Facts & Historical Events On This Day
Dubai's stunning Museum of the Future officially opened with a light show performance for its visitors.
Malaysia's leader created an uproar when he announced he favors quinoa over the national dish of rice.
Analysis of 65,000-year-old cave paintings in Spain revealed that Neanderthals were the first artists long before humans.
Transgender people were no longer allowed to use public toilets after Obama's rule was rebuked by Donald Trump.
NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope discovered a star with seven Earth-sized planets orbiting it.
The UK's biggest robbery happened, where at least six thieves stole £53 million.
The first cloned animal from an adult animal cell was announced.
The Caribbean island state of Saint Lucia gained its independence from the United Kingdom.
Elvis Presley's 'Heartbreak Hotel' debuted on the music charts. It is known as his first hit song.
Planes were banned from passing over the White House.
Oscar Wilde's 'Lady Windermere' premiered at St James Theatre, London, UK.
A 3,500-year-old Ancient Egyptian obelisk called 'Cleopatra's Needle' was erected in Central Park, New York, US.
King Charles VIII of France entered Naples to claim the city's throne.
Robert Stewart ascended to the Scottish throne, marking the beginning of the House of Stewart.