This day in history


Fleetwood Mac bassist John McVie is 74. DJ/record tag executive DJ Khaled is 44. Pop singer Natasha Bedingfield is 38.
In 1789, Americans discovered a day of Thanksgiving set aside by President George Washington to indicate the adoption of the US Constitution.
In 1842, the founders of the University of Notre Dame arrived in the institution’s present-day website close to South Bend, Ind..
In 1941, Secretary of State Cordell Hull delivered a note into Japan’s ambassador to the United States setting on US requirements for”lasting and extensive peace throughout the Pacific Region.” The identical day, a Japanese naval task force comprising six aircraft carriers abandoned the Kuril Islands, directed at Pearl Harbor.
In 1942, the Warner Bros. motion film”Casablanca,” starring Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman, had its world premiere in the Hollywood Theater in New York.
In 1943, during World War II, the Rohna, a British transport ship carrying American troops, was struck with a German missile away Algeria; 1,138 guys were murdered.
Back in 1950, China entered the Korean War, starting a counteroffensive against soldiers in the United Nations, the USA, and South Korea.
Back in 1973, President Nixon’s personal secretary, Rose Mary Woods, advised that a Federal courtroom that she had inadvertently caused a portion of this 18-1/2-minute gap in a key Watergate tape.
In 1986, President Reagan appointed a commission led by former senator John Tower to research his National Security Council staff in the aftermath of this Iran-Contra affair.
In 2000, Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris certified George W. Bush the winner over Al Gore in the nation’s presidential balloting by 537 votes.

In 2008, teams of heavily armed gunmen, supposedly from Pakistan, stormed luxury resorts, a favorite tourist attraction and a busy train station in Mumbai, India, killing at least 166 people dead from the rampage.
In 2009an investigation ordered by Ireland’s government discovered that Roman Catholic Church leaders at Dublin had spent years sheltering child-abusing priests against the law and most fellow clerics had dismissed the issue.
In 2010, Connecticut conquer Howard 86-25 to acquire its 82nd straight match, setting an NCAA women’s basketball record for consecutive victories.
This past year, General Motors announced it will cut as many as 14,000 employees in North America and put up five plants for potential closure, abandoning a lot of its car models, as a part of a significant restructuring. Researchers and bioethics experts responded with alarm to your claim by a Chinese researcher he had helped create the world’s first genetically edited infants. Ukraine’s government imposed martial law in areas of the county to combat exactly what its president referred to as”rising aggression” from Moscow.