1979 - Pope John Paul II arrived in his native Poland on the first visit by a pope to a Communist country. The president already issued executive orders to roll back Obama-era global warming regulations. 1953 - Elizabeth was crowned queen of England at Westminster Abbey. 1957 - Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev was interviewed by CBS-TV. Trump promised to cancel the Paris Agreement on the campaign trail, but his own White House was split on the issue.Cooking methods (baked or fried in ancient hearths, portable colonial/pioneer Dutch ovens, modern ovens), pastry composition (flat bread, flour/fat/water crusts, puff paste, milles feuilles), and cultural preference (pita, pizza, quiche, shepherd's, lemon meringue, classic apple, chocolate pudding).All figure prominently into the complicated history of this particular genre of food.The most difficult part of the Race will undoubtedly be keeping up their daily "make up" routine.
Restoratifs (wheron the word "restaurant" comes) were the first items served in public restaurants in 18th century Paris.
Roosevelt accepted the first swimming pool to be built inside the White House. Senator Joseph Mc Carthy charged that there were communists working in the CIA and atomic weapons plants. The tests were aimed at determining if Columbus was currently buried in Spain's Seville Cathedral or in Santo Domingo in the Dominican Republic. The case had originated with 20th Century Fox against suing Dastar Corp. PROMISE KEPT: Trump Withdraws From The Paris Climate Agreement The Daily Caller - President Donald Trump has made good on his campaign promise to withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, undoing a crowning achievement of the Obama administration.
2003 - In Seville, Spain, a chest containing the supposed remains of Christopher Columbus were exhumed for DNA tests to determine whether the bones were really those of the explorer. Supreme Court ruled that companies could not be sued under a trademark law for using information in the public domain without giving credit to the originator.
1774 - The Quartering Act, which required American colonists to allow British soldiers into their houses, was reenacted. However Trump could not be swayed, as reports surfaced in the wake of the G7 meeting the president had decided to withdraw from the Paris accord.
1793 - Maximillian Robespierre initiated the "Reign of Terror". He was the first to have a wedding in the White House. He should be commended for recognizing it was a bad deal for American workers and would have caused continued harm to those around the world who suffer from energy poverty, Pyle said.