Facts & Historical Events On This Day
US President Joe Biden met Queen Elizabeth II for tea at Windsor Castle in London.
The first large-scale exhibition of Frida Kahlo's works was displayed in Mexico.
President Kim Dae-jung of South Korea met North Korea's Kim Jong-il for the first inter-Korea summit.
James Bond's 'Licence to Kill' was released.
NASA's spacecraft, The Pioneer 10, became the first craft to exit the solar system.
Queen Elizabeth II was shot with six blank rounds by a youth.
Tom Snyder interviewed notorious killer Charles Manson on NBC's Tomorrow Coast to Coast show.
Paul McCartney's single 'Waterfalls' was released.
Bob Marley performed at Jaap Edenhal, Amsterdam, Netherlands, during his Rastaman Vibration tour.
Senate appointed Thurgood Marshall as the first US African American to the Supreme Court of justice.
US Supreme Court declared the start of informing potential criminals of their rights. These became known as the Miranda rights.
US Post Office banned customers from mailing children and animals.
President Andrew Johnson reorganized the Confederate States.
Leonard Norcross was granted the first US patent for an underwater diving suit.