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Have you ever wanted to hold onto a toy hoping that it might be worth lots of money someday? Well, you might not be wrong—collectibles have been selling at record-breaking prices recently.

Last month, a factory-sealed copy of Super Mario Bros. sold for $2 million—the most expensive video... Read more

Old black and white photo with crowd in front of White House. Warren G. Harding is standing in front.
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Top Photo: Inauguration of President Warren G. Harding in 1921 Photo credit: wikimedia.org

Every four years, the new President of the United States RECITES a 35-word oath and is sworn in to... Read more

Amy Coney Barrett in judge's robe
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Amy Coney Barrett was sworn in as the newest justice of the United States Supreme Court on Oct. 27.

The Supreme Court dates all the way back to 1789! Article III of the United States Constitution establishes the federal judiciary and allows... Read more

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Four American astronauts who will be in orbit on Election Day will be voting from space. This is not the first time that voting from space has happened. 

One of the astronauts, Kate Rubins, is an Expedition 63/64 crew member and will leave for her mission to the International Space... Read more

Chad Boseman
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Chadwick Boseman, known to millions as Black Panther, died of cancer Aug. 28 at the age of 43. Boseman portrayed real-life American heroes and legends like Jackie Robinson, James Brown and Thurgood Marshall, but he will forever be remembered for his DIGNIFIED role as a fictional... Read more

U.S. Rep. John Lewis
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America honored one of its greatest Civil Rights leaders last month after U.S. Rep. John Lewis lost his six-month battle with cancer on July 17. He was 80.

Lewis dedicated his life to peacefully pursuing equal rights for Americans and fighting discrimination. As a young man growing up in... Read more

Retardant dumped by plane. USWS photo by Tim Peterson
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Top Photo: Retardant dumped by plane. USWS photo by Tim Peterson

While wildfires play an important role in maintaining a diverse and healthy ecosystem, three major blazes helped along by hot, dry and... Read more

Dubbed the Demo-2 Mission, on board were long-time astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, heading for the International Space Station (ISS)
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CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla.—Lightning delayed the launch by a few days, but when the 260-foot rocket powered its way into the sky on May 30, a long drought for America ended.

Dubbed the Demo-2 Mission, on board were long-time astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley, heading for the International... Read more

Earth model made of clay.
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Earth Day was created in 1970 in hopes of bringing about environmental reform in America. It was started by Sen. Gaylord Nelson, from Wisconsin, after he learned about a terrible oil spill off the coast of California in 1969. He worked with Pete McCloskey, a Congressman, and Denis Hayes, a young... Read more

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