PHOTOS: "Blood Moon" as seen from Hawaii
1733: A white bear cub, captured in Greenland, is exhibited for the first time in the U.S. The 9-month-old cub, named Ursa Major, was shown in a cage at Clark's Wharf in Boston's north end.
Three B-52s become the first aircraft to circle the globe non-stop, Willie O'Ree breaks the NHL's color barrier, "The Jeffersons" premieres, and Jim Thorpe gets his Olympic medals back, all on this day.
Before becoming Honolulu's first licensed fire chief, Alexander Cartwright did something greater. He created the game of baseball.
A high-altitude avalanche Friday killed 12 Sherpa guides and seriously wounded three in the single deadliest accident on Mount Everest, officials said.
Several others are missing, but their numbers were not immediately known.
A group of about 50 peopl...