March 4: Charles G. Dawes becomes the 30th U.S. Vice President
January 8: 2011 Tucson shooting – US Rep. Gabby Giffords is among 14 injured; 6 others are killed.
Lee Van Cleef
January 31 – February 2: Groundhog Day blizzard – Satellite image of the storm on the evening of February 1 over the American Midwest
Edgar Ray Killen
February 24: STS-133: Space Shuttle Discovery launches for the final time.
Paul Newman
March 18: Artist's rendering of NASA's Messinger orbiting Mercury
Douglas Engelbart
March 19: French, British and American forces launch attacks on pro-Gaddafi troops in Libya in support of United Nations Security Council Resolution 1973.
Elaine Stritch
March 21: U.S. President Barack Obama (second left) and his wife of First Lady Michelle Obama (left) meets with Chilean President Sebastián Piñera (second right) and his wife of First Lady Cecilia Morel at the La Moneda Palace in Santiago, Chile, on March 21, 2011.
Jack Lemmon
April 4: Japanese Defense Minister Toshimi Kitazawa given an Operation Tomodachi banner.
George Kennedy
2011 Super Outbreak – Satellite image of the storm on the evening of April 27 over the American Southeast 339 total fatalities
Robert Altman
April 27: In response to the Barack Obama citizenship conspiracy theories by the mainstream media, that Obama was not born in the United States, Obama releases his original birth certificate form.
Scott Carpenter
May 2: Death of Osama bin Laden
Yogi Berra
July 21: The final mission of the Space Shuttle program, STS-135, ends as Atlantis lands at Kennedy Space Center.
Malcolm X
July 22: U.S. President Barack Obama meets with New Zealand Prime Minister John Key makes a statement to the press conference at the Oval Office in the White House, on July 22, 2011.
Tony Curtis
July 24: An image of 4 Vesta taken by the Dawn spacecraft from a distance of 3,200 miles (5,200 km)
Barbara Bush
July 26: U.S. President Barack Obama signs the condolence book for a victims of the 2011 Norway attacks, during a visit to the Norwegian ambassador's residence in Washington, D.C.
Audie Murphy
August 28: Hurricane Irene
June Lockhart
Steve Jobs
Virginia Patton
November 11: U.S. President Obama and Asia-Pacific leaders at the APEC United States Delegates in Honolulu, Hawaii, on November 11, 2011.
Cara Williams
December 11: U.S. President Obama's family at the Oval Office in the White House, before the Christmas Day.
Farley Granger
Sargent Shriver
Merv Griffin
Kenneth Mars
Bill Haley
Duke Snider
Gloria DeHaven
Jane Russell
Hank Thompson
Nate Dogg
B. B. King
Warren Christopher
Marty Robbins
Elizabeth Taylor
Art Buchwald
Farley Granger
Johnny Carson
William Lipscomb
Warren Christopher
Sidney Lumet
Jonathan Winters
Jackie Cooper
Rock Hudson
Randy Savage
Kaye Ballard
Jeff Conaway
Robert F. Kennedy
Gil Scott-Heron
Julie Harris
Jack Kevorkian
Sammy Davis Jr.
Lawrence Eagleburger
Dick Van Dyke
Clarence Clemons
Ryan Dunn
Peter Falk
Betty Ford
Baruj Benacerraf
Bubba Smith
Cliff Robertson
Charles Napier
Joe Frazier
Harry Morgan
July 22: U.S. President Barack Obama meets with New Zealand Prime Minister John Key makes a statement to the press conference at the Oval Office in the White House, on July 22, 2011.

May 21 – Frank Kameny, American gay rights activist (d. 2011)

- 1925 in the United States

Ferlin Husky, singer and musician (b. 1925)

- 2011 in the United States
March 4: Charles G. Dawes becomes the 30th U.S. Vice President

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October 12: USS Cole bombing

2000 in the United States

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The following lists events that happened during 2000 in the United States.

The following lists events that happened during 2000 in the United States.

October 12: USS Cole bombing
December 13: Contention over the presidential election ends with George W. Bush elected president.

July 24 – Ame Deal, murder victim (d. 2011)

March 24 – Al Grey, American jazz trombonist (b. 1925).

August 28: "I Have a Dream" (Martin Luther King Jr.)

1963 in the United States

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Events from the year 1963 in the United States.

Events from the year 1963 in the United States.

August 28: "I Have a Dream" (Martin Luther King Jr.)
November 22: President Kennedy assassinated
Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson becomes the 36th U.S. President upon President John F. Kennedy's death
November 24: President Kennedy lying in state at the Capitol rotunda

January 31 – John Dye, actor (d. 2011)

June 12 – Medgar Evers, field secretary for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, assassinated in Mississippi due to civil rights activity (b. 1925)

January 20: Richard Nixon becomes the 37th U.S. President

1969 in the United States

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Events from the year 1969 in the United States.

Events from the year 1969 in the United States.

January 20: Richard Nixon becomes the 37th U.S. President
Spiro Agnew becomes the 39th U.S. Vice President
May 9, 1969: excursion train on the Salt Lake, Garfield and Western Railway as part of the 1969 Golden Spike Centennial
1969 Wal-Mart logo

Nate Dogg, African American rapper (d. 2011)

March 18 – Barbara Bates, film actress, suicide (b. 1925)

August 1: University of Texas at Austin Main Building tower, where Charles Whitman committed his shooting rampage

1966 in the United States

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List of notable events that took place in 1966 in the United States.

List of notable events that took place in 1966 in the United States.

August 1: University of Texas at Austin Main Building tower, where Charles Whitman committed his shooting rampage

April 4 – Mike Starr, bassist (Alice in Chains) (d. 2011)

August 3 – Lenny Bruce, comedian (b. 1925)