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This Means War: Conflict Photography at the Museum of Fine Arts - LightBox

Happy ending: 'Bud' Krogh (right) was instrumental in making sure The King could get into the Oval Office

The REAL story of how Elvis met Nixon (and brought a loaded gun)

Pop culture and politics collided on December when the King of Rock & Roll, Elvis Presley, visited President Richard Nixon in the White House Oval Office. The may have been many things, but boring sure wasn't one of them.

Elvis and Nixon

President Richard Nixon and Elvis Presley in The Oval Office White House - December 1970

From Bill Clinton to Kelley Paul: A Definitive Guide to our Next First Lady…Or Man | Vanity Fair

The Definitive, Categorical, Alphabetical Guide to our Next First Lady…Or Man

Ankara, Turkey — A man expresses his grief in front of the portrait of a relative killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan, during a ceremony at a military base in Ankara. A Turkish helicopter crashed into a house on the outskirts of Kabul on March 17, killing 12 Turkish soldiers and two Afghan civilians in what appeared to be Ankara's deadliest incident in Afghanistan.    PHOTOGRAPH BY: ADEM ALTAN / AFP / GETTY IMAGES

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Ankara, Turkey — A man expresses his grief in front of the portrait of a relative killed in a helicopter crash in Afghanistan, during a ceremony at a military base in Ankara. A Turkish helicopter crashed into a house on the outskirts of Kabul on March 17, killing 12 Turkish soldiers and two Afghan civilians in what appeared to be Ankara's deadliest incident in Afghanistan. PHOTOGRAPH BY: ADEM ALTAN / AFP / GETTY IMAGES

Michelle Obama’s kindergarten class picture. Michelle Obama stands on the third row (second from the right) and her first kiss, Dr. Theodore Ford, stands on the back row (second from the left).

Michelle Obama’s kindergarten class picture. Michelle Obama stands on the third row (second from the right) and her first kiss, Dr. Theodore Ford, stands on the back row (second from the left).

Trump Asks, 'If We Have [Nuclear Weapons], Why Can't We Use Them?' That is the most terrifying thing he's said.

During a foreign policy briefing several months ago, Trump asked three times in an hour, "If we have them, why can't we use them?

Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton

In the final months of his life, Richard Nixon quietly advised President Bill Clinton on navigating the post-Cold War world, new documents show.

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