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View pictures from the state of Arizona on History. See images of famous locations that represent the state.
Washington, D.C.(10 Photos)
The capital of the United States, Washington, D.C., is home to many of the country's most iconic landmarks, including the White House, the Washington Monument and the U.S. Capitol.
Vietnam War(14 Photos)
The Vietnam War lasted longer than any other war in U.S. history and cost 58,000 American lives
John McCain: Back From the Dead
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A closer look at John McCain and his run for the US Presidency in 2008.
Election 2008: Barack Obama
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A look at Barack Obama's presidential campaign and historic win in the 2008 general election
The Road to War
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Over 25 years, the Vietnam conflict escalated from an attempt to stop the spread of communism into a full-scale war.
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Whether they volunteered or were drafted, 1 out of 10 soldiers did not survive Vietnam.
Path to the Podium: Barack Obama
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Follow Barack Obama's political journey from his early years to the White House.
Speeches & Audio (1)
John McCain Accepts Presidential Nomination
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On September 4, 2008, at the Republican National Convention, Sen. John McCain accepts his party's nomination for presidential candidate. In his speech he promises to change Washington and says he has just the right running mate to shake things up.
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A long-serving U.S. senator, John McCain was the 2008 Republican nominee for president.Go
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