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In 1848, at Wesleyan Chapel, in Seneca Falls, New York, Elizabeth Cady Stanton, a suffragist and abolitionist married to a co-founder of the Republican Party, submitted the Declaration of Sentiments, revolutionary
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Editor's note: This story contains language that some may find offensive. There's an old saying about the nation's capital (origin somewhat murky) — "If you want a friend in Washington, get a dog." But
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During a rally in Florida, Trump told supporters in the crowd the wrong date for election day. The date he mentioned is actually the start date of a trial against his defunct seminar program, Trump University.
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