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Today in History for January 19th

by Associated Press Videos 1:38 mins

Today in History for January 19th

by Associated Press Videos 1:38 mins

Highlights of Today in History: Poet and author Edgar Allan Poe is born; Indira Gandhi becomes India's first female prime minister; President Bill Clinton admits he lied under oath about Monica Lewinsky; Singers Dolly Parton and Janis Joplin are born.

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