President Donald Trump signed a bill Monday night ending the government shutdown, capping off a nearly three-day deadlock and reinstating funds until February 8, a senior administration official said.
The deadliest earthquake in recorded history hits China, Duke Ellington plays Carnegie Hall, North Korea captures a U.S. Navy ship, and the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducts its first class, all on this day.
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The Supreme Court decides Roe v. Wade, the Boeing 747 flies for the first time, Apple introduces its Macintosh computer in a Super Bowl ad, and the Unabomber pleads guilty, all on this day.
Louis XVI is guillotined, the first nuclear-powered submarine launches, and President Reagan's second inauguration heads indoors, all on this day.
FDR is inaugurated for an unprecedented fourth time, "Meet The Beatles!" hits record stores, Iran releases the American hostages, and President Trump is inaugurated, all on this day.