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Featured Gallery:

War and Remembrance:
Almost 50 years after the Korean war, veterans of the U.S. Army's 7th Cavalry unit, pictured, face the memory of a civilian massacre in the village of No Gun Ri. (Corbis_Bettman/UPI)
  The 7th Cavalry

G a l l e r y   A r c h i v e :

On the Trail: Online photo essays follow the candidates and the country throughout the campaign for the White House. Nov.-December 1999

Hurricane Floyd: The Floyd photo gallery chronicles the storm and its aftermath. September 1999

JFK Jr.: The son of President Kennedy is remembered through photos of his life, from his White House boyhood to the mourning surrounding his death in a plane crash. July 1999

Picking Up the Pieces: Deadly tornadoes swept across Oklahoma and Kansas. May 1999

Colorado Shooting: Remembering the deadliest school massacre in U.S. history at Columbine High in Littleton, Colo. April 1999

Three Mile Island: A look back at memorable images from 1979, when a power plant on Pennsylvania's Susquehanna River was the scene of the nation's worst commercial nuclear accident. April 1999

John Glenn, Then and Now: Images from the training of astronaut John Glenn – for Project Mercury in 1962 and Shuttle Discovery in 1998. October 1998

Quiet Courage: Retracing the events related to the fatal shooting of two U.S. Capitol Police officers. July 1998

Monterey Tides: An underwater visit to a world directly across the continent from Chesapeake Bay. June 1998

When the Bough Breaks [Foster Care Report]: A review of some of the lives touched by foster care. February 1998

Pathfinder: Mars Mission: Pathfinder's amazing close-up photos of the red planet. Summer 1997

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