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This Day in History - January 21

January 21 1189 – Philip Augustus, Henry II of England and Frederick Barbarossa prepare the troops for the Third Crusade 1525 – A thousand-year tradition of church-state union is broken and the Swiss Anabaptist Movement is born when


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This Day in History - January 20

January 20 1265 – The first Parliament of England summoned other than by royal command, meets in Westminster Hall 1327 – Edward II of England is deposed by Edward III, his eldest son 1616 – The French explorer Samuel de Cha


What's Behind Puerto Rico's Slow Recovery from Hurricane Maria?

Spoiler alert—  the answer is largely Puerto Rico itself. Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico on September 20th of last year and from the beginning, the idea of a quick recovery to any type of normalcy was shown to be impossibl


Volunteerism + Seniors + Beautiful County = Heaven?

While the country shows signs of deterioration of morals, values, and is suffering from media diarrhea many people are eating hungrily as a pig on slop. I find that here where I am living that people, for the most part, have not been affected. Her


This Day in History - January 19

January 19 379 – Theodosius becomes co-emperor of the East Roman Empire 1523 – Ulrich Zwingli publishes 67 Articles, the first manifesto of the Zurich Reformation, attacking the authority of the Pope 1736 – Scottish in


This Day in History - January 18

January 18 532 – Between 30-40,000 die when the Nika uprising at Constantinople fails 1486 – Henry VII marries Elizabeth of York 1591 – King Naresuan of Siam kills Crown Prince Minchit Sra of Burma in single combat 1689


Bitcoins and brothels: Cryptocurrency may be coming to the Bunny Ranch

The rise of bitcoin may have been one of the biggest stories of 2017, but its acceptance as a means of payment is still limited. Now, the Bunny Ranch, the famous Las Vegas brothel, is looking to cash in on the trend.     


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