11 Weather myths to stop believing
2003: California Gov. Gray Davis (pictured) becomes the first governor recalled in the history of the state, and just the second in U.S. history. In results that would be certified on Nov. 14, 2003, voters selected actor/bodybuilder and Republican candidate Arnold Schwarzenegger as the new governor over fellow Republican Tom McClintock and Democrat Cruz Bustamante, who at the time was the sitting lieutenant governor of California. The race had 135 candidates who qualified for the ballot, several of whom were prominent celebrities, including Arianna Huffington, Gary Coleman and Larry Flynt.
Edgar Allen Poe dies, East Germany is born, "Cats" begins its domination of Broadway, "American Bandstand" goes off the air, and the U.S. invades Afghanistan, all on this day.
The desire to have an American-born child has some pregnant Chinese women going to great lengths to get into the country, which now includes the state of Hawaii.
Wall Street's leading banks have signed a "friend of the court" brief pressing the Supreme Court to back same-sex marriage.
Major financial firms including AIG, Bank of America, BlackRock, Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, Goldman Sachs JPMorgan, UBS and...
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