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On this day: August 1

Oxygen is discovered, Adolf Hitler presides over the opening of the Olympics, a new superhero is introduced, tragedy strikes the University of Texas, and a new all-music TV network debuts, all on this day.

Adoptable dogs for July 31 - Aug. 6

Check out these adorable pups at the Houston Humane Society that need homes.

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Most memorable celebrity weddings

Nothing captures the public's imagination quite like a celebrity wedding -- and the bigger the celebrity, the bigger the spotlight.

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Notable deaths of 2015

Here is a list of some of the notable public figures, athletes, musicians, artists and actors we've lost in 2015.

Adoptable cats for July 31 - Aug. 6

There are lots of sweet cats that need homes. Check these out to see if you can find a new furry friend.

PHOTOS: Time capsule from 1962 shows Houston history

The United States Postal Service unveiled a piece of Houston history Friday when it cracked open a time capsule from the grand opening of the city's main post office in 1962.

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Celebrities with August birthdays

Wondering which of your favorite celebrities shares your August birthday? Wonder no more. Click on to discover what stars have birthdays this month.

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Famous female trailblazers in sports

Jen Welter, who made history this week by becoming the first woman to hold a coaching position in the NFL, is only the latest woman to blaze a trail in the world of sports. Click on for some others.

U.S. Navy

On this day: August 2

America formally declares its independence, the U.S. Census is born, a president dies, JFK becomes a hero, and a young Robert Zimmerman changes his name, all on this day.

NASA

On this day: July 31

Mt. Fuji erupts, the Apollo 15 astronauts go for a ride, major-league baseball players end their strike, and Michael Phelps swims into Olympic history, all on this day.

PHOTOS: Houston cobra

See images of the cobra found in the hallway of downtown Houston loft apartments.

Wendy's

On this day: January 10

Caesar crosses the Rubicon, the London Underground opens, RCA introduces the 45 rpm single, The Beatles' first U.S. record is released, and Wendy's asks "Where's the Beef?," all on this day.

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Where are 'Saved by the Bell' stars today?

With Elizabeth Berkley, aka Jessie Spano, turning 43 on Tuesday, what better time to check in with her and the rest of the gang from "Saved by the Bell"?

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Stars who served time behind bars

Not even fame and fortune can keep some people out of trouble. Check out some celebrities who have served out jail or prison sentences.

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Notable TV exits through the years

David Letterman signed off from late-night television after 33 years Wednesday night. Take a look at other high-profile personalities and their exits from particular shows or TV altogether.

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On this day: January 9

The Beatles jump up the charts, Howard Hughes exposes his fake biographer, "The Phantom of the Opera" passes "Cats," and Apple introduces iTunes and the iPhone, years apart, all on this day.

Confidence grows that piece of Flight 370 found

Debris found in the western Indian Ocean on Wednesday appears to be part of a Boeing 777.

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2014 trends we hope will end

It's anyone guess what the big trends of 2015 will be, but here are 10 most Americans hope will magically disappear.

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Top destinations among movers

United Van Lines conducted a study tracking its customers' migration patterns and moves. Here is a list of the top moving destinations in the U.S.

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