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  • War Hero and Astronaut John Glenn Dies at 95
    Glenn became the first American to orbit the Earth and later served four terms in the U.S. Senate. As a Marine fighter pilot, while flying 149 combat missions during World War II and the Korean War, he received praise for his ability to draw enemy fire and keep the plane flying with huge holes blown into its exterior. Most Americans remember Glenn for taking to space in 1962. Dubbed Friendship 7, Glenn's space capsule circled the Earth and put the United States on equal footing with the Soviet Union in the space race.
  • Hillary Clinton Returns to D.C., Condemns Fake News
    After nearly a month away from the spotlight, Hillary Clinton on Thursday returned to Capitol Hill for the first time since the election.
  • Donald Trump to Stay Producer on 'The Apprentice' as POTUS
    President-elect Donald Trump will remain an executive producer on the reality television show "The Apprentice" even after takes office next month.
  • Attorney: Dylann Roof's Mom Had Heart Attack During Trial
    Roof's attorney mentioned the heart attack in court documents asking for a mistrial saying a survivor's testimony was so emotional that 'spectators and even court personnel were crying with her.' U.S. District Judge Richard Gergel denied the mistrial request.
  • John Glenn: His Life in Pictures
    John Herschel Glenn Jr. flew into the history books on Feb. 20, 1962, when he became the first American to go into orbit.
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