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Today in History for March 23rd
March 23, 2019

Today in History for March 23rd

Highlights of this day in history: Patrick Henry declares, 'Give me liberty, or give me death,' German parliament grants Adolf Hitler dictatorial powers, President Reagan proposes anti-nuke 'Star Wars' program, Movie 'Titanic' wins 11 Oscars. (March 23)
Fire reignites at Houston-area industrial plant
March 22, 2019

Fire reignites at Houston-area industrial plant

Fire reignited Friday at the Houston-area industrial plant where an earlier blaze burned for days and sent plumes of black smoke over much of Southeast Texas. (March 22)
Trump: Democrats are 'anti-Israel...anti-Jewish'
March 22, 2019

Trump: Democrats are 'anti-Israel...anti-Jewish'

As he left for Mar-a-Lago Friday morning, President Donald Trump said he has "no idea" about the timing of the release of the Mueller report, which he called a "big hoax." He also repeated his claims that Democrats are "anti-Jewish." (March 22)
Trump to colleges: Back free speech or lose funds
March 21, 2019

Trump to colleges: Back free speech or lose funds

President Donald Trump signed an executive order Thursday requiring U.S. colleges to protect free speech on their campuses or risk losing federal research funding. (March 21)
Universities oppose Trump order on campus speech
March 21, 2019

Universities oppose Trump order on campus speech

The University of California and other American colleges say they're opposed to an executive order by President Donald Trump that requires universities to protect free speech on their campuses or risk losing federal research funding. (March 21)
84-year-old Vermont pole vaulter to compete in Poland
March 22, 2019

84-year-old Vermont pole vaulter to compete in Poland

Florence “Flo” Filion Meiler, an 84-year-old competitive female pole vaulter, is headed to the world competition in Poland this week, where she'll be the only one in her age group for pole vaulting. (March 22)
ACLU: Black man detained as he moved into his home
March 21, 2019

ACLU: Black man detained as he moved into his home

The Kansas chapter of the American Civil Liberties Union has asked state officials to investigate after a black man was detained by police while moving into his home. The incident was captured on police body camera and occurred last August. (March 21)
Video shows teen's beating during WV traffic stop
March 21, 2019

Video shows teen's beating during WV traffic stop

Prosecutor in West Virginia releases police dashcam video showing teenager being beaten by officers and punched during a November traffic stop. (March 21)
Iditarod musher says he never mistreated dogs
March 21, 2019

Iditarod musher says he never mistreated dogs

The Iditarod musher who had a comfortable lead in this year’s race when his dogs quit on him says critics who say he ran his team too hard don't know a thing about him. (March 21)
Israeli PM welcomes Trump's Golan Heights decision
March 21, 2019

Israeli PM welcomes Trump's Golan Heights decision

Israel's Prime Minister has thanked President Donald Trump for recognizing Israel's control over the Golan Heights. Benjamin Netanyahu was speaking alongside Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Jerusalem, ahead of a visit to Washington. (March 21)
Midwest flood victims begin cleaning up
March 21, 2019

Midwest flood victims begin cleaning up

Residents in parts of the Midwest are trying to pick up after their homes and belongings were damaged by flood waters. (March 21)
Suspects in murder case returned to Baltimore
March 21, 2019

Suspects in murder case returned to Baltimore

A man who garnered media attention after maintaining that a panhandler killed his wife returned to Baltimore, along with his daughter, to face murder charges. (March 21)
Migrant parents, children enter overtaxed system
March 21, 2019

Migrant parents, children enter overtaxed system

A record high number of immigrants crossed into the U.S. illegally along the southern border in February. The U.S. Border Patrol expects more to arrive, taxing an already beleaguered immigration enforcement system. (March 21)
Neb. Gov.: Nearly $1.4 billion in flooding losses
March 20, 2019

Neb. Gov.: Nearly $1.4 billion in flooding losses

Officials say recent flooding in parts of Nebraska has caused nearly $1.4 billion in estimated losses and damage. (March 20)
Rescues ongoing in flood-hit Mozambique areas
March 21, 2019

Rescues ongoing in flood-hit Mozambique areas

A week after Cyclone Idai hit coastal Mozambique and swept across the country to Zimbabwe, the death, damage and flooding continues in southern Africa, making it one of the most destructive natural disasters in the region's recent history. (March 21)