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The other side of the Fourth of July

July 4, 2013 By Rachel Bradshaw

The Fourth of July was not always a cause for celebration for all people living in America.

"I have a dream" memorial becomes a reality

August 24, 2012 By Rachel Bradshaw

The Martin Luther King, Jr., memorial is located on the Tidal Basin, creating a visual line of leadership between the Lincoln Memorial and the Jefferson Memorial. The memorial’s location identifies King as a integral leader in American history.

How to say "good-bye" like a president

August 22, 2011 By Rachel Bradshaw

Exiting the stage was on George Washington's mind in the summer of 1796.

Yes, they actually said that: top 10 quotes from the debt debate

August 1, 2011 By Rachel Bradshaw

President Obama described the showdown as a "partisan three ring circus."

Aaron Burr to Alexander Hamilton: make my day

July 11, 2011 By Rachel Bradshaw

After decades of rivalry, Burr and Hamilton would settle once and for all the matter of their reputations and legacies.

How the signers became "founding fathers"

June 19, 2011 By Rachel Bradshaw

On this Fathers Day, learn why we call the men who wrote and signed the Constitution "founding fathers" and learn where the term originated.

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