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Today in History for January 18th

Highlights of Today in History: Soviet Union breaks WWII Leningrad siege; Robert F. Scott reaches South Pole; Boston Strangler suspect Albert de Salvo convicted. (Jan. 18)
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Today in History

Today in HistoryToday is Friday, Jan. 27, the 27th day of 2017. There are 338 days left in the year.Today's Highlights in History:On Jan. 27, 1967, astronauts Virgil I. "Gus" Grissom, Edward H. White..
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Highlights of Today in History: U.S. Supreme Court legalizes abortion; Theodore Kaczynski pleads guilty; Queen Victoria dies; "The Crucible" opens;"Laugh-In" premieres.
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Highlights of Today in History: Iran releases American hostages; Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy innaugurated as President. (Jan. 20)
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Highlights of Today in History: Robert E. Lee born; Indira Gandhi elected prime minister of India;President Bill Clinton admits making false statements under oath;Singer Janis Joplin born; Dolly Parton..
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News video: Today in History for January 18th

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Highlights of Today in History: Soviet Union breaks WWII Leningrad siege; Robert F. Scott reaches South Pole; Boston Strangler suspect Albert de Salvo convicted. (Jan. 18)
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News video: Today in History for January 16th

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Highlights of Today in History: Start of Operation Desert Storm;Space Shuttle Columbia lifts off;Prohibition takes effect ;Shah of Iran flees into exile;musical "Hello Dolly" opens.
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Read Martin Luther King Jr.'s inspiring Nobel Peace Prize speech

Today in history, 51 years ago, Martin Luther King Jr. was award the Nobel Peace Prize.
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