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Today in the World Countries
- Uprising of Los Santos is being celebrated in Panama
- Veterans Day Holiday is being celebrated in American Samoa
- Veterans of Foreign Wars Holiday is being celebrated in Micronesia
Today in Astrology
- People born on this day are Scorpio as their zodiac sign.
Today in History
In the future 2084
- Next transit of Earth as seen from Mars.
- Sonnie Badu, Gospel Singer, born in Accra, Ghana.
- Arna Karls, Model, born in Iceland.
On this day in 2022
- Afghanistan's ruling Taliban ban women from using public parks and funfairs.
- Largest art auction in history belonging to late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen achieves sales of $1.5b, to be donated to charity.
- Henry Anglade, French road cyclist (Tour de France 1959 runner-up), who died at 89.
- Kevin Conroy, Voice Actor.
- Falling for Christmas - Not Rated is released.
In the days leading up to Christmas, a newly engaged, spoiled hotel heiress (Lindsay Lohan) gets into a skiing accident, suffers from total amnesia and finds herself in the care of a handsome, blue-collar lodge owner (Chord Overstreet) and his precocious daughter.
- TV SERIES
- The Calling: Season 1 is released.
NYPD Detective Avraham Avraham (Jeff Wilbusch) beliefs are challenged by a missing persons case is this series based on Dror A. Mishani's novel The Missing File.
On this day in 2021
- China and the US announce plans to work together on cutting greenhouse gas emissions at the COP26 summit.
- New Zealand filmmaker Peter Jackson sells Weta Digital's technology division to video games company Unity for US$1.6 billion.
- Gerald Sinstadt, English sports broadcaster and columnist (BBC Radio, ITV Grenada, BBC One; The Sentinel), who died at 91.
- Delma Cowart, Race Car Driver.
- Clifford the Big Red Dog - PG is released.
When middle-schooler Emily Elizabeth (Darby Camp) meets a magical animal rescuer (John Cleese) who gifts her a little, red puppy, she never anticipated waking up to find a giant ten-foot hound in her small New York City apartment. While her single mom (Sienna Guillory) is away for business, Emily and her fun but impulsive uncle Casey (Jack Whitehall) set out on an adventure that will keep you on the edge-of-your-seat as our heroes take a bite out of the Big Apple. Based on the beloved Scholastic book character, Clifford will teach the world how to love big!
- Uppercase Print - Not Rated is released.
In 1981, chalk slogans written in uppercase letters started appearing in public spaces in the Romanian city of Botosani. They demanded freedom, alluded to the democratic developments taking place in Romania’s socialist sister countries or simply called for improvements in the food supply. The culprit was Mugur Calinescu, a teenager who was still at school at the time and whose case is documented in the files of the Romanian secret police. Theatre director Gianina Carbunariu created a documentary play based on this material. Besides presenting the play, Radu Jude also uses archival footage from Romanian TV of the era. Cooking shows alternate with interrogations, transcripts of wiretapped phone calls with recommendations to exercise instead of taking sedatives. This dialectical montage creates an image of a dictatorial surveillance state, drawing on the authorized popular entertainment of the Ceau?escu regime in order to unmask it. [Big World Pictures]
On this day in 2020
- Word of the year is "Lockdown" according to Collins English Dictionary.
- Ceasefire announced signed between Armenia, Azerbaijan and Russia ending military conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh region after over a month of fighting.
- IPL Cricket Final, Dubai International Stadium: Defending champion Mumbai Indians beat Delhi Capitals by 5 wickets; Trent Boult 3/30 (4), Rohit Sharma 68 (51).
- Juan Sol, Spanish soccer defender (28 caps; Valencia, Real Madrid), who died at 73.
- Tony Waiters, English soccer goalkeeper (5 caps; Blackpool) and manager (Canada, Plymouth Argyle, Vancouver Whitecaps), who died at 83.
- Dating Amber - Not Rated is released.
