Nelson Mandela died in 2013 at the age of 95. Internet users are remembering South Africa’s first black president and renowned anti-apartheid activist with the hashtag #MandelaDay on July 18, which would have been his 99th birthday.
Park will be permanently removed from the South Korean office and the nation will need to hold a presidential election within 60 days.
The nation’s parliament impeached Park in December for allegedly including her confidante Choi Soon-sil in state affairs and colluding to take bribes from South Korean conglomerates.
South Korea’s Constitutional Court upheld the impeachment decision on Thursday.
The Hall of Presidents and First Ladies Museum in Gettysburg, Pa. closed in November. The shuttered museum that featured wax figures of all 44 U.S. presidents and their first ladies displayed the figures before auctioning them off on Jan. 14, 2017.
Whether it was visiting a classroom in Baltimore, attending a bill-signing ceremony in Annapolis or watching an Army-Navy football game at M&T Bank Stadium, Barack and Michelle Obama found plenty of occasions to visit Maryland over the past eight years.
Before the Obamas leave The White House next week, The Sun took a look back at the President and First Lady’s many trips to Charm City and its surrounding areas.
On April 12, 1945, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, 63, died unexpectedly of a cerebral hemorrhage. Vice President Harry S. Truman took the oath of office as President two hours and 34 minutes later.
According to a Baltimore Sun story at the time, Roosevelt’s last words were, “I have a terrific headache.”
Archival photos depict a grieving nation at the loss of the president, serving his fourth term, who died at the “little White House” in Warm Springs, Georgia. More
Look back at photos taken by official White House photographers in 2013 with commentary from Pete Souza.
Five living U.S. presidents met in Dallas for the dedication of the George W. Bush Presidential Center.
Browse pictures of the festivities surrounding the official start to President Obama’s second term, including inaugural balls and the week of preparations in Washington, D.C.
From holding babies to campaign pins and signs and hanging out with the kids on the couch, a side-by-side photo comparison of U.S. President Barack Obama and Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney.