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A history of climbing Mount Everest
by Borgna Brunner Sir Edmund Hillary poses with Sherpa climber Tenzing Norgay at Everest base. Climbers who die on the mountain are… Learn about the symbolism, origin of names, and other interesting tidbits about Breaking Dawn Related Links Twilight Page Twilight Quiz Biography of… World News | Disasters & Science News Here's a slideshow depicting the major U.S. news events of November 2016. 1. Two Police Officers Killed in Iowa in Separate Attacks 2.… A sparse corner of a packed country
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Here are the key events in United States news for the month of January, 2009.
Richardson Withdraws Nomination for secretary of commerce (Jan. 4): Governor Bill… The Iditarod Alaska's marathon sled-dog race by Erin Teare The first Saturday in March marks the beginning of the Iditarod, a one thousand mile sled dog race across Alaska's harsh…