Today in History for July 12

Highlights of this day in history: Julius Caesar born; Walter Mondale taps Geraldine Ferraro as the first woman to run on a major party ticket for the White House; Boris Yeltsin quits the Soviet Communist Party; Comedian Bill Cosby born. (July 12)

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Today in History for March 15th

Highlights of Today in History: Julius Caesar assassinated in Rome; Johnson urges passage of Voting Rights Act; Worldcom CEO Bernard Ebbers convicted of fraud; Elizabeth Taylor marries Richard Burton; “My Fair Lady” debuts on Broadway. (March 15)

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Today in History for July 12

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Highlights of this day in history: Julius Caesar born; Walter Mondale taps Geraldine Ferraro as the first woman to run on a major party ticket for the White House; Boris Yeltsin quits the Soviet Communist Party; Comedian Bill Cosby born. (July 12)

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Highlights of Today in History: Julius Caesar assassinated in Rome; Johnson urges passage of Voting Rights Act; Worldcom CEO Bernard Ebbers convicted of fraud; Elizabeth Taylor marries Richard Burton; “My Fair Lady” debuts on Broadway. (March 15)

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Et tu Brute? Sponsors kill theatre backing over Trump-ish ‘Julius Ceasar’ role

In New York, a play featuring the stabbing of a president Trump look-alike has come under fire – for allegedly inciting violence. It’s a production of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar… and the main character is styled to look like the US president. Several sponsors of the theatre – Delta Airlines and Bank of America among them – pulled their financial support…

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