Facts & Historical Events On This Day
$10 billion was pledged to help fight climate change by Amazon's CEO, Jeff Bezos.
A potential new continent was discovered in the South Pacific.
US Secretary of State John Kerry spoke to college students in Jakarta, Indonesia, about the looming threat of Climate Change.
Thieves stole up to 68 Olympic artifacts from a museum in Greece.
Casey Neistat uploaded his first-ever YouTube video.
The Republic of Kosovo declared its independence from Serbia.
The Pioneer 10 spacecraft passed NASA's Voyager 1 to become the farthest artificial object in space.
Polish mountaineers Krzysztof Wielicki and Leszek Cichy became the first to ascend Mt. Everest in winter.
A stampede at a soccer match killed forty-nine people in Cairo, Egypt.
Friends Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan recorded 'Girl From The North' at CBS Studios.
The Phantom, the world's first superhero, appeared in the self-titled comic strip by Lee Falk.
Oregon became the first US state to pass a minimum wage law.
Julius Wolff supplied the first canned sardines from Maine, USA.
Sweden changed their calendar to the Gregorian calendar, making the next day March 1 instead of February 18.