Today in History for January 29th

(29 Jan 2019) Highlights of Today in History: President George W. Bush warns terrorists still threaten United States;bomb rocks an abortion clinic in Birmingham;”The Raven” is first published; Ty Cobb named hall of famer;Oprah Winfrey is born

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Family: State protecting officer in Ala. shooting

(17 Dec 2018) Relatives of a black man shot to death by an Alabama police officer who apparently mistook him for a shooting suspect are complaining about the state’s decision to take over the investigation from Birmingham’s first black district attorney. (Dec.17)

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Alabama mall shooting suspect appears in court

(30 Nov 2018) Suspect arrested in Georgia for shooting in a mall in Birmingham, Alabama has agreed to return home to face charges (Nov. 30)

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Skeletons unearthed in giant UK train line excavation

Work is underway to unearth an estimated 40,000 skeletons from a former graveyard which is being cleared as one of dozens of archaeological projects that will clear the way for HS2, the UK’s new high speed railway linking London with Birmingham and the North. 1,200 skeletons have already been dug up from St James Gardens, next to London’s Euston Station, to make way for the new line’s terminus.

Theresa May shows off her Abba dance moves

(3 Oct 2018) UK Prime Minister Theresa May showed off her moves to Abba’s “Dancing Queen” Wednesday as she took the stage at the Conservative Party’s annual conference in Birmingham. (Oct. 3)

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Britain’s May shakes it up with ‘Dancing Queen’ boogie

British Prime minister Theresay May dances her way to the stage at the Conservative conference in Birmingham. IMAGES

Alabama Hospital Gunman Kills Man and Himself

One man is dead and another is in stable condition after a gunman opened fire at a Birmingham, Alabama hospital before fatally shooting himself on Wednesday, police said. (March 15)

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Prince Harry and Meghan in Birmingham for Women’s Day

Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle visit Birmingham on International Women’s Day to learn about projects that encourage women to choose career paths in science and technology.

Prince Harry and Meghan in Birmingham for Women’s Day

Prince Harry and his fiancee Meghan Markle visit Birmingham on International Women’s Day – to learn about projects which encourage women to choose career paths in science and technology. IMAGES