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105-Year-Old WWII Veteran With No Surviving Relatives Receives 3,000 Birthday Cards

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A World War II veteran with no surviving relatives celebrated his 105th birthday with more than 3,000 cards from kind-hearted strangers. Ernest Horsfall, who has seen 27 Prime Ministers and five British monarchs in his lifetime, said he was ‘surprised and amazed’ at how many people wrote to him. He was showered with cards from […]

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Good News On This Day In History – May 18

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On this day 975 years ago, the astronomy and mathematician of the Seljuk Dynasty of Persia, Omar Khayyam, was born. Most famous for calculating the solar year with remarkable precision such that his calendar is still in use in Iran today, he also contributed to the understanding of the parallel axiom, and cubic equations. READ a […]

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2 Unknown Rembrandts Hidden In Private Collection For 200 Years Sparks Upcoming Auction

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A pair of small portraits made, perhaps spontaneously, of Rembrandt van Rijk’s distant in-laws were discovered recently among a private collection. Never seen before, or known in any of the Rembrandt literature, the portraits could be the smallest he ever made, and greatly surprised the owners who had never imagined the true origin of the […]

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Georgia State University Hails First Class Of Inmate Graduates: ‘A Degree To Utilize When They Come Home’

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In caps, gowns, and perhaps even ‘blues,’ 9 inmates at Walker State Prison in Georgia are set to receive their associates degrees for 60 credit hours of coursework done while incarcerated. 3 are graduating with highest honors (3.9 – 4.0 GPA) while the other 6 are gradutaing with high honors (3.7 – 3.89). Organized by […]

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