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Highlights of this day in history: President Ronald Reagan is wounded in an assassination attempt; The U.S. reaches a deal with Russia to buy Alaska Territory; Actor James Cagney dies; Musician Eric Clapton born. (March 30)

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Friends and family of late pop star George Michael gather at London's Highgate Cemetery for funeral. (March 29)

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Twelve people were killed and three others were injured Wednesday when a pickup truck slammed head-on into a van carrying 14 senior members of a Texas Hill Country church on a two-lane highway in southwestern Texas, authorities said. (March 29)

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Highlights of this day in history: Julius and Ethel Rosenberg convicted of Cold War espionage; Lt. William Calley, Jr. convicted in the Vietnam War's My Lai massacre; U.S. troops leave South Vietnam; Attorney Johnnie Cochran dies. (March 29)
 

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Highlights of this day in history: An accident at the Three Mile Island nuclear power plant; former President Dwight Eisenhower dies; The Spanish Civil War ends; Maria von Trapp of 'Sound of Music' fame dies; Singer Reba McEntire born. (March 28)
 

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Authorities in Cape May County rescued a marine mammal that found itself in some trouble. The North Wildwood Fire Department stepped in to help one dolphin that could not get back out to sea. (March 21)

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The YouTube channel All5 counts down its rankings of the five smallest cars inthe world.

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Former San Francisco 49ers wide receiver Dwight Clark took to Twitter to announce he has been diagnosed with ALS.

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Actresses reveal how they've survived some of their biggest wardrobe challenges. (March 20)
 

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Junk food rules as the YouTube channel Top Tenz counts down the Top 10 countries or territories with the most obese populations in the world.

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