Set-in Ireland during the mid-90’s, Eddie and Amber decide to stage a relationship in order to stop everyone speculating about their sexuality. Eddie is keen to follow his Dad into the military, while Amber dreams of moving to the liberal hub of London. However, their ‘ideal’ arrangement begins to fall apart, forcing Eddie deeper into denial as Amber realizes that a perilous future awaits her best friend unless she intervenes.
- TV SERIES
- A Teacher: Season 1 is released.
High school teacher Claire (Kate Mara) and her student Eric (Nick Robinson) face the ramifications of their affair when it is reported to the authorities in this adaptation of Hannah Fidell's 2013 film of the same name.
On this day in 2019
- Bolivian President Evo Morales resigns amid widespread protests after national election considered irregular and manipulated.
- Death toll in demonstrations in Iraq reaches 319, with 15,000 injured since Oct 1 according to Iraqi human rights organization.
- Federation Cup Women's Tennis, Perth: French pair Kristina Mladenovic and Caroline Garcia beat Ash Barty and Samantha Stosur of Australia 6-4,6-3 to clinch a 3-2 victory.
- Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announces the discovery of a new oil field with an estimated 53 million barrels of oil in Khuzestan province.
- TV SERIES
- Dublin Murders: Season 1 is released.
Detectives Rob Reilly (Killian Scott) and Cassie Maddox (Sarah Greene) investigate two seemingly unrelated murders in this adaptation of Tana French's Dublin Murder Squad series of novels by Sarah Phelps.
- Back to Life: Season 1 is released.
The BBC comedy series written by Daisy Haggard and Laura Solon finds Miri Matteson (Daisy Haggard) returning to her hometown after 18 years in prison and trying to start over again.
On this day in 2017
- BBC removes drama from Christmas line-up after one of its stars, Ed Westwick, accused of rape by two women.
- Louis C.K. admits the stories of sexual misconduct about him are true.
- Franz Albert, Race Car Driver.
- Anthropocene was released by Peter Oren.
The second full-length release for the Indiana singer-songwriter features contributions from guitarist Laur Joamets and Wilco's Ken Coomer, who also produced the album.
- Arpo was released by Call Super.
The second full-length release for Berlin-based experimental electronic artist Joe Seaton features the clarinet and oboe played by his father, David Seaton.
- Medicine Songs was released by Buffy Sainte-Marie.
The latest release from the Canadian Cree singer-songwriter features two new songs with 11 rerecorded versions of her older songs.
- Kid Kruschev was released by Sleigh Bells.
The seven-track mini-album from the noise pop duo of Alexis Krauss and Derek Miller was inspired by Krauss' move to upstate New York.
- Interiors was released by Quicksand.
The first new release in 22 years for the post-hardcore band led by Walter Schreifels was produced by Will Yip.
- Out of Range was released by Gun Outfit.
The fifth full-length release for the now Los Angeles-based quintet led by Carrie Keith and Dylan Sharp was inspired in part by classical and post-modern mythologies.
- reputation was released by Taylor Swift.
The sixth full-length studio release for the pop singer-songwriter features guest appearances from Future and Ed Sheeran.
- Permo was released by Spinning Coin.
The debut full-length release for the Scottish indie pop band was produced by Edwyn Collins.
- Stranger was released by Yung Lean.
The third full-length studio release for the Swedish rapper was recorded in Miami and was produced by Yung Gud, Yung Sherman and White Armour.
- Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri - R is released.
After months have passed without a culprit in her daughter’s murder case, Mildred Hayes (Frances McDormand) makes a bold move, painting three signs leading into her town with a controversial message directed at William Willoughby (Woody Harrelson), the town's revered chief of police. When his second-in-command Officer Dixon (Sam Rockwell), an immature mother’s boy with a penchant for violence, gets involved, the battle between Mildred and Ebbing's law enforcement is only exacerbated.
- Thelma - Not Rated is released.
Thelma (Eili Harboe), a shy young student, has just left her religious family in a small town on the west coast of Norway to study at a university in Oslo. While at the library one day, she experiences a violent, unexpected seizure. Soon after, she finds herself intensely drawn toward Anja (Okay Kaya), a beautiful young student who reciprocates Thelma’s powerful attraction. As the semester continues, Thelma becomes increasingly overwhelmed by her intense feelings for Anja - feelings she doesn’t dare acknowledge, even to herself – while at the same time experiencing even more extreme seizures. As it becomes clearer that the seizures are a symptom of inexplicable, often dangerous, supernatural abilities, Thelma is confronted with tragic secrets of her past, and the terrifying implications of her powers.
