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1 cadet killed, 22 others injured in a vehicle accident near a West Point training site

The accident occurred at Camp Natural Bridge, and involved a "light medium tactical vehicle," the school said.
West Point is set to graduate its largest group of black female cadets in its 217-year history.

West Point is about to graduate its largest class of black women in its 217-year history

Thirty-two black female cadets will graduate from the United States Military Academy on May 25.
Former President Barack Obama went to Occidental College in Los Angeles and Columbia University in New York City.

The 34 colleges that produced the most US presidents

Which college produced the most US presidents in history? The simple answer is Harvard University, but here are all the rest that produced presidents.
Brendan Dudeck #81 of the Navy Midshipmen carries the American flag on the field before the start of their game against the Army Black Knights at M&T Bank Stadium on December 13, 2014 in Baltimore, Maryland.

11 photos of hilarious traditions of the historic Army-Navy game

Naval Academy midshipmen and cadets from the US Military Academy will face off Saturday in the 119th Army-Navy game
West Point's uniforms for the 2018 Army-Navy football game are a tribute to the "Big Red One," the Army's First Division, which helped turn the tide during World War I.

US Military Academy’s football uniform for the Army-Navy game is a badass tribute to a famed Army division from World War I

"Big Red One" is the nickname for the Army's First Division, which was created after President Woodrow Wilson promised to send a division to France.
Trump attended a New York City school before transferring to Wharton.

The 34 colleges that produced the most US presidents

Which college has produced the most US presidents in history? The simple answer is Harvard University, but here are a number of other institutions of higher learning including Princeton, Yale, and William and Mary that have had a number of US presidents walk their halls.
China's President Xi Jinping blows his nose during the sixth plenary session of the National People's Congress (NPC) on March 18, 2018.

As ‘Chairman of Everything,’ China’s President Xi Jinping has made his position more vulnerable than ever

By leading every domestic and foreign issue, opponents can blame Xi for almost anything that goes wrong, says former Australian Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
Army Cadets salute after taking the field before the start of the Army Black Knights and Navy Midshipmen game at M&T Bank Stadium on December 13, 2014.

Photos show why Army-Navy is the greatest college football rivalry on Earth

The Army-Navy game is the hallmark of one of the longest and most heated rivalries in college football.