On This Day: April 15

10 years of headlines that grabbed us.
April 15, 2023
A Biden Nomination Is Looking Shaky
President Biden's choice to be the next labor secretary is running up against some tough math.  Keep reading >>
April 15, 2022
For Anteater in Tennessee Zoo, a Big Rabies First
A rabies variant not usually seen in Tennessee apparently found its way there via Virginia, and a captive anteater is getting the blame.  Keep reading >>
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April 15, 2021
Queen Eliminates Harry's Funeral Wardrobe Stress
Senior royals must wear civilian clothes to Prince Philip's Saturday funeral, defusing potential tensions over who would be allowed to don military uniforms.  Keep reading >>
April 15, 2020
Witherspoon Wanted to Help Teachers. It Backfired
Reese Witherspoon said she wanted "to show teachers a little extra love" in offering free dresses through her fashion line, Draper James, earlier this month, per Glamour.  Keep reading >>
April 15, 2019
Notre Dame Fire: 'Everything Is Collapsing'
Paris' iconic Notre Dame is burning, and it may be doomed.  Keep reading >>
April 15, 2018
Trump Again Rails on Comey: 'Slippery,' 'WORST, ''Slimeball!'
President Trump spent Sunday morning writing something of a book of his own via Twitter, reports the AP, largely in response to former FBI Director James Comey's tome.  Keep reading >>
April 15, 2017
Judge Slammed for Calling Rapist Bishop a 'Good Man'
Judge Thomas Low called former Mormon bishop Keith Vallejo an "extraordinarily good man" when he sentenced him to up to life in prison on rape and sexual abuse charges this week, leaving open the question of what somebody would have to do for Low to consider them a bad person.  Keep reading >>
April 15, 2016
Palin Says She's Got As Much Science Cred as Bill Nye
Sarah Palin has taken on rapper Azealia Banks, Lena Dunham, and, of course, President Obama, but now she's taking on science itself via one of its most well-known representatives.  Keep reading >>
April 15, 2015
'A Female Shouldn't Be President,' Says Female CEO
Cheryl Rios is the CEO of Dallas-based Go Ape Marketing, but some are saying her views on leadership are as primitive as her company's moniker.  Keep reading >>
April 15, 2014
In Shootout With Feds, We'd 'Put Women at Front': Ex-Sheriff
Fortunately, a face-off between a rancher's supporters—some armed—and federal officials concluded peacefully in Nevada on Saturday.  Keep reading >>