- Mayhem - Unrated is released.
Derek Cho (Steven Yeun) is having a really bad day. After being unjustly fired from his job, he discovers that the law firm’s building is under quarantine for a mysterious and dangerous virus. Chaos erupts throughout the office as the victims of the disease begin acting out their wildest impulses. Joining forces with a former client (Samara Weaving) who has a grudge of her own, Derek savagely fights tooth and nail to get to the executives on the top floor and settle the score once and for all.
- No Stone Unturned - NR is released.
Investigative documentary filmmaker Alex Gibney—best known for 2008’s Oscar-winning Taxi to the Dark Side, Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room, and at least a dozen others—turns his sights on the 1994 Loughinisland massacre, a cold case that remains an open wound in the Irish peace process. The families of the victims—who were murdered while watching the World Cup in their local pub—were promised justice, but 20 years later they still didn’t know who killed their loved ones. Gibney uncovers a web of secrecy, lies, and corruption that so often results when the powerful insist they are acting for the greater good. [Abramorama]
- Daddy's Home 2 - PG-13 is released.
Brad and Dusty must deal with their intrusive fathers during the holidays.
- Murder on the Orient Express - PG-13 is released.
What starts out as a lavish train ride through Europe quickly unfolds into one of the most stylish, suspenseful and thrilling mysteries ever told. From the novel by best-selling author Agatha Christie, Murder on the Orient Express tells the tale of thirteen strangers stranded on a train, where everyone's a suspect. One man must race against time to solve the puzzle before the murderer strikes again.
- Destination Unknown - Not Rated is released.
Destination Unknown blends intimate testimony with immersive archive to bring the stories of twelve Holocaust survivors to the screen.
On this day in 2016
- Dream Kardashian, Family Member, born in Los Angeles, CA.
On this day in 2015
- Fourth Republican presidential candidates debate, sponsored by "The Wall Street Journal", held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
- Allen Toussaint the American musician, songwriter, composer, record producer, and influential figure in New Orleans R&B died aged 77 while on tour in Madrid, Spain. Many artists recorded his songs including; 'Mother-in-Law', 'Fortune Teller', 'Ride Your Pony', 'Working in the Coal Mine', 'Here Come the Girls', 'Yes We Can Can' and 'Southern Nights'. Alison Krauss and Robert Plant covered 'Fortune Teller' on their 2007 album Raising Sand..
- Portugal's minority government is toppled by left-wing opposition 2 weeks after coming to power.
- Zino Antonio Scott, Family Member, born in Atlanta, GA.
- Tim [Itimous Thaddeus] Valentine, American politician (Rep-D-NC,1983-95) dies at 89.
- Robert Craft, American conductor and friend of Stravinsky, who died at 92.
- Pat Eddery, Irish jockey (won Epsom Derby 3x), who died at 63.
- Pat Eddery, Irish jockey (11 x British flat racing Champion Jockey; 3 x Epsom Derby), who died from a heart attack at 63.
- Pat Eddery OBE, Irish jockey (11 x British flat racing Champion Jockey; 3 x Epsom Derby), who died from a heart attack at 63.
- Allen Toussaint, American pianist, songwriter and producer (" Mother-In-Law" ; "Working In A Coal Mine" ; "Southern Nights"), who died at 77.
- Allen Toussaint, American pianist, songwriter and producer (" Mother-In-Law" ; "Working In A Coal Mine" ; "Southern Nights"), who died of a heart attack at 77.
- Allen Toussaint [Naomi Neville], American R& B musician & songwriter (Mother-in-Law), who died at 77.
- Gene Amdahl, American computer scientist who designed the IBM mainframe, who died at 92.
- Helmut Schmidt, Chancellor of West Germany (SPD,1974- 82), who died at 96.
