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- Which Historical Doll Will Be Crowned the Creepiest?
A Minnesota museum's third annual contest invites the public to vote on which of nine antique toys is the most unsettling
Smithsonian. Wednesday, 20 Oct 2021.
- Bitcoin returned to its record price of $ 64,000 and continues to rise after debut on the stock market as an ETF
This Tuesday, Bitcoin began to be sold on the New York Stock Exchange as an ETF, which caused the rally of the cryptocurrency to reach (and exceed) its historical
maximum price of $ 64,000 again.
Entrepreneur. Tuesday, 19 Oct 2021.
- Best mortgage rates: Compare fixed rate and tracker rate mortgage deals
Mortgages are available with historically low interest rates of as little as 0.86 per cent - but lenders may move to increase them again ahead of a potential rise in the Bank of England's base rate.
Daily Mail. Monday, 18 Oct 2021.
- HBCU docuseries produced by NBA star Chris Paul highlights Florida A&M Football
In the second season of Why Not Us, executive producer Chris Paul continues to show the importance of Historically Black College and Universities.
ABC News. Thursday, 14 Oct 2021.
- Foreclosures remain low as banks start to churn out post-ban filings
The number of foreclosed properties rose 34 percent in the third quarter of the year but remained below their typical historical
Inman. Thursday, 14 Oct 2021.
- Confronting the myth: L.A. moves to make amends to Indigenous people
Turning on its head one of the many myths of the American West, Los Angeles moves to correct its historical
record with Native inhabitants.
Los Angeles Times. Tuesday, 12 Oct 2021.
- Elise Wortley: Woman follows in famous female explorers' footsteps
Elise Wortley was inspired by historical
female explorers to bring their journeys to life.
BBC News. Friday, 8 Oct 2021.
- Monica Lewinsky's '15 Minutes of Shame': 5 things explored about cancel culture in the doc
"15 Minutes of Shame," executive produced by Monica Lewinsky, examines cancel culture, its historical
origins, the science behind it and more.
Fox News. Friday, 8 Oct 2021.
- Historically volatile October could spark more inflows into ETFs, market analyst says
Volatility tends to drive investors toward exchange-traded funds, ETF Trends' Dave Nadig says.
CNBC. Tuesday, 5 Oct 2021.
- Former education secretary Bill Bennett launches program to counter 'politicized' content in schools
Former Education Secretary William Bennett is launching a series of interactive stories that will combine literacy and historical
education in an attempt to counter content like the "1619 Project."
Fox News. Monday, 4 Oct 2021.
- Novelist Anthony Doerr on "Cloud Cuckoo Land"
The Pulitzer Prize-winning author of "All the Light We Cannot See" returns with a new historical
novel that spans more than 700 years. ...
CBS News. Sunday, 3 Oct 2021.
- Marcia Freedman, First American Woman in Knesset, Dies at 83
As a radical gay feminist in historically patriarchal Israel, Ms. Freedman was under constant criticism and was often dismissed by her colleagues.
New York Times. Saturday, 2 Oct 2021.
- Scholars Spent a Year Scrutinizing America's Monuments. Here's What They Learned
A major audit of nearly 50,000 monuments reveals the historical
figures, themes and myths that dominate the nation's commemorative landscape
Smithsonian. Friday, 1 Oct 2021.
- 6 Top-Performing Leveraged/Inverse ETFs of September
September proved the historical
trends to be true as Wall Street logged in the worst month of this year.
Zacks. Friday, 1 Oct 2021.
- How to set Chrome as your default browser in iOS 15
Apple hasn't historically been all that keen on its customers using third party apps as defaults for anything. Instead, it prefers you to use its own pre-installed
Pocket Lint. Friday, 1 Oct 2021.
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