This History news page includes headlines, summaries, and article citations about historical news from diverse, English-language news sources around the world.
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- A historically bad week for the market saw a little bit of everything, except panic
In a market that raced to its fastest correction in history and the worst week since the financial crisis, it's easy to imagine a frantic dash for the exits in which everyone is selling everything at whatever price they can get.
CNBC. Friday, 28 Feb 2020.
- Take a (Virtual) Walk Through These War-Torn Ancient Cities
An immersive exhibition at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery uses technology to reconstruct historically significant sites in Mosul, Aleppo and Palmyra
Smithsonian. Friday, 28 Feb 2020.
- Bank Stock Roundup: Ambiguity Over Coronavirus Prevails, JPMorgan in Focus
Banking stocks depreciate on emergence of COVID-19 as a global epidemic, causing the yield on benchmark 10-year Treasury note dip to a historical
Zacks. Friday, 28 Feb 2020.
- Secret doorway in Parliament leads to historical treasure trove
treasures - and evidence of a beer-fuelled party - are uncovered in the Commons restoration.
BBC News. Wednesday, 26 Feb 2020.
- Weinstein case could influence other sex crime prosecutions
NEW YORK (AP) - New York prosecutorsare hailing Harvey Weinstein's conviction as a pivotal moment that could change the way the legal system views a type of sexual assault case historically considered difficult to prove. ...
Washington Times. Tuesday, 25 Feb 2020.
- Travel back in time at one of these 11 historic English pubs
Pubs close down, renovate and change locations. Few stay the same for centuries. Now, the ones that do are being recognized by a British governmental body in charge of choosing and grading historical
sites in England.
CNBC. Tuesday, 25 Feb 2020.
- Can Trail Blazers Stay In Playoff Hunt With Damian Lillard Out?
The Blazers have historically played well without Lillard, but are 0-2 in games he has missed this season.
Forbes. Friday, 21 Feb 2020.
- Man who taught in Sask. in '90s charged after historical sexual assault investigation
Charges have been laid in a historical
sexual assault investigation started by police in east-central Saskatchewan.
CBC News. Thursday, 20 Feb 2020.
- Marines who paid the ultimate price on Iwo Jima are captured in fascinating historical footage
The University of South Carolina has digitized footage from the 36-day battle that saw US Marines planting the Stars and Stripes on Mount Suribachi in one of the most iconic images from the war.
Daily Mail. Wednesday, 19 Feb 2020.
- China hotel performance recovered quickly following SARS
Amid the current outbreak of coronavirus (COVID-19), STR analyzed historical
data for China and found that the country's hotel performance recovered quickly following the containment of SARS in 2003. ...
Hsyndicate. Monday, 17 Feb 2020.
- Black-owned vegan eateries are spicing up Southern cuisine
ATLANTA (AP) - The doors opened at 4 p.m., but the line formed an hour earlier at this restaurant in Southwest Atlanta, minutes from the historically black Clark Atlanta University. No one seemed to mind the wait. ...
Washington Times. Sunday, 16 Feb 2020.
- 'Why we chose a civil partnership over marriage'
One couple say they wanted to rid themselves of the religious and historical
connotations of marriage.
BBC News. Friday, 14 Feb 2020.
- Life-size statues of abolitionists Tubman, Douglass unveiled in room where slavery was abolished
At a time when states are debating the removal of Confederate monuments, Maryland has added bronze statues of two of the state's famous black historical
figures to the Maryland State House.
ABC News. Tuesday, 11 Feb 2020.
- La. Man Pleads Guilty To Federal Charges Over Torching Historically Black Churches
Holden Matthews has stated that he committed the crimes in an attempt to break into the "black metal" music scene. He set three historically black churches on fire during a 10-day period.
NPR. Monday, 10 Feb 2020.
- Feds: Man torched black churches to promote "black metal" music
Holden Matthews pleaded guilty Monday to federal hate crimes in the burnings of historically black Louisiana churches
CBS News. Monday, 10 Feb 2020.
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