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Oregon remembers RFK 40 years later

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“Never underestimate the power of your example.” ~Barack Obama at The Barnard College 2012 Commencement

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President Clinton reunites with 14-year-old Bill Clinton, who was named after the president during his visit to Uganda. (via Reddit!)

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On January 23, 1997, Madeleine Albright—an accomplished diplomat, author, and champion for humanitarian causes—was sworn in as the first woman U.S. secretary of state. After Saddam Hussein’s press called her an “unparalleled serpent,” she wore a snake brooch to their next meeting, beginning her tradition of using her brooch collection to convey foreign policy messages.

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Born September 1, 1933, Ann Richards was the first woman to be elected governor of Texas in her own right. But she was more than a glass ceiling breaker herself—her mission was to open up the government to everyone and to leave no one behind. A feminist icon who told it like it is, we’re celebrating Ann for her commitment to fighting for women and families.

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Marcus Paige's spectacular Senior Night speech brings Roy Williams to tears

The Tar Heels guard delivered a touching speech after a win over Syracuse on Senior Night.

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