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June 18th, This day in History

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What Happened This Day In History A chronological timetable of historical events that occurred on this day in history. Historical facts of the day in the areas of military, politics, science, music, sports, arts, entertainment and more. 1155 German-born Frederick I, Barbarossa, is crowned emperor of Rome. 1667 The Dutch fleet sails up the Thames River and threatens London. 1778 …

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A Husbands First Date, It’s Not What You Expect

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“BeCause of Camilito” is not just your average “insurance company,” it’s a charity organization that donates its proceeds to children in poverty around the world. Its website explains in touching fashion how it came to be: As a part of my work, I’d been signed up to take a “vision trip” to Colombia with Compassion International, and since I was …

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Obama: “we will not be sending U.S. troops back into combat in Iraq”

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“These U.S. military personnel are entering Iraq with the consent of the Government of Iraq. The U.S. Embassy in Baghdad remains open, and a substantial majority of the U.S. Embassy presence in Iraq will remain in place and the embassy will be fully equipped to carry out its national security mission,” Carney said. Here’s the text of Obama’s letter: Starting …

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New Mexico blind man gets auto mechanics degree

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New Mexico State University graduates a blind auto mechanic. Clifford Alderson recently graduated from New Mexico State University with an auto mechanics degree. He said he listens to diagnose a problem, and then feels his way around the vehicle to get the job done. Read more…

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Hobby Lobby Waits for Supreme Court Ruling

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The Green family are again making headlines fighting government-mandated birth control coverage. They’re also using their billions to teach the American public on the literal truth of Scripture — through a public school Bible curriculum, a museum dedicated to the bible (which is around the corner from the Smithsonian) and public forums on the faith of the Founding Fathers. By …

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