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Led by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, the group used a high-tech vessel and historic ship logs to locate the famed World War II cruiser's remains.
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The iconic, punchy drum beat of the era almost never came to be.
The University of Texas at Austin quietly removed four their Confederate statues overnight.
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"During World War II we rushed to develop nuclear weapons to defeat the nazis," Oliver points out, "which, fun fact: all Americans agreed were bad at the time."