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Today in History

Napoleon Bonaparte participates in a coup and declares himself dictator of France.
The first U.S. Post Office in California opens in San Francisco at Clay and Pike streets.
Russia completes its occupation of Manchuria.
President Theodore Roosevelt leaves Washington, D.C., for a 17-day trip to Panama and Puerto Rico, becoming the first president to make an official visit outside of the United States.
The Australian light cruiser HMAS Sydney wrecks the German cruiser Emden, forcing her to beach on a reef on North Keeling Island in the Indian Ocean.
Germany is proclaimed a republic as the kaiser abdicates and flees to the Netherlands.
Japanese troops invade Shanghai, China.
Nazis kill 35 Jews, arrest thousands and destroy Jewish synagogues, homes and stores throughout Germany. The event becomes known as Kristallnacht, the night of the shattered glass.
Roger Allen LaPorte, a 22-year-old former seminarian and a member of the Catholic worker movement, immolates himself at the United Nations in New York City in protest of the Vietnam War.
Nine Northeastern states and parts of Canada go dark in the worst power failure in history, when a switch at a station near Niagara Falls fails.
NASA launches Apollo 4 into orbit with the first successful test of a Saturn V rocket.
Bones discovered by the Leakeys push human origins back 1 million years.
Alfred Heineken, a beer brewer from Amsterdam, is kidnapped and held for a ransom of more than $10 million.
The Berlin Wall is opened after dividing the city for 28 years.
Stari Most, a 427-year-old bridge in the city of Mostar in Bosnia and Herzegovina, is destroyed, believed to be caused by artillery fire from Bosnian Croat forces.
The chemical element Darmstadtium, a radioactive synthetic element, discovered by scientists in Darmstadt, Germany.
The largest civil settlement in US history is levied: 37 brokerage houses are ordered to pay $1.3 billion to NASDAQ investors to compensate for price fixing.
The German Bundestag passes a controversial bill mandating the storage of citizens’ telecommunications traffic data for six months without probable cause.

Things That Are Probably True About You If You Identify as Spiritual

'It's The Climate Change, Stupid'

Don't Forget The California Wildfires! 'It's The Climate Change, Stupid'Don't Forget The California Wildfires!

Closing Public Schools Undermines Democracy

Stephen Hawking warns artificial intelligence could destroy civilization

World-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking has warned that artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to destroy civilization and could be the worst thing that has ever happened to humanity.
Seaking at a technology conference in Lisbon, Portugal, Hawking told attendees that mankind had to find a way to control computers, CNBC reports.

American Hyper-Capitalism Breeds the Lonely, Alienated Men

Flying the Unfriendly Skies

Extreme Poverty Cut in Half?

From Mexico With Love

Dumbass Trump Is Literally Damaging Americans' Brains

Antifa Jackets

Someone Tried To Cash In On Antifa With These $375 Jackets And Twitter Had A Field Day
This was a MAJOR fail!

Killer Mom

Before dumping the body in a trash bin, a South Miami-Dade woman used a pillow to fatally smother her 4-year-old daughter on Halloween night because of "hearing the girl talk back to her," police said Monday.

Rapist Cops

Two New York Police Department (NYPD) officers accused of raping a handcuffed 18-year-old woman earlier this year inside a police van in Coney Island, Brooklyn, have stepped down from their post.
Eddie Martins, 37, and Richard Hall, 32, had been suspended without pay from their assignments at NYPD Brooklyn South Narcotics and left the department after being arrested last week.

Cop who murdered a man in road rage acquitted

An off-duty police officer who fatally shot an unarmed black man was acquitted Monday of all charges.
The verdict has led the siblings of Delrawn Small to demand the "trigger-friendly" cop, who is also black, be fired from the New York Police Department for "murder, in cold blood."
The  police officer, Wayne Isaacs, shot Small three times in 2016 after the 37-year-old approached his tan vehicle at a stoplight. Isaacs allegedly cut in front of Small's car minutes earlier, also holding his girlfriend, four-month-old son and 14-year-old daughter. Small, who was unarmed, reportedly cursed at Isaacs for endangering his family.

Saudi Arabia Crown Prince's crackdown rocks Middle East

Saudi Arabia, a key U.S. ally that is one of the world's most backward societies, has been at the center of a recent series of major events that highlight an ongoing political upheaval being staged by the kingdom's crown prince and his growing tension with rival Iran.

Pentagon reveals a lapse in background check database allowed Texas cult gunman to buy weapons

The man who committed the deadliest mass shooting in Texas history was able to buy guns legally from a sporting goods store because a prior domestic violence conviction was never entered into an FBI database used in background checks, officials said.

Dog Was Answering Victims’ Prayers By Letting Them Get Shot

We are 308 days into 2017, and so far there have been 378 mass shootings — most done by angry white men with too many guns and with domestic violence...

The Far Right Fantasized About a Gun Battle With Antifa

Animal Pictures