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ORLANDO. Fla. -- On this date in history, Soviet troops liberate the Polish capital from German occupation.

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- From wire reports, here is the latest on the push by Iraqi forces to liberate cities from Islamic State control: Iraqi forces continued to battle Islamic State militants on this Saturday for control of the Mosul university complex, an area of psychological significance in the operation to liberate Iraq's second city from the extremists.

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Unexpected winter weather has hit Western states, as emergency crews gear up for more snow and flooding on this Wednesday. 

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ORLANDO, Fla. -- Here are the highlights chosen by Headline Surfer for Today in History on Jan. 11: 1964 The first government report warning by US Surgeon General Luther Terry reports that smoking may be hazardous to one's health and even lethal in the long run. 

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It was on this date of Jan. 7, 1999, that the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton bergan in the US Senate in the Monica Lewinsky scandal.

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The season's first major winter storm has dumped snow throughout southern New England and caused slippery road conditions. (Dec. 18)
 

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Dozens of Jordanians and Syrians gathered outside the Russian embassy in the Jordanian capital Amman on Sunday to protest against Russia's role in the Syrian War. (Dec. 18)

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More than a thousand people in Alaska braved the water temperature of 32 degrees to jump into a lake. The polar plunge was a benefit for Special Olympics Alaska, and was set to raise over $300,000 for the organization. (Dec. 18)

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The nation's vice president and a retired Marine Corps general were among the dignitaries, family members and other mourners who choked up Saturday during a memorial tribute to the late space hero John Glenn. (Dec. 17)

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U.S. Supreme Court upholds the relocation and detention of Japanese-Americans during World War Two; U.S. begins 12 days of heavy bombing of North Vietnamese targets; Steven Spielberg is born; Tchaikovsky's 'The Nutcracker' - publicly premieres in Saint Petersburg, Russia. (Dec. 18)

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