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Today in History

Robert Guiscard and his brother Roger take Palermo in Sicily.
The Archbishop of Canterbury, William Laud, is beheaded on Tower Hill, accused of acting as an enemy of the British Parliament.
King Philip V of Spain shocks all of Europe when he abdicates his throne in favor of his eldest son, Louis.
An uprising of over 400 slaves is put down in New Orleans. Sixty-six blacks are killed and their heads are strung up along the roads of the city.
General Stephen Kearny and Commodore Robert Stockton retake Los Angeles in the last California battle of the Mexican War.
Florida secedes from the Union.
London’s Underground begins operations.
John D. Rockefeller and his brother William establish the Standard Oil Company of Ohio.
Filipino leader Emilio Aguinaldo renounces the Treaty of Paris, which annexed the Philippines to the United States.
The Automobile Club of America installs signs on major highways.
Argentina bans the importation of American beef because of sanitation problems.
Two German cruisers, the Emden and the Nurnberg, suppress a native revolt on the island of Ponape in the Caroline Islands in the Pacific when they fire on the island and land troops.
The world’s first flying-boat airplane, designed by Glenn Curtiss, makes its maiden flight at Hammondsport.
Germany is rebuked as the Entente officially rejects a proposal for peace talks and demands the return of occupied territories from Germany.
In Washington, the House of Representatives passes legislation for women’s suffrage.
The Treaty of Versailles goes into effect.
The United States withdraws its last troops from Germany.
German planes attack 12 ships off the British coast, sinking 3 ships and killing 35 people.
The Soviets and Germany agree on the East European borders and the exchange of industrial equipment.
Chiang Kai-shek and the Yenan Communist forces halt fighting in China.
Panama breaks ties with the U.S. and demands a revision of the canal treaty.
The United States and the Vatican establish full diplomatic relations for the first time in 117 years.
Sandinista Daniel Ortega becomes President of Nicaragua, vowing to continue the country’s transformation to a socialist state with close ties to the USSR and Cuba.
A general strike begins in Guinea; eventually, it will lead to the resignation of the country’s president, Lansana Conte.

The disastrous weather from 2017 could end up costing the U.S. a record $306 billion

The disastrous weather from 2017 could end up costing the U.S. a record $306 billion

California Mudslides

After horrific wildfires, thousands in California are fleeing their homes ahead of possible mudslides

A Carb-Ranking Controversy

A Carb-Ranking Controversy
If you could rank foods from best to worst and base your eating decisions on that, it would certainly make healthy eating easier. For...

North Korea will send delegation to Winter Olympics in South Korea

North Korea will send athletes to the Winter Olympics in PyeongChang next month.

US Army 'likes' tweet mocking Dumbass Trump for being stupid

US Army 'likes' tweet mocking Dumbass Trump for being stupid

'Get over it' and 'smile more'

Cruise ship employee told to 'get over it' and 'smile more' by supervisors after co-worker sexual assault: lawsuit

Sacramento hospital caught 'dumping' seniors at homeless shelters

Sacramento hospital caught 'dumping' seniors at homeless shelters with no plan and sometimes no clothes

Mom and boyfriend accused of torturing and killing her 4-year-old daughter

Massachusetts federal prosecutor will not rule out busting pot businesses

Massachusetts federal prosecutor will not rule out busting pot businesses

Teacher questions school board about superintendent’s big raise — and gets hauled away in cuffs

A Louisiana middle school teacher was hauled out of a school board meeting in handcuffs on Monday evening after she asked about whether it was appropriate to be giving the school district’s superintendent a raise even as rank-and-file teachers haven’t gotten one in years.

Four sentenced to prison, college fraternity banned for hazing death

A Pennsylvania court on Monday sentenced four members of a national college fraternity to a maximum of two years in prison and banned the group from operating in the state for 10 years because of the 2013 death of a student during hazing incident.
The court also fined Pi Delta Psi $112,500 for the death of Chun “Michael” Deng, a 19-year-old freshman from New York’s Baruch College, who was knocked unconscious by fraternity members who waited an hour before taking him to a hospital.

Montana Wingnut House majority leader facing 30 years in prison

The former leader of the wingnut-dominated House is facing up to 30 years in prison for running a meth ring over a seven-month period in 2016, reports the Billings Gazette.

Woman randomly singles out black driver and delivers bizarre racist rant

Anika Vassell was parked when the woman attracted her attention to ask where she was from, and she wasn’t satisfied when the 24-year-old graduate student said she’d grown up there.

Rights groups remember Charlie Hebdo attack, three years on

Rights groups remember Charlie Hebdo attack, three years on

NYPD arrests protester at rally for Erica Garner

NYPD arrests protester at rally for Erica Garner

A gun company is targeting 'antifa' with their ad

Street-level politics, more specifically an ongoing conflict between white supremacist demonstrators and “antifa,” or anti-fascist counterprotesters, has become a big news story following the rise of Dumbass Trump. Now, a gun company is using anger over “antifa” to sell dangerous assault rifles to only one side of the affair.
A gun company is targeting 'antifa' with their ad

Whale protects snorkeler from tiger shark attack

A Maine woman claimed in a viral video that a 50,000-pound humpback whale protected her from a shark attack while she was snorkeling near the Cook Islands in the South Pacific. The video, which was published Monday on YouTube, shows the moment the whale pushed the snorkeler through the water as a large tiger shark was seen lurking close.

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