This week President Obama announced that he would be issuing an executive order to change the name of North America’s tallest mountain. 
In 1917 the 20,237 foot peak (called Denali by indigenous Athabascan people) was federally recognized as Mt. McKinley in honor of assassinated President McKinley. After decades of controversy over the name and repeated attempts by the state of Alaska to rename the peak against fervent opposition from Ohio (McKinley’s home state) the matter was finally decided this week.  

Read more about it here.