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What Happened On This Day, January 7th?

Which couple called it quits and made us stop believing in love?

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    Andrew Johnson
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    Andrew Johnson
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    Bill Clinton
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    Bill Clinton
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    George W. Bush
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    George W. Bush
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    Richard Nixon
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    Richard Nixon
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    Bill Clinton

    Clinton was put on trial for perjury and obstruction of justice. He was eventually acquitted and continued to finish his presidential term.

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    Tom Cruise
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    Tom Cruise
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    Matt Damon
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    Matt Damon
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    Johnny Depp
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    Johnny Depp
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    Nicolas Cage
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    Nicolas Cage
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    Nicolas Cage

    Actually the only Academy Award winner for Best Actor from this bunch, an image search for Cage online will yield results such as "Nicolas Ribcage" and "Nicolas Cage Cat". Happy birthday!

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    The Great Pyramid of Giza
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    The Great Pyramid of Giza
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    The Statue of Liberty
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    The Statue of Liberty
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    The Leaning Tower of Pisa
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    The Leaning Tower of Pisa
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    The Colosseum
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    The Colosseum
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    The Leaning Tower of Pisa

    800 years after its construction, the tower is closed to the public due to fear of a collapse. After 11 years of restorative work, the tower opened again to the public in 2001.

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    Paris

    The attack prompted a rally of national unity attended by over 2 million people and 40 world leaders as well as the phrase of support, "Je suis Charlie".

    Paris
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    Britney Spears & Justin Timberlake
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    Britney Spears & Justin Timberlake
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    Brad Pitt & Jennifer Aniston
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    Brad Pitt & Jennifer Aniston
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    Jessica Simpson & Nick Lachey
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    Jessica Simpson & Nick Lachey
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    Demi Moore & Ashton Kutcher
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    Demi Moore & Ashton Kutcher
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    Brad Pitt & Jennifer Aniston

    In a People exclusive, Brad & Jen broke the news to media outlets that they were separating after 4.5 years of marriage.

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    New York & London

    Direct communication service across the Atlantic was inaugurated today for commercial service.

    New York & London
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    Los Angeles Lakers

    The 1971-72 season was a hit for the Lakers who went on to win the season. Their winning streak ended when they lost 104-120 to the Milwaukee Bucks.

    Los Angeles Lakers
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    Christmas

    Following Epiphany, the day when the three kings bring their gifts, is Christmas, the birth of Baby Jesus.

    Christmas
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