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YouTube video download / Donald Trump cartoon for 2018 White House Correspondents' Dinner, which the president skipped Saturday for the second time.

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YouTube download / AP video / President Harry Truman relieves Gen. Douglas Mcarthur of his command in Asia; Napoleon Bonaparte banished to Island of Elba; American soldiers liberate first Nazi concentration camp; Idi Amin deposed as Uganda's President; Apollo 13 blasts off (April 11).

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YouTube download / AP video / The White House says President Donald Trump thinks he can fire special counsel Robert Mueller, but isn't taking that step now. (April 10)

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YouTube download / AP video / AP National Security Writer Robert Burns lays out the range of options the Trump administration has available to it in response to the Assad regime's reported use of chemical weapons in Syria. ++NOTE Graphic photos of attack aftermath++ (April 10) .

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YouTube download / AP video / Teachers protesting for more classroom funding have finished a more than 100-mile weeklong march from Tulsa to Oklahoma City. The state's largest school districts will remain closed Wednesday for an eighth consecutive day (April 10).

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YouTube download / AP vide / Sen. Dianne Feinstein said Tuesday that she doesn't think repealing the Second Amendment is possible while speaking at a news conference in Los Angeles. She was responding to an essay written by retired Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens. (March 27)

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YouTube download / AP video / President Donald Trump said he signed a $1.3 trillion spending measure Friday, just hours after saying he was considering a veto. He said he's disappointed in the bill, but the "incredible" gains for the military outweighed the idea of a veto.

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YouTube download / AP video / Highlights of Today in History for March 19: US launches 2003 attack on Baghdad; Televangelist Jim Bakker quits ministry due to scandal; Nevada legalizes casino gambling; Bob Dylan's debut album is released. 

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YouTube download / ASP video / Highlights of this day in history for March 6: The Alamo falls; The Dred Scott decision brings America closer to Civil War; Renaissance artist Michelangelo born; Walter Cronkite leaves 'The CBS Evening News'; Ed McMahon and Rob Reiner born / 

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YouTube download / AP video / Fast-food giant McDonald's, which has relied on frozen patties since the 1970s, says workers will now cook up fresh beef on the grill when preparing its signature Quarter Pounders / March 6 /

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