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This Day in History - January 18

January 18 532 – Between 30-40,000 die when the Nika uprising at Consta

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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 i

Religion
Christian convert from Iran converting Muslims in Sweden

From escaping Iran through the mountains as a Muslim refugee, to surviving domes

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Queen learns where crown jewels were hidden during WWII

A BBC documentary that aired over the weekend about Queen Elizabeth had all kind

Politics
Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake blasts Trump for attacks on press in fiery Senate floor speech

Outgoing Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake launched a fiery attack on President

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Don't blame rats for Europe's Black Death

Those poor, misjudged rats? According to infectious disease experts in Norway an

Lifestyle
Smart vending machines could change e-commerce as we know it

Lowly vending machines that spit out candy, soda and smokes are so last century.

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Woman warns others about eyelash extension dangers after severe allergic reaction

A woman is speaking out about the dangers of eyelash extensions after developing

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Ex-Trump administration adviser Steve Bannon agrees to meet with Robert Mueller

Steve Bannon, who served as President Trump’s campaign manager and senior

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Dog-owners and cat-owners prefer different movies, make different salaries, says study

Do you consider yourself creative, enjoy a bit of classical music and still love

Entertainment
Katy Perry calls herself 'a victim' of social media

Katy Perry, the super-star singer who boasts 108 million Twitter follo

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Czech PM facing fraud charges says he might not head govt

PRAGUE –  Populist billionaire Andrej Babis has acknowledged he might

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US ramps up airstrikes in Afghanistan under Trump administration

The U.S. military dropped more bombs in Afghanistan in 2017 than in 2012 when th

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Stifled sneeze ruptures man's throat, medical study encourages sneezers to let it all out

A 34-year-old man found out the dangers of stifling a sneeze when he ruptured hi

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‘Ghost ship’ washes up on Japan’s coast with skeletal remains of suspected North Koreans

The remains of eight people suspected to be from North Korea were reportedly unc

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Sleep apnea treatment uses 'snake-like' surgical robot

Anthony Rinando, who was diagnosed with obstructive sleep apnea in his teenage y

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Runaway semitruck crashes into Minnesota school, injuring students

Two Minnesota elementary school students suffered minor injuries when an out-of-

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Elvis impersonator hopes children from house of horrors find strength in each other: report

The Las Vegas Elvis impersonator who renewed the wedding vows for the couple acc

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Pipeline protester accused in shooting reaches plea deal

BISMARCK, N.D. –  Attorneys for a Denver woman accused of shooting at

Education
This Day in History - January 17

January 17 1468 – Albanian lord Skanderbeg dies 1504 – Pope Pi