2013 in the United States

January 16: The grounded Japan Airlines 787 at Boston Logan Airport
January 20: Barack Obama, the President of the United States, begins his second term.
February 3: Emergency lights provided some illumination during the Super Bowl XLVII power outage.
February 7 – February 9: February 2013 nor'easter – The snowfall in Billerica, Massachusetts.
February 28: Many wonder if Treasury Secretary Jack Lew's signature will continue unaltered on United States currency.
March 1: The CRS – 2 Falcon 9
March 18: Rembrandt's The Storm on the Sea of Galilee: stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in 1990.
May 10: One World Trade Center tops out at 1,776 ft.
June 5: Rescue operations on the afternoon of the collapse.
October 8: New US$100 bill
Patti Page
Conrad Bain
Stan Musial
Ed Koch
Chris Kyle
Ronald Dworkin
Robert Coleman Richardson
Donald A. Glaser
Bonnie Franklin
Jason Molina
Roger Ebert
Jonathan Winters
Richie Havens
George Jones
Jeanne Cooper
Ray Manzarek
Jean Stapleton
Esther Williams
James Gandolfini
Dennis Farina
J. J. Cale
Karen Black
Julie Harris
Ken Norton
Lou Reed
Paul Walker
Joan Fontaine
James Avery

Events in the year 2013 in the United States.

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Events from the year 1930 in the United States.

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Tippi Hedren
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Gene Hackman
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Leon Cooper
James Irwin
Steve McQueen
Dick Sargent
Carolyn Jones
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Jim Nabors
Ross Perot
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Max Roach
Dorothy Malone
Lee Marvin
Gloria Vanderbilt
Deke Slayton
Philip Abbott
Norman Fell
Stanley Donen
Patricia Kennedy Lawford
Dennis Weaver
George H. W. Bush
Chet Atkins
Sidney Lumet
Eva Marie Saint
Pat Hingle
Lola Albright
Don Knotts
C. T. Vivian
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Carroll O'Connor
Dinah Washington
Daniel Inouye
Jane Greer
Jerry Coleman
Lauren Bacall
Jimmy Carter
William Rehnquist
Lee Iacocca
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Shirley Chisholm
Alexander Haig
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Events from the year 1926 in the United States.

Patricia Neal
Steve Reeves
Nancy Gates
Verne Gagne
Ralph Abernathy
Jerry Lewis
Gus Grissom
Hugh Hefner
Harper Lee
Don Rickles
Miles Davis
Andy Griffith
Marilyn Monroe
Mel Brooks
John Dingell
Harry Dean Stanton
Hilary Putnam
Tony Bennett
Stan Freberg
Donald A. Glaser
John Coltrane
Julie London
Jean Peters
Julie Adams
Chuck Berry
Betsy Palmer
Jeffrey Hunter
Joe Paterno

January 12 – Ray Price, American country music singer and songwriter (d. 2013)

1918 in the United States

Events from the year 1918 in the United States.

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Gertrude B. Elion
John Forsythe
Joey Bishop
Julian Schwinger
Fay McKenzie
Howard Cosell
Pearl Bailey
Betty Ford
William Holden
Mike Wallace
Richard Feynman
Eddy Arnold
Robert Preston
Jerome Karle
Craig Stevens
Pee Wee Reese
Paul D. Boyer
Hank Jones
Leonard Bernstein
Katherine Johnson
Paul Harvey
Rita Hayworth
Art Carney
Billy Graham
Jeff Chandler

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1925 in the United States

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Lee Van Cleef
Edgar Ray Killen
Paul Newman
Douglas Engelbart
Elaine Stritch
Jack Lemmon
George Kennedy
Robert Altman
Scott Carpenter
Yogi Berra
Malcolm X
Tony Curtis
Barbara Bush
Audie Murphy
June Lockhart
Virginia Patton
Cara Williams
Farley Granger
Merv Griffin
Bill Haley
Gloria DeHaven
Hank Thompson
B. B. King
Marty Robbins
Art Buchwald
Johnny Carson
Warren Christopher
Jonathan Winters
Rock Hudson
Kaye Ballard
Robert F. Kennedy
Julie Harris
Sammy Davis Jr.
Dick Van Dyke

January 24 – Maria Tallchief, American ballerina (d. 2013)

1928 in the United States

Events from the year 1928 in the United States

Walter Mondale
Birch Bayh
Fats Domino
Frank Borman
Fred Rogers
Jim Lovell
Lefty Frizzell
Estelle Harris
Maya Angelou
James Garner
Shirley Temple
Sonny James
Billy Martin
Pernell Roberts
Rosemary Clooney
Richard M. Sherman
John Forbes Nash, Jr.
Martin Landau
Elias James Corey
Joe Jackson
Stanley Kubrick
Andy Warhol
Eddie Fisher
Marian Seldes
James Coburn
Horace Silver
Adam West
James Lawson
Koko Taylor
Jeanne Cooper
Anthony Franciosa
Rance Howard
Dick Van Patten
Dan Blocker
Barbara Nichols
Bo Diddley

Andrew Greeley, American Catholic priest, fiction novelist (d. 2013)

1938 in the United States

Events from the year 1938 in the United States.

Ethnic minority governors

Fred Whitfield, baseball player (died 2013)