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Bomb detonated at Beijing airport; 1 injured

A man in a wheelchair who was airing grievances set off a homemade bomb in a crowded terminal at Beijing's main airport on Saturday evening, injuring himself but no one else, Chinese state media and witnesses said.Full story

Man hurt after setting off explosion at Beijing airport

BEIJING (Reuters) - A man in a wheelchair detonated a home-made explosive in Beijing airport on Saturday evening, injuring himself and sending smoke billowing through the exit area of the international arrivals section of Terminal 3. Full story

What it looked like to see FDR in a wheelchair

  Steve Kornacki talks about a reported clip of video featuring former President Franklin D. Roosevelt in a wheelchair, and other things that we learned this week.

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  Rare film clip shows FDR being pushed in his wheelchair

A professor discovered the raw footage of Franklin D. Roosevelt while researching a different subject at the National Archives. The 32nd president, who contracted polio in 1921, lost the use of his legs and was confined to a wheelchair -- which was visible in family pictures. But in public, the Whit

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