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Today in History

The port of Damietta falls to the Crusaders after a siege.
The Emperor Akbar defeats the Hindus at Panipat and secures control of the Mogul Empire.
Guy Fawkes is betrayed and arrested in an attempt to blow up the British Parliament in the “Gunpowder Plot.” Ever since, England has celebrated Guy Fawkes Day.
The Iroquois League signs a peace treaty with the French, vowing not to wage war with other tribes under French protection.
Frederick II of Prussia defeats the French at Rosbach in the Seven Years War.
William Johnson, the northern Indian Commissioner, signs a treaty with the Iroquois Indians to acquire much of the land between the Tennessee and Ohio rivers for future settlement.
Having decided to abandon the Niagara frontier, the American army blows up Fort Erie.
Afghanistan surrenders to the British army.
The British and the French defeat the Russians at Inkerman, Crimea.
Lincoln relieves General George McClellan of command of the Union armies and names Maj. Gen. Ambrose Burnside commander of the Army of the Potomac.
Susan B. Anthony is arrested for trying to vote.
Calbraith P. Rodgers ends first transcontinental flight–49 days from New York to Pasadena, Calif.
Woodrow Wilson is elected the 28th president of the United States.
France and Great Britain declare war on Turkey.
General John Pershing leads U.S. troops into the first American action against German forces.
Sinclair Lewis becomes the first American to win a Nobel Prize in Literature for his novel Babbit.
Parker Brothers company launches “Monopoly,” a game of real estate and capitalism.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt is re-elected for a third term.
Nixon is elected 37th president of the United States.
Shirley Chisholm of Brooklyn, New York, becomes the first elected African-American woman to serve in the House of Representatives.
Andre Dallaire’s attempt to assassinate Canadian Prime Minister Jean Chretien is foiled when the prime minister’s wife locks the door.
Gary Ridgway, known as the Green River Killer, pleads guilty to 48 counts of murder.
Former president of Iraq Saddam Hussein, along with Barzan Ibrahim al-Tikriti and Awad Hamed al-Bandar, is sentenced to death for the massacre of 148 Shi’a Muslims in 1982.
Chang’e 1, China’s first lunar satellite, begins its orbit of the moon.
The deadliest mass shooting at a US military installation occurs at Fort Hood, Texas, when US Army Major Nidal Malik Hasan kills 13 and wounds 29.

Thoughts Every Woman Has During Cuffing Season

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'Tis the season...to find a temporary relationship.

Poor Health Could Be Costing You $4,000 In Earnings a Year

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Simple Hacks to Eat Healthy On a Budget

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8 Simple Hacks to Eat Healthy On a Budget
Eating a balanced diet doesn’t have to drain your bank account

Is It Strep Or Just A Bad Sore Throat?

Symptoms Of Diabetes That Are So Subtle You Might Totally Miss Them

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From unexplained weight loss to frequent yeast infections, keep these signs on your radar.

Millennials Have Had It with Capitalism

Transformation of graphite into hexagonal diamond

Transformation of graphite into hexagonal diamond
A new study by Washington State University researchers answers longstanding questions about the formation of a rare type of diamond during major meteorite strikes. Hexagonal...

Even Dumbass Trump's Mother Was Afraid That She Had Raised a Monster

Missouri boy too depressed to go to school after employee calls him a ‘fucking nigger’

Missouri boy too depressed to go to school after employee calls him a ‘fucking nigger’
OK, the name caller was/is an idiot but the boy is letting them win with his 'depression'. He is allowing a moron to deprive him of an education (however shitty that might be in Missouri) and an education always overcomes idiots - that's why they don't want you to have one.

White supremacist wants to make Papa John’s the official pizza of the alt-right

A columnist at the neo-Nazi Daily Stormer praised Papa John’s founder John Schlatter’s criticisms of the NFL.

Gorka Does Not Deny Being A Nazi

Sebastian Gorka Does Not Deny Being A Nazi
We think the reason for that is fairly obvious.

Man who killed three in Colorado Walmart was ‘angry’ loner

Last Wednesday, Ostrem walked into a Walmart store, pulled out his handgun and shot three people dead who were unfortunate enough to be standing in line by the door.

US internet firms back bill to fight online sex trafficking

Major U.S. internet firms on Friday said they would support legislation to make it easier to penalize operators of websites that facilitate online sex trafficking, marking a sharp reversal for Silicon Valley on an issue long considered a top policy priority.

Massachusetts banker busted for taking 'upskirt' photos

A New Bedford banker is out of a job and looking at criminal charges after he was caught using his cell phone to take “upskirt” photos of female clients and bank tellers at his job.

Memphis police put ankle monitor GPS devices on dozens of domestic assault victims

The Memphis Police Department is under fire for an alleged pattern of misconduct towards female victims of crime.

Perry Suggests Fossil Fuels Prevent Sexual Assault?

Working to mimic giant clams to enhance the production of biofuel

Researchers working to mimic giant clams to enhance the production of biofuel
Alison Sweeney of the University of Pennsylvania has been studying giant clams since she was a postdoctoral fellow at the University of California, Santa...

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