on marriage equality: MR. COOPER: Yes, Your Honor. The concern is that redefining marriage as a…

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