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From the Vault: Listen to FDR's Emotional D-Day Address
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From the Vault: Watch Footage of Soldiers Invading Normandy
On the 70th anniversary of the Normandy invasion, NBC News looks back at footage from "The DuPont Show of the Week: D-Day" first aired in 1962.
Tom Brokaw: My Secret Report on Tiananmen Square
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Good Luck, Babs! See Walters' First TODAY Appearance
Legendary broadcaster Barbara Walters began her career as a staff writer on the TODAY show in the early 1960s. In this archival clip of her first appearance on the show, she reports on Paris fashion and shows off an unusual piece of jewelry.
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Flashback: Early Oculus Rift had Huge Potential
Back when it was a homebrew virtual reality kit available for demonstrations during E3 2012, the early Oculus Rift was already showing huge potential. Now that Facebook has announced that it will purchase Oculus for $2 billion, NBC News revisits the stunning prototype.
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Cars, Computers, Color TV: The 1964 World's Fair
Take a trip through time and visit the sites of the last great World’s Fair held at Flushing Meadows-Corona Park in Queens, New York. The Ford Mustang, space travel, computers, and color TV were just a few of the attractions on display for the millions of fairgoers that came through the park’s gate between 1964 and 1965.
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Will the Rise of Heroin Mean the Fall of Pot?
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Flashback: The Lincoln Memorial Turns 100
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Flashback: Why America Boycotted the Moscow Games
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Bye-Bye, Ballmer: Microsoft Loses Loose Cannon
For the first time since 1980, Steve Ballmer no longer works at Microsoft. In his many years at the company, first in sales and later as CEO, he made a name for himself as a hard-charging leader. He was also something of a loose cannon whenever he got on stage. In this look back at his years with the software giant, Ballmer's best and worst moments track the company's rise and fall. Matt Rivera reports.
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