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Today in History

1066 William of Normandy defeats King Harold in the Battle of Hastings.
1651 Laws are passed in Massachusetts forbidding the poor to adopt excessive styles of dress.
1705 The English Navy captures Barcelona in Spain.
1773 Britain’s East India Company tea ships’ cargo is burned at Annapolis, Md.
1806 Napoleon Bonaparte crushes the Prussian army at Jena, Germany.
1832 Blackfeet Indians attack American Fur Company trappers near Montana’s Jefferson River, killing one.
1912 Former U.S. President Theodore Roosevelt is shot and wounded in an assassination attempt in Milwaukee. He is saved by the papers in his breast pocket and, though wounded, insists on finishing his speech.
1933 The Geneva disarmament conference breaks up as Germany proclaims its withdrawal from the disarmament initiative, as well as from the League of Nations, effective October 23. This begins the German policy of independent action in foreign affairs.
Prisoners at Nazi Germany’s Sobibór extermination camp in Poland revolt against the Germans, killing 11 SS guards, and wounding many more. About 300 of the Sobibor Camp’s 600 prisoners escape, and about 50 of these will survive the end of the war.
1944 German Field Marshal Rommel, suspected of complicity in the July 20th plot against Adolf Hitler, is visited at home by two of Hitler’s staff and given the choice of public trial or suicide by poison. He chooses suicide and it is announced that he died of wounds.
1947 Test pilot Chuck Yeager breaks the sound barrier aboard a Bell X-1 rocket plane.
1950 Chinese Communist Forces begin to infiltrate the North Korean Army.
1962 The Cuban Missile Crisis begins; a USAF U-2 reconnaissance pilot photographs Cubans installing Soviet-made missiles capable of carrying nuclear warheads.
1964 Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. is awarded the Nobel Peace Prize for advocating a policy of non-violence.
1966 Montreal, Quebec, Canada, opens its underground Montreal Metro rapid-transit system.
1968 US Defense Department announces 24,000 soldiers and Marines will be sent back to Vietnam for involuntary second tours of duty.
1968 Jim Hines, USA, breaks the “ten-second barrier” in the 100-meter sprint at the Olympics in Mexico City; his time was 9.95.
1969 The British 50-pence coin enters the UK’s currency, the first step toward converting to a decimal system, which was planned for 1971.
1983 Prime Minister of Grenada Maurice Bishop is overthrown and later executed by a military coup.
1994 The Nobel Peace Prize is awarded to Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat, Israel’s Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin and Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres for establishing the Oslo Accords and preparing for Palestinian Self Government.
1998 Eric Robert Rudolph is charged with the 1996 bombing during the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia; It was one of several bombing incidents Rudolph carried out to protest legalized abortion in the US.
2012 Felix Baumgartner breaks the world record for highest manned balloon flight, highest parachute jump, and greatest free-fall velocity, parachuting from an altitude of approximately 24 miles (39km).

Puerto Ricans Are So Desperate They're Trying to Drink Toxic Water at Hazardous Waste Sites

Puerto Rico’s Governor Pleads For Help After Dumbass Trump Threatens To Abandon Recovery Efforts

Dumbass Trump is a monster.

‘Stop the genocide’

After her lambasting of Dumbass Trump on Twitter, San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulín Cruz issued an incendiary press statement in which she called for international agencies to intervene in Puerto Rico.

Federal employees brought in Puerto Ricans to provide them a ‘spa day’ while doing disaster relief

A veteran doctor who’s worked on humanitarian missions in ten countries affected by disaster quit abruptly after witnessing federal disaster relief staffers in Puerto Rico bring in citizens to provide them with a “spa day” on the taxpayers dime.

Professional Sports Teams Are Avoiding Dubmbass Trump Hotels in Droves

The Next Wave of the Tech Revolution Will Wipe Out Millions of Jobs

For-Profit Charter Schools Offering Students Cash, Swag to Refer Their Friends

World's Largest Meatpacking Company CEO Arrested

Costco Cashing in on Preppers' Paranoia

Man Leaves Bomb At NC Airport In Advance Of 'Preparing To Fight A War On U.S. Soil'

Big Pharma Plays Every Dirty Trick in the Book to Transform Teens and Adults Into Opioid-Zombified Addicts

Jailed anti-vax mom 'devastated' when she learned her son has been vaccinated

Rebecca Bredow, the Michigan anti-vax mother who was jailed because she refused to let her son receive vaccinations, was not happy to learn that her son received four immunizations this week.

‘We should have hung all u niggas’

A Texas teenager was threatened with lynching after she called a classmate racist during an argument over NFL protests during the national anthem.

‘I will continue to stand tall’

Gem Aimable, a 19-year-old Army National Guard private, was in uniform when a white man she cut off in traffic followed her multiple blocks to accost her.

Yale investigating after fraternity accused of blocking black woman from a party

A fraternity at a Yale University college has been accused of racism by a mixed-race woman who says it refused to let her into a party over the weekend based on the color of her skin—a charge that the frat denies.

100,000 U.S. Prisoners Are Trapped in Isolation Units

Police Action in American Cities Is No Different Than Attacking the Enemy in Iraq

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