Facts & Historical Events On This Day
Former US President Donald Trump was formally accused of mishandling classified documents.
Dr. Kathy Sullivan became the first woman to reach the deepest part of the ocean in the Marianas Trench.
Two American journalists were sentenced to 12 years of penal labor after illegally entering North Korea.
World Oceans Day was celebrated for the first time.
New South Wales, Australia, celebrated the first day of homosexuality being legal.
President Robert Kennedy was laid to rest.
Soviet spacecraft Luna 6, destined for a moon landing, failed after flying right past it.
The United States Supreme Court ruled that restaurants in Washington, DC, could not refuse to serve Black patrons.
The discovery of the chemical element Neptunium was announced.
Margaret Bondfield became the first female cabinet minister in the UK.
The sweeping machine (vacuum cleaner) was patented in Chicago, US, by Ives W. McGaffey.
Noah Cushing patented the washing machine in Quebec, Canada.
A violent eight-month volcano eruption in Iceland started.
Edward the Confessor was crowned King of England. He was considered the last king of the House of Wessex.
The King of France, Louis V, was crowned.