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The City of Chicago Is Sinking. Here’s Why
Cave Full of Untouched Maya Artifacts Found at Chichén Itzá
The Vatican Will Unseal the Archives of Pius XII, the Controversial Holocaust-Era Pope
H.I.V. Has Reportedly Been ‘Cured’ for Only the Second Time Ever
Experts Think This ‘Nude Mona Lisa’ Could Have Been Drawn by Leonardo da Vinci
Nearly Half of Americans Have a Close Family Member Who Has Been Incarcerated
Bird Migrations, Floral Blooms and Other Natural Phenomena Cause Seasonal Spikes in Wikipedia Searches
Does Castell Dinas Bran Have an Arthurian Castle Resting Beneath?
New Book Chronicles the Lives of Jack the Ripper’s Victims
In 1857, the Supreme Court ruled that Dred Scott, a slave who had lived in a free state, could not sue for his freedom in court, reasoning that as an African-American man, Scott could not claim citizenship. Dred Scott v. Sandford would go down as a critical moment in the lead-up to the Civil War.

Read how President James Buchanan interfered with the court to influence the outcome of the decision.

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