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In 2014, the Supreme Court unexpectedly cleared the way for a dramatic expansion of gay marriage in the United States, and more events that ha…

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In 2011, Steve Jobs, the Apple founder and former chief executive who’d invented and master-marketed ever sleeker gadgets that transformed eve…

ATLANTA — Jan Keith has done plenty of reading throughout her 32 years in Atlanta's Inman Park neighborhood. She is part of book clubs, loves historical fiction, has dozens of used books and frequents the neighborhood’s A Cappella Books. The bookstore, with a large used book selection, mirrors the changing neighborhood, Keith said, with surprises around every corner. Like Inman Park, she ...

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Most Myrtle Beach attractions tend to be intentional, placed on or near the beach on purpose. The Grand Strand’s newest attraction was brought to shore by a force of nature — Hurricane Ian. A shrimp trawler, named the Shayna Michelle, washed ashore on Friday after losing power the day before the storm arrived, according to a GoFundMe set up to help pay for the boat’s removal. “Holden Beach ...

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In 2010, the Supreme Court began a new era with three women serving together for the first time as Elena Kagan took her place at the end of th…

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In 1995, the jury in the O.J. Simpson murder trial in Los Angeles found the former football star not guilty of the 1994 slayings of his former…

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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte announced he was retiring from politics and dropping plans to run for vice president in elections in 2022…

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Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor denied an emergency appeal from a group of teachers to block New York City’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate fo…

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Mike Trout of the Los Angeles Angels became the first rookie in Major League history to hit 30 home runs and steal 40 bases in a season as the…

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One year ago: In a major victory for pop star Britney Spears, a judge in Los Angeles suspended the singer’s father from the conservatorship th…

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Barack and Michelle Obama dug shovels into the ground during a celebratory groundbreaking for the Obama Presidential Center along Lake Michiga…

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SAN DIEGO — How big is author Mathew Klickstein's new oral history of San Diego Comic-Con? As big as it needs to be. Released earlier this month on Fantagraphics Books, the epically titled "See You At San Diego: An Oral History of Comic-Con, Fandom, and the Triumph of Geek Culture" is nearly 500 pages long and features more than 400 photos and graphics. It has a massive cast of interviewees ...

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