Halle Berry has a surprise new look that is stirring interest on Instagram- long, dark tresses and purple highlights. And the results are not bad- not bad, at
When it comes to fund raising events, it can often be rather difficult to find something that hasn’t already been done millions of times. The Senior Ministry at
What would you do if you just bought a $13,000 neck cream elixir that supposedly gives the same results as a facelift but discovered (after the transaction), that
On July 2, Amelia Earhart disappeared during her attempted flight around the world. This is a look at the events and birthdays from history today. 1776: Congress Votes
Today in history, the domination of Canada was established, with 2017 marking the 150th birthday of the country. Here’s a look at events and birthdays from July 1
On June 30, a French king suffered a fatal injury during a jousting accident. This is a look at events and birthdays from today in history around the
Today in history, the London Globe Theatre was destroyed by an accidental fire. Here’s a look at events and birthdays from June 29 throughout history around the world.
On June 28, the teenager Edward Plantagenet was crowned Edward IV of England. Here’s a look at the events and birthdays from history today. 1461: Coronation of Edward
On June 27, Japan officially adopted the yen as its currency, two years after the currency was first created. Here’s a look at events and birthdays from today
On this day in history, President John F. Kennedy issued a speech that made it clear America was with the West Germans. Here’s a look at events and
The Mann Act was passed by Congress today in history. While it remains in force today, it has been through substantial changes due to the way it was
Bras are now being manufactured capable of detecting personal health issues like breast cancer and cardio conditions. At Columbia’s National University, it appears an innovative group of scientific
In British history today, King Henry VIII and his wife Catherine of Aragon were crowned King and Queen of England. Here’s a look at the events and birthdays
Higher Education programs in the United States were banned from discriminating against individuals today in history. Here’s a look at the history and birthdays from June 23. 1661:
On June 22, Richard II of England officially succeeded his grandfather, despite Edward III dying the day earlier. Here’s a look at historical events from this day. 1377:
On June 21, a man who attempted to assassinate President Ronald Regan was found “not guilty.” Here’s a look at events and birthdays today in history. 1684: Massachusetts
Today in history, a British queen ascended to the throne after the death of a relative. Here’s a look at the events and birthdays that took place around
On June 19, the British royal family changes its surname in a successful attempt to survive. Here’s a look at the events that took place today in history.
Today in history, an American president signed a declaration that began a war with Britain. Here’s a look at things that happened on June 18 around the world.
On June 17, the Statue of Liberty arrived in New York harbor, ready to be placed for the world to see. Here’s a look at the events that
On June 16, what is considered the final battle in Britain’s Wars of the Roses took place with Henry Tudor again proving to be triumphant. Here’s a look
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On June 15, British lower counties declared themselves independent of British rule, creating an independent state. Here’s a look at events from today in history around the world.
On June 14, the last Welshman to hold the title Prince of Wales allied himself with the French. Here’s a look at the events and birthdays from today