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Today in History for January 6th

Today in History for January 6th
  • Today in History for January 6th FWC: Today in History for January 6th

    Highlights of Today in History: Joan of Arc is born; Samuel Morse demonstrates the telegraph to the public; Commercial airplane completes first round-the-world flight; Figure skater Nancy Kerrigan is attacked; Dizzy Gillespie and Rudolf Nureyev die. (Jan. 6)         

  • PG&E files for bankruptcy amid California wildfire lawsuits, citing billions in claims FWC: PG&E files for bankruptcy amid California wildfire lawsuits, citing billions in claims

    The utility filed bankruptcy documents despite investigators determining last week that its equipment was not to blame for a 2017 fire that killed 22.         

  • Donald Trump: Nancy Pelosi 'Doesn't Want to Hear the Truth' About State of the Union FWC: Donald Trump: Nancy Pelosi ‘Doesn’t Want to Hear the Truth’ About State of the Union

    “The State of the Union has been canceled by Nancy Pelosi because she doesn’t want to hear the truth,” Trump said. “She is afraid of the truth and the super left democrats, the radical democrats, what’s going on in that party is shocking.”

  • AP Explains: US sanctions to hit Venezuelan oil company FWC: AP Explains: US sanctions to hit Venezuelan oil company

    NEW YORK (AP) — The Trump administration has imposed sanctions on Venezuela’s state-owned oil company, Petroleos de Venezuela SA, its harshest economic punishment to date against the government of President Nicolas Maduro, whom the U.S. and other countries no longer recognize as the legitimate leader of the South American country.