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Wiley Post completes the first solo flight around the world, John Dillinger is gunned down behind a Chicago theater, two Soviet dogs become cosmonauts, and Prince George arrives to great fanfare, all on this day.
The Scopes Monkey Trial ends, Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin bid the moon adieu, Hank Aaron joins Babe Ruth in an exclusive club, and the last space shuttle lands, all on this day.
An ancient king is born, the first Ford rolls off the line, the Special Olympics are born, man lands on the moon, and a home run king belts his last, all on this day.
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Rome burns, a famous gunslinger kills for the first time, Marilyn Monroe passes a big test, and The King's first single is released, all on this day.
The American Heart Association created "Life's Simple 7" to help motivate people to live healthier. Here are seven steps to getting a healthier heart.
A Nobel Peace Prize winner and astronaut are born, a gymnast reaches Olympic perfection, and an epic superhero hits summer theaters, all on this day.
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Air conditioning is born, the "happiest place on Earth" opens up, and Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is shot down over Ukraine, all on this day.
The nation's capital is founded, the world gets its first parking meter, Joltin' Joe sets an unbreakable record, and man heads to the moon, all on this day.
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An annual survey by the Reputation Institute has determined the most and least reputable cities in the world, based off levels of trust, esteem, admiration and respect. Click on to see which 10 cities topped the list and which came in at the bottom.
Jerusalem falls to the Crusaders, the Rosetta Stone is uncovered, Napoleon surrenders, Psy unleashes "Gangnam Style" on the internet, and a coup falls short in Turkey, all on this day.
The Bastille is stormed, the Matterhorn is scaled, Billy the Kid is shot and killed, Dr. Spock releases his baby book, and The Rolling Stones score their first No. 1, all on this day.
The Beatles score their last No. 1 hit in America, the New York Times begins printing the Pentagon Papers, Pioneer 10 bids adieu to the Solar System, and Michael Jackson is found not guilty, all on this day.
The Mississippi River finds its roots, a Hollywood icon debuts, Old Blue Eyes records for the first time, the MLB All-Star Game goes north, and Ronald Reagan gives up the presidency, briefly, all on this day.