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William Miller: The Other Farmer from Upstate New York Who Spawned a Major Religious Movement

Whitny Braun | Posted 03.21.2016 | Religion
Whitny Braun

If you were raised in the Seventh-day Adventist Church like I was then there is a strong possibility that you experienced some permutation of the following question, "Adventists... same as Mormons, right?"

Hillary Clinton - Before They Were Famous

Outspeak | Posted 03.19.2016 | HuffPost Live 321

Before Hillary Clinton was involved in one of the most scandalous presidential 'mistakes' ever, before she made her super weird cameo on Broad City, and before she was running for Democratic Presidential candidate, she lived quite an accomplished life.

Betrayal (Some Thoughts)

Jane Simon, M.D. | Posted 03.18.2016 | Healthy Living
Jane Simon, M.D.

We do well to keep in mind the ubiquitous nature of betrayal that has been with us since the beginning of time and to recognize our capacity to betray and be betrayed.

The Subtle Course of Destiny

Petros Koublis | Posted 03.23.2016 | Arts
Petros Koublis

Forget all words and give shape to no phrases. We learn more in silence, undisturbed by the sound of our voice. For if destiny is mind dependent, then it's inferior to ourselves, therefore it's unimportant.

The Forgotten History of an African American Soldier Turned Rebel Leader in the Philippines

Elizabeth Kissam | Posted 03.17.2016 | Arts
Elizabeth Kissam

Recent films and plays highlight critical alternative voices our history lacks. The Birth of a Nation, Chocolat, Suffragette and Red Velvet portray fo...

The Story Behind 'The King and I'

ADST | Posted 03.16.2016 | World

The U.S. Foreign Service has attracted some very talented people over the years and many of those are the spouses of Foreign Service Officers. Julia Child is one notable example.

WATCH: Israeli Hiker Finds 2,000-Year-Old Gold Coin

The Huffington Post | Ishita Singh | Posted 03.16.2016 | HuffPost Live 321

Laurie Rimon was taking a break from her hike in Israel near Jerusalem when she stumbled upon a rare Roman coin. But Rimon didn't realize the coin was...

In Ukraine a War Rages on, and America Should Care

Kelli Stuart | Posted 03.15.2016 | World
Kelli Stuart

We must remember the struggle we faced to gain independence, the blood that was shed on our own land in the name of freedom, and we must willingly stand alongside those who are fighting for the same.

Living History: Three Books to Find Yourself In

Janet Mason | Posted 03.15.2016 | Books
Janet Mason

I have to admit that I find history fascinating. This hasn't always been the case. I first came across history in the way that most of us are "fe...

March Is Women's History Month

Jackie DeHon, Ph.D. | Posted 03.14.2016 | Women
Jackie DeHon, Ph.D.

I have written Women's History Month Guest Editorials since 1986. The first one I published in the Huffington Post blog was "Women in America's History," which was posted January 8, 2013. I plan to pick one from my book for each week of March to share with readers who may not have read them.

Who Said It: Reality TV Star Donald Trump Or Segregationist George Wallace?

The Huffington Post | Dana Liebelson | Posted 03.14.2016 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- GOP front-runner Donald Trump has built his campaign on white fear, populism and threats against protesters. It's not surprising he's dr...

The History of Assisted Reproductive Technology in Under 1000 Words...

Whitny Braun | Posted 03.14.2016 | Women
Whitny Braun

I have been talking about hyper ovulation, embryos, blastocysts and science of human reproduction a whole lot this past week as one of my dearest frie...

Women's History Month: 10 Recommended History Books on Black Women

Keisha N. Blain | Posted 03.14.2016 | Women
Keisha N. Blain

It's Women's History Month, a time when we celebrate the historical and contemporary contributions of women in the United States and other parts of th...

Kasich a Champion for Hunger Relief

William Lambers | Posted 03.14.2016 | Politics
William Lambers

The coming primaries will decide who the Republicans will nominate for President. They would be wise to look to someone who can tackle issues of great national and international importance like hunger. For America usually goes with the candidate who shows leadership in feeding the hungry. John Kasich has.

The Barbarity of History in Fourth Grade

Frank Ligtvoet | Posted 03.11.2016 | Education
Frank Ligtvoet

In the curriculum was of course talk about slaves and Native Americans, but I don't think the kids were taught that the plight of the victims was the dark reverse of the white American colonial experience and that the origins of some kids in their class were rooted in that barbaric counterpart.

#MemeHistory Is Twitter's Way Of Teaching Us All About History

The Huffington Post | Andy McDonald | Posted 03.11.2016 | Comedy

Anyone who knows a teacher knows that it's not an easy job. The divide between generations in regards to technology and the Internet is vast. So mayb...

How Did a Broadway Hit Teach My Kid More About U.S. History Than I Learned In College?

Cort Ruddy | Posted 03.11.2016 | Parents
Cort Ruddy

My 12-year-old daughter has become obsessed with Alexander Hamilton, and I don't know what to do about it. There's one sentence I never imagined I'd ...

There's More to Nashville Than Country Music

Debbie Martinez, M.A. | Posted 03.11.2016 | Travel
Debbie Martinez, M.A.

To all my faithful followers, all I can say is, "My boots are packed and I'm moving to Nashville!" Well, not really, but let me share with you what has led to this yearning.

Holy Dirt and Modern Pilgrims: El Santuario de Chimayó

James Orndorf | Posted 03.10.2016 | Travel
James Orndorf

Known as the "Lourdes of America," el Santuario de Chimayó, 40 miles north of Santa Fe, New Mexico, is one of the most important Catholic pilgrimage ...

History's 9 Most Insane Jewelry Heists

Aja Raden | Posted 03.10.2016 | Style
Aja Raden

We all know that beauty addles the mind -- but an interesting, though lesser known fact is that it's our motor cerebellum that's activated in the pres...

Facebook Friends and the Partisan Divide

Cody Lyon | Posted 03.09.2016 | New York
Cody Lyon

I didn't listen. Fast forward to my adult life in New York City and I think it's big fun to sit home and have two or three glasses of red wine while watching a Republican debate meltdown into Donald Trump's pants. But, maybe I should let my thoughts gestate a bit before I shout out three or four snarky Facebook status updates onto the internet as if I'm some cheap armchair pundit.

The European Castle Bucket List: 14 Castles You Must Hit

Thrillist | Posted 03.09.2016 | Travel

Because you can't spend your entire European vacation visiting -- or sleeping in -- every single castle or palace, we narrowed your medieval bucket list down to the continent's (and UK's) coolest 14.

A Serious Plea to Stop Doing This Immediately

Deirdre Maloney | Posted 03.07.2016 | Healthy Living
Deirdre Maloney

Putting ourselves down can be a tempting habit. It makes us seem humble. It fills the dead air of conversation. It gets ahead of others who might put us down first.

Rare Civil War-Era Shipwreck Discovered Off North Carolina Coast

The Huffington Post | David Freeman | Posted 03.11.2016 | Science

A century and a half have passed since the Civil War came to its end, and remarkable relics of the bloody conflict are still being found. In what may ...

Time Traveling in Cuba Through My Grandmother's Journal

Alyssa Ramos | Posted 03.07.2016 | Travel
Alyssa Ramos

Traveling to Cuba was never something I ever considered, even though both sides of my family have their roots there. Growing up as a Cuban-American du...