Facts & Historical Events On This Day
Alcohol poisoning killed 144 people in the states of Uttarakhand and Uttar Pradesh, India.
Kangaroo fossil research showed that they may have learned to hop over 20 million years ago.
It was announced that citrus fruit originated in the Himalayas millions of years ago.
North Korea launched the Kwangmyŏngsŏng-4 reconnaissance satellite atop an Unha rocket.
173 people died in Victoria, Australia, during the Black Saturday bushfires.
New York, New York became the official anthem of New York City.
A boy born without an immune system, David Vetter, left his bubble isolation for the first time, aged 12, and touched his mother for the first time.
After more than three hundred years of colonial rule, Grenada gained its independence from the UK.
Beatlemania arrived in the United States when the Beatles landed in New York.
Jane Fonda starts her acting career with 'A String of Beads' on NBC.
The New York Times published a government message that the US would be rationing shoes.
Walt Disney released their second feature-length movie, 'Pinocchio,' in New York City.
A glass treasure vase that dated back to between 1 – 25 AD was smashed by a drunk man.
The 11th Amendment to the United States Constitution was ratified.