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On this day: Significant events that occurred on 1 March in the past
Let’s have a look at the various important incidents that happened today in detail
Beyond Fashion: How the style choices of US first ladies get more attention than their views
The clothing of US first ladies throughout history provides a window into their time in the White House and helps better understand past fashion influences. However, first ladies have received disproportionate attention for their fashion choices, dating back to Martha Washington
US releases more than 13,000 documents on JFK assassination
The National Archives said a total of 13,173 documents had been made public in the latest release, and that 97 per cent of the Kennedy records, which total approximately five million pages, have now been made public
22 November: A look at historic occurrences that took place on this day
New York’s Kew Gardens station witnessed the city’s most terrifying train accident on 22 November 1950
8 November: Remembering historic events that happened on this day
Mo re than 14 million people were impacted by Super Typhoon Haiyan's wrath throughout 44 provinces.
Cuban Crisis Redux: Tomahawks at Russia's doorstep, or a knife to the throat as Putin calls it
The deployment of US-made missile systems in eastern Europe eerily mirrors the Cuban missile crisis of 1962
Cuba marks six decades under US sanctions: Why JFK imposed blockade, impact on island nation
The economic blockade, which has become harsher over the years, has deeply affected the communist nation's fortunes and shows no signs of being lifted any time soon
Welcome, Willow! From Socks to Macroni, the pets who lived at the White House
Joe Biden recently added Willow, a green-eyed tabby from Pennsylvania to the White House family, the first feline tenant since President George W Bush's controversially named India. Here's a look at the other presidential pets in America
Joe Biden picks John F Kennedy's daughter as US ambassador to Australia
The 64-year-old previously served as ambassador to Japan from 2013 to 2017 under President Barack Obama
JFK Revisited: Oliver Stone revisits John F Kennedy's assassination in a new documentary
JFK Revisited: Through the Looking Glass is a kind of non-fiction addendum to one of Stone’s most sensational and controversial films - JFK (1991).
‘Anxious to see you’: John F Kennedy letters to Swedish lover to be auctioned
Von Post, who died in 2011 in Palm Beach, Florida, wrote a 1997 memoir, Love, Jack, about her relationship with Kennedy
George Floyd protests in US: With Donald Trump in the White House, the fight for racial justice gets nastier
By constantly threatening to deploy federal troops through executive fiat and encouraging states to use force against protesters, US president Donald Trump is openly flirting with militaristic authoritarianism while testing the limits of the law
Elvis Presley's rhinestone-studded jockstrap, lock of Marilyn Monroe's hair put up for auction
Elvis Presley's jockstrap is being offered in a sale of unusual celebrity memorabilia.
Bob Dylan releases Murder Most Foul, his first song in eight years, with allusions to John F Kennedy's assassination
In 2016, Bob Dylan became the first songwriter ever to win the Nobel Prize for Literature. 'Murder Most Foul' is his first original release since he received the award.
Donald Trump boasts about Iranian general Qassem Soleimani's death as 'American justice' in first 2020 election rally in Ohio
Donald Trump used his first campaign election rally of 2020 to argue that he served up 'American justice' by ordering a drone strike to take out Iranian General Qassem Soleimani while jeering Democratic leaders for questioning his decision to carry out the attack without first consulting Congress.
Donald Trump's mixed messages on Iran reflect muddled foreign policy, serve to unsettle rather than reassure
President Donald Trump opened a small window for diplomacy with Iran on Wednesday but combined his words with bald threats that made it hard to see how the two countries could break out of their cycle of confrontation and revenge
Operation Twist hasn’t quite produced expected outcomes but will RBI’s latest attempt buck previous trend?
A successful ‘Operation Twist’ could mitigate that additional need. Past experience, however, shows that success can be a mixed blessing.
Prince Williams announces Earthshot prize to help 'repair the Earth', pledges at least 50 solutions by 2030
By the end of this decade, they hope to have solutions that will solve some of Earth's greatest problems.
Paul A Volcker, Federal Reserve chairman who waged war on inflation and helped shape US economy for decades, dead at 92
Paul Volcker, a towering, taciturn and somewhat rumpled figure, arrived in Washington as America’s postwar economic hegemony was beginning to crumble. He would devote his professional life to wrestling with the consequences.
Political deaths that left a huge question mark behind them
Let’s take a look back at political deaths that sparked a wildfire of conspiracies, and still continue to do so.