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On this day in 1965, the Watts Riots, which were among the bloodiest and costliest uprisings of the 1960s, began. ti.me/2uwK4Jz
In 1942, Hedy Lamarr and George Antheil received a patent for a system that led to technologies like Bluetooth ti.me/2vLx0ny
On World Lion Day, take a look at these photos of Tippi Hedren, Melanie Griffith and their 400-pound lion. ti.me/2vIiIE9
On this day in 1793, the Louvre opened to the public. Few museums can match Paris' monumental jewel. ti.me/2usdJYs
Fearless Fagan: The lion that went Hollywood. LIFE reported on and photographed the lion not once, but twice. ti.me/2utramU
Today is World Lion Day! Meet the rescued lion who became a national sensation ti.me/2vI7wHR
See photos of the Manson family when they were finally indicted and charged in the Tate-LaBianca murders. ti.me/2vmZAcr
It's been 20 years since Diana’s death, but never has her legacy been more relevant for the House of Windsor. ti.me/2upzKqR
Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Photos from the ruins ti.me/2ftCywI
Frank Gifford died on this day in 2015. See photos of the highlight of his college career from 1951. ti.me/2vOlK9M
Charles Manson and his 'family': scenes from their desert hovels ti.me/2vmU6yk
On this day in 1969, four members of Charles Manson's "family" savagely murdered 26-year-old actress Sharon Tate ti.me/2ft4NLN
Something Wild: At Home With Tippi Hedren, Melanie Griffith and a 400-pound lion ti.me/2u9Capm
Today is Dustin Hoffman's birthday! The LA native is one of the most accomplished screen actors in America ti.me/2vqgmt3
See the most meow-worthy cats in LIFE's archive of iconic photography ti.me/2vBBsVZ
On this day in 1974, Richard Nixon announced his resignation. His legacy is, to say the least, complicated. ti.me/2u0R6X2
On the International Day of Cats, take a look at this photo with one cow, three cats and some (very) fresh milk. ti.me/2vpZbYE
Today is the International Day of Cats. This woman forewent a traditional seeing-eye dog in favor of a Persian cat ti.me/2u19XBh
When the Confederate Flag seemed like a mere fad ti.me/2u9bB3y
Ralph Bunche was born on this day in 1904. He was the first person of color to win the Nobel Peace Prize. ti.me/2vjcdaT
The battle of Guadalcanal began on this day in 1942. Here are rare and classic photos from a pivotal WWII campaign. ti.me/2vpC3tq
Why Hiroshima was celebrating just 2 years after the bomb dropped ti.me/2vpEhcm
Take a look at these photos of Central Park: The Jewel of Manhattan in 1961 ti.me/2voTIlu
Today is Lucille Ball's birthday! Besides acting, she was television's first major female executive. ti.me/2ul3IHw
In the landscape of a ruined city, photographer Carl Mydans discovered the legacy of those world-changing explosions ti.me/2ukEmto
 
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