The Library of Congress is established, spaceflight claims its first human casualty, the Unabomber kills his last victim, and South Korea clones a puppy, all on this day.
1930: Filmmaker Richard Donner, best known for directing movies such as "The Omen," "Superman," "Superman II," "The Goonies," the "Lethal Weapon" movies and "Scrooged," is born Richard Donald Schwartzberg in New York City.
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