On Thursday night, there were no chainsaws, no blinding work lights; Abington Drive was, at least, quiet once again. Workers have since left the site after more than 24 straight hours of work that involved not only restoring water, but fixing other problems.
A federal judge blocked a controversial Mississippi law that would've gone into effect Friday, which would've allowed businesses and government employees to deny services to gay and transgender people based on religious grounds.
A group of veterans who have heard and seen just about everything, heard a story from a Holocaust survivor Thursday night. David Tuck, who now calls Pennsylvania home, told his story of survival, and his motto for life
The Battle of Gettysburg begins, America's first zoo opens, the first Tour de France starts, the Sony Walkman hits the market, the PG-13 movie rating is introduced, and the Deepwater Horizon oil spill breaks an unfortunate record, all on this day.