- Helmut Schmidt. German politician,5th Chancellor of Germany.
- Helmut Schmidt, Politician.
- TV SERIES
- Donny!: Season 1 is released.
Former CNBC talk show host Donny Deutsch plays a fictional version of himself in the comedy series.
On this day in 2014
- Ethel Kennedy is awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom by Barack Obama.
- Ethel Kennedy is awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
- Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan was arrested following an alleged air rage incident on a flight from the United States.Ms O'Riordan was detained after a stewardess was reportedly attacked in the business section on an Aer Lingus flight from New York to Shannon, County Clare..
- " The Hunger Games" Mockingjay - Part 1" directed by Francis Lawrence and starring Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson premieres in London.
- " Uptown Funk" single released by Bruno Mars (Billboard Song of the Year 2015, Grammy Record Of The Year, Grammy Song of the Year 2016).
- The Rolling Stones faced a battle to win a $12.7m (£7.9m) insurance claim for concerts they postponed when Mick Jagger's girlfriend died. L'Wren Scott took her own life in March, prompting the Stones to postpone a tour of Australia and New Zealand. The group had taken out a policy to be paid in the event shows were cancelled due to the death of family members or others, including Scott. But underwriters said Scott's death may not be covered by the policy..
- The Endless River was released by Pink Floyd.
The 15th and final full-length studio release from the British rock band features unreleased music from its 1993 Division Bell sessions.
- The Inevitable End was released by Röyksopp.
The final release for the Norwegian electronic duo of Svein Berge and Torbjørn Brundtland as Röyksopp features guest appearances from Ryan James of Man Without Country, Jamie McDermott of The Irrepressibles, Robyn, and Susanne Sundfør.
- Sonic Highways was released by Foo Fighters.
Each song on the eighth full-length release for the rock band led by Dave Grohl was recorded in a different city: Chicago, Austin, Nashville, Los Angeles, Seattle, New Orleans, Washington, D.C., and New York, which is documented in the HBO TV series of the same name.
- Man Against Machine was released by Garth Brooks.
The first release of original songs from the country singer since 2001's Scarecrow was produced by Mark Miller.
- Lament was released by Einstürzende Neubauten.
The German industrial band's latest release is music planned for a live performance commissioned by the city Diksmuide to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the start of the First World War.
- Lost Domain was released by Tim Wheeler.
The debut full-length solo release for the Ash frontman is a tribute to his late father, who suffered from Alzheimer’s disease.
- Lost on the River was released by The New Basement Tapes.
Produced by T Bone Burnett, Elvis Costello, Rhiannon Giddens of Carolina Chocolate Drops, Taylor Goldsmith of Dawes, Jim James of My Morning Jacket, and Marcus Mumford of Mumford & Sons, helped complete and record the unfinished lyrics written in 1967 by Bob Dylan.
- Cadillactica was released by Big K.R.I.T..
The second full-length studio release for the Mississippi rapper features such guests as Bun B, Devin the Dude, E-40, Lupe Fiasco, Rico Love, Raphael Saadiq, and Wiz Khalifa.
- Antemasque was released by Antemasque.
This is the debut release for the project from Cedric Bixler-Zavala, Omar Rodriguez-Lopez, Dave Elitch, and Flea on this new release.
- DSU was released by (Sandy) Alex G.
This is the debut full-length release for the Philadelphia indie rock artist Alex Giannascoli. [This album was originally credited under the name Alex G]
On this day in 2013
- Spaniard Marc Márquez wins the 2013 MotoGP World Championship to become its youngest ever winner at 20.
- Herbert Worthington lll, American photographer and album cover artist (Stevie Nix; Fleetwood Mac), who died of heart disease at 69 (exact date uncertain, last seen on the 6th, body discovered on 10th).
- TV SERIES
- Killing Kennedy is released.
Based on Martin Dugard and Bill O’Reilly’s book of the same name, it shows the events of John (Rob Lowe) and Jackie (Ginnifer Goodwin) Kennedy as well as Lee Harvey Oswald (Will Rothhaar)and his Russian wife Marina (Michelle Trachtenberg) leading up to the assassination of the president.