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Flashback: Royals Win the 1985 World Series
It’s been 29 years since the Royals come from behind Game 7, 11-0 victory to win the World Series.
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Up for Grabs: Iowa's First Open Senate Seat in 40 Years
By stepping down, Senator Tom Harkin opens a rare kind of Senate race in the Hawkeye State.
Flashback: Famine in Ethiopia
A look back at one of the worst famines to hit the region of today’s Eritrea and Ethiopia between 1983 and 1985 which claimed hundreds of thousands of lives.
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Loma Prieta: The Earthquake That Halted 1989 World Series
Flashback 1989: The Loma Prieta Earthquake shook the San Francisco Bay Area on the evening of the third game of the World Series. Luckily, the San Francisco Giants were playing the Oakland A's and most people were watching the game.
From the Archives: When the Space Race First Launched
As we watch astronauts take spacewalks outside the International Space Station this week, here’s a look back at the early years of exploration that laid the foundation for today.
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Outbreak History: When Has Africa Battled Ebola Before?
The current outbreak of Ebola is the deadliest ever in Africa, which has already dealt with many flare-ups of the virus in the past.
Brokaw reports from the Berlin Wall
Nov. 9, 1989: NBC's Tom Brokaw reports from West Germany hours after the East German government announced that residents would be able to move freely between the countries for the first time in more than 25 years.
The Long History of Man's Attempts to Change Weather
NBC News Tony Dokoupil takes a look back at the long strange history of weather modification.
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Ian Paisley: From Firebrand to Peacemaker
Flashback: Ian Paisley, an influential rabble-rouser from Northern Ireland, made a name for himself by playing a role in developing the nation's political powers.
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Flashback: How Carter Brokered Mideast Peace Accords
A look at the NBC News coverage of the historic 1978 Camp David Accords signed by Egyptian President Anwar El Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin on September 17, 1978 following 13 days of negotiations mediated by US President Jimmy Carter.
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News Flashback: When Wall Street Greed Was Good
Tom Brokaw looks back at an ethically-flawed and cocaine-fueled era on Wall Street.
Meet the Moderators! NBC's Seven Decades of Hosts
A look back at the many hosts of the longest-running American television series, Meet the Press.
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Flashback: Payne Stewart's Fatal Crash
An in-depth look at golfer Payne Stewart's tragic 1999 plane crash that left him and five others dead under mysterious circumstances.
Flashback: Remembering Archbishop Fulton Sheen
A look back at the life and impact of Archbishop Fulton Sheen, known as one of the first tv evangelists.
Watch 'Fresh Prince' star perform as a kid on TODAY
Before being an actor on "The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air" and a "Dancing with the Stars" contestant, Alfonso Ribeiro danced his way onto TODAY as a kid.
Scotch and Ribs: How Brokaw Landed Gorbachev Interview
Tom Brokaw reflects on his 1987 exclusive interview with former Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev in advance of his signing the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty with President Reagan.
Flashback: The Icelandic Eruption That Halted Travel
A volcanic eruption in Papua New Guinea has forced some planes to alter their flight paths - a reminder of Iceland's 2010 volcanic eruption, which caused major travel disruptions.
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Rivers Sums Up Her Career: 'I'm a Lucky Lady'
Flashback: In this 1986 TODAY interview Joan Rivers talks to Jane Pauley about her drive to be a performer.
Flashback: The U.S. Citizen Who Fought for the Taliban
In the wake of American jihadi Douglas McCain's death, a look at the 2001 case of John Walker Lindh, an American caught fighting for the Taliban.
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Flashback: Robin Williams Sums Up His Life in Two Minutes
In a 1993 interview with TODAY's Gene Shalit, Robin Williams explained his entire life story in nearly one breath.
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Flashback: Robin Williams on Becoming Mrs. Doubtfire
Robin Williams tells TODAY's Gene Shalit about the epic process of transforming into the beloved nanny.
Flashback: When Reagan's Joke Led to a 'Red Alert'
When President Reagan joked about outlawing Russia and launching bomb strikes, he probably didn't expect to put the Soviet system on war alert.
Flashback: Nixon Gives Birth to the Political Non-Apology
The former President's checkered legacy includes the creation of this now-famous political evasion tactic.
Flashback: The Legacy of Jim Brady
A look back at the road to the passage of the Brady Law from the assassination attempt on President Ronald Reagan that left Brady injured by a stray bullet to the enactment of the law in 1993 under President Bill Clinton.
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