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Today in History

Pepin the Short of Gaul dies. His dominions are divided between his sons Charles (Charlemagne) and Carloman.
In the first of the Franco-Habsburg Wars, the Holy Roman Emperor Charles V captures the French king Francis I at the Battle of Pavia, Italy.
Ferdinand of Hapsburg and John Zapolyai, the two kings of Hungary, conclude the peace of Grosswardein.
Chief Justice John Marshall, by refusing to rule on the case of Marbury vs. Madison, asserts the authority of the judicial branch.
Off Guiana, the American sloop Hornet sinks the British sloop Peacock.
Mexico gains independence from Spain.
Some 3,000 Mexicans launch an assault on the Alamo with its 182 Texan defenders.
The Cuban War of Independence begins.
Japan officially agrees to restrict emigration to the U.S.
Italy bombs Beirut in the first act of war against the Ottoman Empire.
The Jewish organization Hadassah is founded in New York City.
Civil War soldier Joshua Chamberlain dies.
A film version of Jules Verne’s 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea opens in New York.
Herbert Hoover becomes Secretary of Commerce.
The New Gallery of New York exhibits works of Archibald Motley, its first show to feature a black artist.
Merrill’s Marauders, a specially trained group of American soldiers, begin their ground campaign against Japan into Burma.
U.S. forces liberate prisoners of war in the Los Baños Prison in the Philippines.
Franz von Papen is sentenced to eight years in a labor camp for war crimes.
Khrushchev rejects the Western plan for the Big Four meeting on Germany.
North Vietnamese troops capture the imperial palace in Hue, South Vietnam.
Hanoi negotiators walk out of the peace talks in Paris to protest U.S. air raids on North Vietnam.
General Norman Schwarzkopf, commander of the coalition army, sends in ground forces during the Gulf War.

Time Crystals

Psychedelics Help Reduce Opioid Addiction

Life Expectancy Fail

U.S. Will Have Lowest Life Expectancy Among All Industrialized Nations By 2030
U.S. Will Have Lowest Life Expectancy Among All Industrialized Nations By 2030


Teacher in Boston admits to sexually abusing 12 male students

Doctors refuse to treat women as walking medical experiments under Utah’s new extreme anti-abortion law

Utah passed a law last year that maintained fetuses feel pain. Thus, before an abortion, women are now required to have some form of “fetal anesthesia.”

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Maryland’s Assault Weapons Ban

Flight Celebration

How the 'guerrilla archivists' saved history

Wingnuts Try Techniques To Avoid Town Hall Embarrassment

Dumbass Trump is a ‘psychiatric Frankenstein monster’ who is at war with ‘imagined enemies’

Dumbass Trump Plans To Deport Anyone Caught Crossing Southern Border To Mexico, Regardless Of Nationality

Here Come The Stasi

Dumbass Trump's Deportation Force Outlined
Here Come The Stasi: Trump's Deportation Force Outlined

Law Enforcement Using Facebook and Apple to Data-Mine Accounts

Astronomers find seven Earth-size planets where life may be possible

NGC 5907 X-1

Rare fossil discovery raises questions

Rare fossil discovery raises questions
Adult and juvenile remains of a giant rodent species (Isostylomys laurdillardi) have been uncovered by researchers, in the Río de la Plata coastal region of southern Uruguay, raising questions about classification within dinomids. The study, … Read more

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