Daily Run Down 06/25/2013: Evening Edition

Here is this evening’s Daily Run Down.

Social Issues/Human Interest

General News

International

Politics

Health

Science/Space

Financial

Historical

Tips and Tricks

Gadgets

Law

Technology

Mobile

Software/Apps

Developer

London/Britain/UK

Personal

Funny

Chicagoland

Total Number of stories: 49

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Daily Run Down 06/19/2013: Evening Edition

Here is this evening’s Daily Run Down.

Big News

Recalls

Social Issues/Human Interest

General News

International

Politics

Obits

Health

Science/Space

Financial

Historical

Gaming

Gadgets

Law

Technology

Internet

Social Networking

Mobile

Rumors

Software/Apps

Security

Developer

London/Britain/UK

Personal

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?

Funny

Chicagoland

Total Number of stories: 89

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Daily Run Down: 06/02/2013: Historical Edition

Here is today’s Historical Daily Run Down.

  • In 1098, The first Siege of Antioch ends.
  • In 1535, Pope Leo XI is born.
  • In 1567, Irish King Shane O’Neill dies.
  • In 1692, Bridget Bishop is the first person to go to trial in the Salem Witch Trials.
  • In 1773, American planter and politician John Randolph of Roanoke is born.
  • In 1774, The Quartering Act is enacted.
  • In 1835, P.T. Barnum and his circus start their first tour of the United States.
  • In 1840, Thomas Hardy, English Writer, is born.
  • In 1855, The Portland Rum Riot occurs in Portland, Maine.
  • In 1886, President Grover Cleveland marries Frances Folsom in the White House.
  • In 1899, American naturalist Edwin Way Teale is born>.
  • In 1910, Charles Rolls becomes the first man to make a non-stop double crossing of the English Channel by Plane.
  • In 1919, Anarchists set off bombs across eight U.S. cities.
  • In 1941, American Actor Stacy Keach was born.
  • In 1941, American baseball player Lou Gehrig dies.
  • In 1953, Queen Elizabeth II is crowned the Queen of the United Kingdom.
  • In 1970, Racecard designer Bruce McLaren dies.
  • In 1979, Pope John Paul II begins his visit to Poland as Pope.
  • In 1990, The Lower Ohio Valley Outbreak occurs spawning 66 confirmed tornadoes.
  • In 2004, Ken Jennings begins his 74-game winning streak on Jeopardy.
  • In 2008, American Musician Bo Diddley dies.
  • In 2012, American Actress Kathryn Joosten dies.
 

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Daily Run Down 05/19/2013: Evening Edition

Here is this evening’s Daily Run Down.

General News

International

Politics

Obits

Science/Space

Financial

Historical

Tips and Tricks

Gaming

Gadgets

Internet

Mobile

Rumors

Developer

London/Britain/UK

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot?

Funny

Chicagoland

Total Number of stories: 54

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Daily Run Down: 04/28/2013: Historical Edition

Here is today’s Historical Daily Run Down.

  • In 1192, Conrad of Montferrat dies.
  • In 1503, The Battle of Cerignola is fought.
  • In 1630, English Poet Charles Cotton is born.
  • In 1758, 5th President of the United States, James Monroe, is born.
  • In 1788, Maryland ratifies the Constitution of the United States.
  • In 1792, France invades the Austrian Netherlands starting the French Revolutionary War.
  • In 1869, Ten Miles of Track is laid on the Central Pacific Railroad.
  • In 1908, Austro-Hungarian industrialist, and savior of many Jews during World War II, Oskar Schindler is born.
  • In 1920, Azerbaijan is annexed into the Soviet Union.
  • In 1926, American Author Harper Lee was born.
  • In 1932, A vaccine for Yellow Fever is announced.
  • In 1934, American Author Lois Lowry was born.
  • In 1937, Iraqi Politician Saddam Hussein is born.
  • In 1944, American Secretary of the Navy Frank Knox dies.
  • In 1945, Benito Mussolini and his Mistress Calra Petacci are executed.
  • In 1952, Dwight D. Eisenhower resigns at Supreme Allied Commander of NATO.
  • In 1969, Charles de Gaulle resigns as President of France.
  • In 1996, President Bill Clinton gives a 4 1/2 hour videotaped testimony for his defense of the Whitewater Controversy.
 

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