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Prince Plays the White House

Prince took Washington, DC by storm over the weekend. Not only did he play two shows in the nation’s capital, but Page Six says he also played a special concert at the White House. 

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Did Abe Lincoln Coin The Term ‘Michigander’?

Abraham Lincoln did indeed the term 'Michigander' to make presidential candidate (and Michigan Governor) Lewis Cass sound foolish -- like a goose (get it?).

More than a century and a half later, it’s the preferred term state residents use when referring to themselves.

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Category: Nostalgia, Political
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Elton John Gives Thanks At Senate Hearing on AIDS [Video]

Elton John is well known for being a vocal warrior against AIDS and now he's taking his mission, with help from his foundation, to Washington.

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West Michigan Election Day Results – May 5, 2015

Today, Michigan voters decided if the state sales tax would be increased from six percent to seven percent.

Voters in Byron Township, Caledonia, East Grand Rapids, Forest Hills, Grand Haven, Hudsonville, Kentwood, West Ottawa and other communities also had issues on the ballot.

Results are in.

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Do You Understand What Proposal 1 Is About? [Video]

We've all seen the TV commercials about the upcoming May 5 vote on Proposal 1.

Those ads certainly lead you to believe the proposal would increase the sales tax one percent and that money would be used on roads, right?

Well, kind of.

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President Bill Clinton’s Official Portrait Has Monica Lewinsky Reference Embedded In It [Video]

Nelson Shanks is an artist who got the incredible opportunity to paint former President Bill Clinton's official presidential portrait for the National Gallery of Art.

That's quite an honor. So, naturally he decided to stick it to Clinton.

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Meet The Presidents Who Partied The Hardest

Another President's Day has come and gone, but you may have missed this list: the U.S. Presidents who partied hard.

Kennedy is a given, but Nixon is a surprise on this list from a Presidential historian.

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Governor Snyder Released From Hospital

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder was hospitalized with a blood clot in his leg on Thursday.

This morning, Snyder was released from the hospital.

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GoDaddy Pulls Puppy’s Super Bowl Ad After Protests [Video]

GoDaddy has decided to remove its ad from airing during Super Bowl XLIX on NBC and from YouTube after an outcry on social media.

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President Barack Obama: ‘If I Was a Lions Fan, I’d Be Pretty Aggravated’

For angry, heartbroken Detroit Lions fans there isn't much consolation.

The NFL admitted to blowing a pass interference call and missing an offensive holding call in Sunday's game vs the Cowboys, according to the Detroit Free Press.

Dallas then squeaked by Detroit 24-20 with a game-winning touchdown drive, knocking the Lions out of the playoffs.

Well, thanks for being honest, NFL. But it doesn't change the outcome of the game. What's done is done-- The Lions are done this year.

For what it's worth, President Barack Obama says he gets it.

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President Obama Tapes An Interview For The Colbert Report with Stephen Colbert
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Here’s Every Cameo Appearance From Stephen Colbert’s Goodbye Song [Video]

Long time Comedy Central host Stephen Colbert bid fond adieu to his "The Colbert Report" show Thursday night with a huge finale number that included tens of big time cameos from former President Bill Clinton to Physicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.

Here's a breakdown of everyone who made it into the final number.

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‘December Seventh, Nineteen Forty-One, A Day That Will Forever Live In …’

Every generation has that day: The day something tragic happens that we all remember.

The last three biggies, from my perspective, were Dec. 7, 1941; Nov. 22, 1963; and Sept. 11, 2001.

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