Today in History: Feb. 19 WTOP
Here's a look at things that have happened on this day in history.
Black History Month: A look at some of the most influential athletes in Penn history The Daily Pennsylvanian
Black History Month, observed during the month of February in the United States, is held annually to honor the accomplishments of black Americans in society.
Marshall County rural schools: A history | News, Sports, Jobs Marshalltown Times Republican
Editor's note: This is the second part in a Times-Republican Education Corner series on some of the area's rural schools. The series will look at the history and ...
Students learn about Shreveport's Civil Rights History KTAL
In honor of Black History Month dozens of students toured Shreveport to learn about its rich Civil Rights history.
Inside the Dark History of Los Angeles' Deadliest Hotel E! NEWS
When Santiago Lopez climbed to the rooftop of the Cecil Hotel on February 19, 2013, the maintenance worker certainly wasn't expecting what awaited him.
History on trial: Oil and gas, bribery at center of case | News, Sports, Jobs Marietta Times
Bribery, government scandal and the petroleum industry were at the center of a reenactment in the Washington County Courthouse Monday. Though some ...
Progressive History of Pittsburgh project fills important historical gaps Pittsburgh Current
When I began interviewing historian Anne E. Lynch for this column about progressive history, I shared my long-standing joke about the public education I ...
This day in history The Boston Globe
Today is Tuesday, Feb. 19, the 50th day of 2019. There are 315 days left in the year.
C-SPAN highlighting Cedar Rapids history KCRG
Normally when C-SPAN is in Cedar Rapids, the President is in town, but this time they're here checking out history.
Less than half of N.D., Minnesota residents pass U.S. history test INFORUM
PRINCETON, N.J. — The nation's Founding Fathers would be spinning like tops in their graves if they saw how poorly Americans pay attention to their history.
Largo High history teacher dresses like Abe Lincoln, earns both love and respect from students ABC Action News
Mike Klapka earns love and respect from students by blending humor, history and dressing up like Abe Lincoln.
Crumbling History: Fundraiser underway to save Isle Brevelle's first Creole convent KALB News
NATCHEZ, La. (KALB) - Traditions of the Cane River Creoles still exist along the river in Natchitoches Parish today, but a vital part of their history needs repair.
History of ending homelessness in Spokane includes setbacks and successes KXLY Spokane
The Spokane community has been at odds for years over how best to address the issue of homelessness.
With Poland, Netanyahu discovers the limits of playing with history Haaretz
Poland, Hungary and Lithuania have all been laundered by the Prime Minister of History. But what Netanyahu has done goes much further than realpolitik and is ...
Mercyhurst students share research in history compilation project YourErie
Students at a local college are sharing their research with the public in an effort to educate others on sometimes overlooked aspects of history.