On This Day: February 6

10 years of headlines that grabbed us.
February 6, 2022
Chinese Scorn US-Born Skater After Fall in Olympics Debut
China apparently has censored the social media fury that erupted Sunday after a US-born skater fell and crashed into a wall in her debut for the host Olympic team.  Keep reading >>
February 6, 2021
Biden Makes Decision on Giving Trump Access to Intel Briefings
Earlier this week, the White House was said to have been mulling whether to allow Donald Trump to have access to intelligence briefings, a courtesy typically extended to former presidents to keep them up to date in case their advice is sought in the future.  Keep reading >>
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February 6, 2020
Young Couple Missing for Days Found Dead in California Forest
The bodies of a young couple who hadn't been seen since Jan. 29 have been found near a Southern California hiking trail.  Keep reading >>
February 6, 2019
They Fled the Tent to Their Deaths. Now, a Search for Why
On January 23, 1959, 10 students set off on a skiing trip in Russia's Ural Mountains.  Keep reading >>
February 6, 2018
White House Walks Back Trump's 'Treasonous' Remark
The White House says President Trump wasn't speaking seriously when he said it was "treasonous" for Democrats not to clap during his State of the Union address.  Keep reading >>
February 6, 2017
Did Lady Gaga Pull a Fast One at the Super Bowl?
Despite anticipation that Lady Gaga would make some kind of political statement during the Super Bowl halftime show, the pop star appeared to play nice, a performance of the LGBT-friendly "Born This Way" aside.  Keep reading >>
February 6, 2016
Trump Calls Out Bush for Having His 'Mommy' Fight His Battles
It appears we're one step away from seeing an outbreak of "yo mama" jokes in the GOP presidential race.  Keep reading >>
February 6, 2015
Obama Tells Christians to Get Off 'High Horse'
It's not terribly surprising that President Obama brought up Jesus Christ during yesterday's National Prayer Breakfast in DC—but for some, it's an outrage how he brought up the son of God.  Keep reading >>
February 6, 2014
Cop Cuffs Firefighter Who Was Helping Crash Victims
In what fire and police chiefs are calling an "unfortunate incident," a firefighter tending to victims at a freeway crash scene Tuesday night was handcuffed and put in the back of a squad car by a California Highway Patrol officer.  Keep reading >>
February 6, 2013
Murdered Tourist Wasn't Just Taking Pictures: FBI
Sarai Sierra's family says the murdered New York mom was in Turkey on a photography vacation, but FBI agents say they think she was doing more than just taking a few innocent pictures.  Keep reading >>
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