|On this day in history, June 18
Astronaut Sally Ride became the first woman in space, Amelia Earhart became the first woman to fly across the Atlantic Ocean, and a significant arms treaty was signed by the U.S. and Soviet Union.
|On this day in history, June 17
The infamous Watergate burglary occurred in Washington, D.C., President Nixon officially declared the War on Drugs, and the Statue of Liberty arrived in New York Harbor.
|On this day in history, June 14
An asteroid 73-meters in diameter passed within 75,000 miles of Earth, the words 'under God' were included in the U.S. Pledge of Allegiance, and a supposed alien spacecraft crash-landed in Roswell, New Mexico.
|On this day in history, June 13
The man behind the Oklahoma City bombing was sentenced to death, the FBI's standoff with the Montana Freemen ended after 81 days, and the first man-made object left our solar system when it passed Neptune in 1983.
|On this day in history, June 12
The world's largest twin-jet airliner made its first flight in 1994, Nicole Brown Simpson and Ronald Goldman were murdered in Los Angeles, and the 'Son of Sam' killer was sentenced to 365 years in prison.
|On this day in history, June 11
The mastermind of the Oklahoma City bombing was put to death, the U.S. government finally ended the Native American occupation of Alcatraz, and three inmates became the only prisoners ever to escape from Alcatraz.
|On this day in history, June 10
The assassin of Martin Luther King escaped from prison but was re-captured three days later, Apple introduced it's Apple II, one of the world's first personal computers, and the six-day war ended between Israel and Syria.
|On this day in history, June 7
The Boeing 777 jumbo jetliner first entered into service, the home of Elvis Presley was first opened to the public, and one of the most famous battles of World War II ended.
|On this day in history, June 6
One of the best-selling video games ever made was first released, the world's premier professional basketball organization was created, former president Franklin Roosevelt created a securities commission to enforce the nation's trade market laws.
|On this day in history, June 5
Apple released one of its first-ever personal computers, a major disaster occurred when the Teton Dam collapsed in Idaho, and presidential candidate Robert F. Kennedy was shot at a Los Angeles hotel.