History In Pictures
History In Pictures
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Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" has been covered by more than 300 artists in a variety of genres and become a staple of TV singing shows. Not bad for a song that Cohen's own record label hated.

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In 1963, Coca-Cola debuted TaB, a one-calorie diet soda that came in a pink can and promised women the chance to “have a shape he can’t forget.” 

Now, Coke is discontinuing the product after nearly 60 years.

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Every four years, people talk about the oddness of the Electoral College, often leading to questions of whether it can change or reverse the results of an election.
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Just behind Lincoln's hairline sits a massive chamber. What's inside may never be seen by human eyes again.
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Whether it's leaving playing cards or bullets, or drinking a cognac toast, there are a variety of traditional ways to pay tribute at famous tombs.
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In a 1983 interview clip, David Bowie is shown criticizing MTV for ignoring Black musicians in favor of white artists.
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The General Mills monster cereals have been a hit for decades--aside from Franken Berry doing strange things to a kid's poop.
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More than 200 years ago, one of history's most bizarre disasters befell London when a 15-foot wave of beer flooded an entire neighborhood.
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Revisit the original 'Halloween' to see how many deeper nuances were hiding just below the surface of John Carpenter’s sublime terror. https://t.co/GAEmteLtLo
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Who knew that certain noises would eventually become as extinct as the dodo or the flash cube some day?
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He might not show up in history books, but for one day David Rice Atchison was President of the United States.
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Abbot “Abbie” Howard Hoffman, one of the most well-known figures of the Flower Power movement, was a bombastic and theatrical figure who often used absurd media stunts to get his points across.
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Here’s the history behind the four-year limit, plus answers to all your other questions about presidential terms.
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Joseph Lee was sick of seeing slightly stale bread get tossed in the trash, so he found a way to give it a second life.
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