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       TODAY'S ALMANAC -Tuesday, January 10, 2006
    "The History, Days and Events that Shape Your Life" 
 
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Today is Tuesday, Jan. 10, the 10th day of 2006 with 355 to 
follow. The moon is waxing. The morning stars are Mercury, 
Jupiter, Pluto and Saturn. The evening stars are Venus, Mars, 
Uranus and Neptune.


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Those born on today under the of Capricorn include:


silent screen actor Francis X. Bushman in 1883; 

poet Robinson Jeffers in 1887; 

actors Ray Bolger in 1904, Paul Henreid in 1908 and 
Sal Mineo in 1939; 

singer Johnnie Ray in 1927, 

Frank Sinatra Jr. in 1940 (age 66), 

Jim Croce in 1942 and Rod Stewart in 1945 (age 61); 

boxer George Foreman in 1949 (age 57); 

and singer Pat Benatar in 1953 (age 53).


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On this date in history:
  
 
 
In 1776, "Common Sense" by political philosopher Thomas 
Paine was published. The pamphlet advocated independence 
from England.
  
In 1878, a constitutional amendment that would give women the 
right to vote was introduced into the U.S. Senate. It wasn't 
until 42 years later that the amendment was signed into law.
  
In 1901, oil was discovered at the Spindletop claim near 
Beaumont, Texas, launching the Southwest oil boom.
  
In 1920, the League of Nations came into being as the Treaty 
of Versailles went into effect. The United States did not 
join the League of Nations.
  
In 1946, the first meeting of the U.N. General Assembly 
convened in London.
  
In 1984, the United States established full diplomatic 
relations with the Vatican for the first time in 116 years.
  
In 1994, NATO approved a plan for a limited expansion of 
the membership to Eastern European nations.
  
In 1995, the Senate unanimously approved President Clinton's 
nomination of Robert Rubin as secretary of the Treasury.
  
In 1996, rebels in the Russian republic of Chechnya holding 
2,000 rebels released all but 130 and were allowed to flee. 
However, before they reached the border, Russian troops 
attacked the convoy, beginning a five-day standoff.
  
Also in 1996, Israel freed 812 Palestinians from jails.
  
In 2000, America Online announced it had agreed to buy Time 
Warner for $165 billion, in what would be the biggest 
merger in history.
  
In 2003, Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld signed orders 
sending 62,000 troops to the Gulf Coast region. Britain 
deployed an aircraft carrier and said it would send 26,000 
troops to the region.
  
Also in 2003, North Korea announced it was withdrawing from 
the 1979 nuclear nonproliferation treaty.
  
In 2004, a New York to Washington commuter plane was 
diverted to Dulles International Airport after a man passed 
a note containing a bomb threat to the crew. There was no 
bomb and authorities said later the arrested man was not a 
terrorist.
  
In 2005, Palestinians in the West Bank and Gaza Strip 
elected Mahmoud Abbas as their new president, succeeding 
the late Yasser Arafat.
  
Also in 2005, gunmen assassinated Baghdad's deputy police 
chief and his police officer son in the latest attack 
against government symbols.
  
And, CBS News announced it had fired four employees for 
producing a flawed report on President Bush's military record.
  


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