Feb. 17, 2020 - Two of the nation's most revered presidents share February as their birth month - George Washington, the nation's first president and Abraham Lincoln, the nation's sixteenth president.
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Week of February 17petulant: adjective; rebellious, not agreeable or easy to work with;
Hubble Telescope reveals chemistry and fireworks of double-star
undeniable: adjective; cannot be denied or acknowledged;
WWII hero honored on MLK Day
unonditional: adjective; without any conditions, requirements, rules;
Liberation of Paris - 75th anniversary
Today In History
February 181968: Molly Ringwald, actress who appeared in The Breakfast Club, was born in Roseville, California.
1957: Vanna White, TV personality on Wheel of Fortune, was born in Conway, South Carolina.
1892: Wendall Willkie, presidential nominee of the Republican Party in 1940, was born in Elwood, Indiana. He lost to Franklin D. Roosevelt (FDR).
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