2003—World Health Organization declares SARS contained worldwide
1996—First successful cloning of a mammal.
1975—Arthur Ashe becomes first black man to win Wimbledon.
1970—Pilot error causes crash in Toronto.
1966—Governors express support for U.S. global commitments.
1963—Eddie Falco is born.
1959—U.S. visitors to Soviet exhibition express their feelings.
1954—Elvis Presley records “That’s all right (Mama)”
1950—First … Read More
1997—Pathfinder lands on Mars
1987—Soviets rock for peace
1966—Patricia “Easley” Hall is born
1963—South Vietnamese officers plot coup
1957—Fiat unveils the “Nuova Cinquecento”
1954—Sensationalized murder trial inspires The Fugitive
1927—Playwright and screenwriter Neil Simon born
1919—Dempsey defeats Willard
1917—U.S. troops march through Paris to Lafayette’s tomb
1911—Heat wave strikes the northeast
1863—Confederates surrender Vicksburg
1826—Thomas Jefferson and John … Read More
*1863—Battle of Gettysburg ends
*1775—George Washington takes command of Continental Army
*1985—The movie “Back to the Future” is released
*1957—Khrushchev consolidates his power
*1989—A mother is arrested and accused of killing her four children
*1970—Charter jet crashes mysteriously
*1988—U.S. warship downs Iranian passenger jet
*1962—Actor Tom Cruise is born
*2012—TV legend Andy Griffith dies
*1890—Idaho becomes … Read More
*President Lyndon B. Johnson signed into law the historic Civil Rights Act
*Congress votes for independence in 1776
*Chevrolet built its 1 millionth Corvette in 1992
*Fighting continues in Battle of Gettysburg in 1863
*Soviet Union rejected Marshall Plan assistance in 1947
*President Garfield was wshot
*A pilgrim stampede kills 1,400
*Mutiny on the … Read More