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The British sign a preliminary agreement in Paris, recognizing American independence.
Mexico declares war on France.
The British Parliament sends to Queen Victoria an ultimatum for the United States, demanding the release of two Confederate diplomats who were seized on the British ship Trent.
The Union wins the Battle of Franklin, Tennessee.
The French government denounces British actions in South Africa, declaring sympathy for the Boers.
Oscar Wilde dies in a Paris hotel room after saying of the room’s wallpaper: “One of us has got to go.”
President Theodore Roosevelt publicly denounces segregation of Japanese schoolchildren in San Francisco.
Women cast votes for the first time in French legislative elections.
Non-belief in Nazism is proclaimed grounds for divorce in Germany.
Russian forces take Danzig in Poland and invade Austria.
The Soviet Union completes the division of Berlin, installing the government in the Soviet sector.
President Harry Truman declares that the United States will use the A-bomb to get peace in Korea.
The United States offers emergency oil to Europe to counter the Arab ban.
The Soviet Union vetoes a UN seat for Kuwait, pleasing Iraq.
India and Pakistan decide to end a 10-year trade ban.
Pioneer II sends photos back to NASA as it nears Jupiter.
Pope John Paul II becomes the first pope in 1,000 years to attend an Orthodox mass.
Representatives of the US and the USSR meet in Geneva, Switzerland, to begin negotiations on reducing the number of intermediate-range nuclear weapons in Europe.
Thriller, Michael Jackson’s second solo album, is released; the album, produced by Quincy Jones, became the best-selling album in history.
US President Bill Clinton signs the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act (better known as the Brady Bill) into law.
The MS Achille Lauro, a ship with a long history of problems, including a 1985 terrorist hijacking, catches fire off the coast of Somalia.
Operation Desert Storm officially comes to an end.
Exxon and Mobil Oil agree to a $73.7 billion merger, creating the world’s largest company, Exxon-Mobil.
On the game show Jeopardy! contestant Ken Jennings loses after 74 consecutive victories. It is the longest winning streak in game-show history, earning him a total of over $3 million.
John Sentamu becomes Archbishop of York, making him the Church of England’s first black archbishop.

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Shady company hired by Dumbass Trump’s FEMA never delivered on helping Puerto Rico

A company that was only founded this past August was given a $30 million contract from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to help supply Puerto Rico with emergency tarps and plastic sheeting — but it never delivered on its promises.

Barbie shows support for LGBTQ rights on Instagram

Barbie showed her support for the LGBTQ community last week on Instagram. Photos emerged on the social media website featuring the iconic doll dressed in a "Love Wins" t-shirt that was created by blogger and fashion designer Aimee Song. The shirt is a part of Song's collection Two Songs.

The Secret Epidemic of Sexual Assault at One of the Country's Most Popular Spas

Michigan parents furious 15-year-old rapist coming back to school

Parents at one Michigan school are furious that a teenage sex “predator” could be returning to classes after spending about six weeks in detention.
The 15-year-old was sentenced to 45 days in juvenile detention last month after pleading guilty to sexual assault, and he could return to Brighton High School as early as next week, reported WXYZ-TV.
The teenager was originally charged with 31 felonies but pleaded guilty to six counts as part of an agreement with prosecutors that called for 15 months in a sexual offender rehabilitation facility.
The judge decided to shorten that sentence and place the boy in a juvenile facility, and parents remain outraged.

Millionaire South Carolina developer charged with raping woman

A prominent South Carolina property developer and former board member of local Episcopal school has been arrested and charged with raping a woman after reportedly slipping something into her wine.

Asian woman says she was harassed by federal agents after being mistaken for sex trafficking victim

An Asian woman who lives in Georgia is alleging that federal agents detained her for more than an hour because they mistook her for a human trafficking victim.
Local NBC affiliate 11 Alive reports that Atlanta metro area resident Stephanie Ung says she and her friend were both departing a Delta flight back from Cancun when they were stopped by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers who detained and questioned them for over an hour.
Ung explained to them that she was just trying to get home to see her family, but they didn’t buy her story.
“I just kept telling them that I wanted to go home for my family Thanksgiving dinner, and that they were making me late, but they just didn’t care,” she said. “They just laughed.”

Husband beat wife every time she received a Facebook like

Resenting the "likes" his wife received on Facebook, a Paraguayan man beat his wife so badly that she was left with a disfigured face and had to undergo reconstruction surgery, reports said.
The brutality came to light last week when 21-year-old Adolfina Camelli Ortigoza was rescued from her home in the Pa'i Ñu neighborhood of the city of Ñemby by agents of the National Police.

Massachusetts man tried to mow down four Latino Walmart shoppers

A Lynn, MA man has been taken into custody after he attempted run down Hispanic shoppers in Walmart parking lot on Black Friday.

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Baltimore Police refusing to let FBI join investigation of murdered detective

Police in Baltimore have made no arrests in the shooting death of homicide Detective Sean Suiter, who was slain with his own gun the day before testifying against fellow officers before a federal grand jury.

US jury acquits accused Benghazi attack organizer of most serious charges

A U.S. jury on Tuesday acquitted accused Islamic militant Ahmed Abu Khatallah of the most serious charges he faced in connection with a 2012 attack on a U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi, Libya that killed U.S. Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other Americans.

'Christian' apologist who stresses the importance of truth caught lying

A theologist known as a leading 'christian' apologist scrubbed his ministry’s website of multiple biographical embellishments and falsehoods.

Nazi couple raising money on an alt-right crowdfunding site after being fired from their jobs

The “Nazi sympathizer” couple in New Carlisle, Ohio featured in a Sunday New York Times profile is raising money on the alt-right fundraising site “Goy Fund Me."

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