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Highlights of this day in history: The Lusitania sunk in World War I; Nazi Germany signs surrender in World War II; Vietnam's Battle of Dien Bien Phu; Composer Peter Illych Tchaikovsky born; Glenn Miller records 'Chattanooga Choo-Choo.' (May 7)

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A government-sanctioned protest was held in Moscow on Saturday to mark the fifth anniversary of an anti-government demonstration during which protesters were held and charged. (May 6)

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Raquel Welch -- who appears in the new comedy "How to be a Latin Lover" -- says she pushed back for years against producers who wanted her to act or pose nude: "There is no need to get so personal with it." (May 5)

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Published on May 1, 2017

The New York Mets placed starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard on the 10-day disabled list with a partial tear of his right lat muscle, the team announced Monday.

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Several protesters and at least one police officer were injured during clashes on the sidelines of a May Day workers' march in Paris on Monday. (May 1)

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Parts of the Midwest and the South were recovering Monday after a weekend round of storms, winds, hail and isolated tornadoes killed at least 14 people. (May 1)

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President George W. Bush announces major combat has ended in Iraq; U2 spy plane shot down over Soviet Union; Empire State Building dedicated. (May 1)
 

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Quentin Tarantino admits he doesn't know how he thought up the idea for 'Reservoir Dogs' at a 25th anniversary screening at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York. (May 1). 

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Burt Reynolds makes a rare public appearance for Tribeca Film Festival premiere of his latest movie, "Dog Years." (April 24)
 

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Workers in New Orleans began removing the first of four prominent Confederate monuments early Monday. Crews began removing the first memorial, one that commemorates whites who tried to topple a biracial post-Civil War government in New Orleans. (April 24)

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