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Today in History

John the Fearless is murdered at Montereau, France, by supporters of the dauphin.
The Duke of Somerset leads the English to a resounding victory over the Scots at Pinkie Cleugh.
Thomas Cavendish returns to England, becoming the third man to circumnavigate the globe.
Lumber and furs are the first cargo to leave New Plymouth in North America for England.
The nine-ship American flotilla under Oliver Hazard Perry wrests naval supremacy from the British on Lake Erie by capturing or destroying a force of six English vessels.
Elias Howe patents the first practical sewing machine in the United States.
Sevastopol, under siege for nearly a year, capitulates to the Allies during the Crimean War.
Confederates at Carnifex Ferry, Virginia, fall back after being attacked by Union troops. The action is instrumental in helping preserve western Virginia for the Union.
Jules Vedrines becomes the first pilot to break the 100 m.p.h. barrier.
The six-day Battle of the Marne ends, halting the German advance into France.
In response to a dispute with Yugoslavia, Mussolini mobilizes Italian troops on the Serb front.
Jomo Kenyatta returns to Kenya from exile, during which he had been elected president of the Kenya National African Union.
President John F. Kennedy federalizes Alabama’s National Guard to prevent Governor George C. Wallace from using guardsmen to stop public-school desegregation.
Gibraltar votes to remain a British dependency instead of becoming part of Spain.
Guinea-Bissau (Portuguese Guinea) gains independence from Portugal.
Pablo Picasso’s painting Guernica is returned to Spain and installed in Madrid’s Prado Museum. Picasso stated in his will that the painting was not to return to Spain until the Fascists lost power and democracy was restored.
Contestant Charles Ingram cheats on the British version of Who Wants to Be a Millionaire and wins 1 million pounds.
Sweden’s foreign minister, Anna Lindh, is stabbed while shopping and dies the next day.
Nawaz Sharif, former prime minister of Pakistan, returns after 7 years in exile, following a military coup in October 1999.
The Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator—described as the biggest scientific experiment in history—is powered up in Geneva, Switzerland.

Scotland to Scandinavia by Ship ... A Toy Ship That Is

This little toy ship is now well on its way to sailing the seven seas after it somehow managed to travel all the way from Scotland to Scandinavia.

Viking Leaders

Scientists from Sweden’s Uppsala University have produced DNA evidence that women Viking warriors fought alongside their male counterparts in the Swedish Viking Age.

Russians Getting Duel Russian/American Citizenships

The Dumbass’ affection for Putin and accommodating stance on Russia have had a trickle-down effect ...

Equifax tries to get hacked customers to waive right to sue

Equifax, the credit score company that put more than 140 million Americans at risk of identity theft this week, will not let you engage in a class-action lawsuit if you consent to arbitration on its website.

St. Louis couple wins $32.4 million over illegal bible-thumping robocalls

The promoters of a 'christian' film hawked by religio-wingnut Huckabee via robocalls have been hit with a $32.4 million judgement by a federal judge.

Chicago man wanted on hate crime charges after bizarre ‘slave’ rant

Chicago man wanted on hate crime charges after bizarre ‘slave’ rant outside Starbucks

ICE Illegally Held a U.S. Citizen in Detention Center for 1,273 Days

What happens when ICE wrongly detains a U.S. citizen for almost three and a half years? Well, a whole lot of nothing. Take the case of Davino Watson, who was held in ICE detention facilities for 1,273 days faced with the improbable task of proving his American citizenship without access to a lawyer. According to two United States Court of Appeals judges, his detention was simply business as usual.

FBI probing Utah cop who arrested nurse for refusing to draw blood

The FBI said on Friday it is examining whether federal laws were violated by a Utah police detective who is shown on video assaulting and arresting a nurse after she refused to allow taking a blood sample from an unconscious patient.
The July 26 incident involving Salt Lake City police Detective Jeff Payne is already being investigated by state authorities, who requested the help of the Federal Bureau of Investigations on Thursday.
Sandra Yi Barker, a spokeswoman at the FBI’s Salt Lake City field office, said agents already opened a review of the matter after videos of Payne forcefully arresting University of Utah Hospital nurse Alex Wubbels emerged last week.

‘Some thug woman!’

Conspiracy website Infowars is escalating the site’s ongoing battle with a young girl. It started when Infowars 'reporter' Owen Shroyer was called, “a fucking idiot” by the girl as he randomly spoke to passersby in an Austin park.
Wingnuts really can't handle the truth, can they.

Warren Jeffs’ cult ordered to shell out $16 million for forcing a teen to marry her cousin

A woman who was forced by convicted cult leader and child molester Warren Jeffs to marry her cousin when she was 14 is to be awarded $16 million by his Mormon cult.

Fox 'News' terminates Bolling after sexual harassment probe

Fox 'News' announced on Friday that it is parting ways with long-time hack Bolling after investigating charges of sexual harassment made against him by multiple women.

Yet Another Wingnut Pervert

A former staffer for Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin may have tried to destroy evidence on his cell phone after a woman accused him of taking “upskirt” photos of her during a state budget meeting.
Well at least it wasn't little boys as most wingnuts are wanting ....

Tomi Lahren's Ancestor Nabbed For Forging US Citizenship Papers

‘My success in Hell is assured’

Investigators in Douglas County, Oregon have released the “rambling” six-page manifesto left by the 26-year-old who killed nine people at Umpqua Community College...

Angry wingnut points gun at woman because her bumper stickers were ‘stupid’

Edward Burns, of Ozark, was charged with unlawful use of a weapon, a class E felony, in connection with the encounter, reported the Christian County Headliner.

Wingnut Media Is Using Hurricane Harvey to Push a New Racist Narrative

The sun has gone wrong and scientists don't know why

If you still have your solar viewing glasses from the eclipse, now is a good time to slap them on and look up at the sun. You’ll see two big dark areas visible on our star. These massive sunspots are regions of intense and complicated magnetic fields that can produce solar flares – bursts of high-energy radiation. You can just make them out with solar viewing glasses, but they’re better viewed through a solar telescope. 

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