This Day in History: Nov. 30

Paul Walker,  star of the “Fast & Furious” movie series, dies in a car crash in Los Angeles. A jury finds an illegal immigrant not guilty in the shooting death of Kate Steinle, an incident that touched off a fierce national debate on

This Day in History: Nov. 29

The first Army-Navy football game is played; “Today” show host Matt Lauer is fired for ‘inappropriate sexual behavior.’

This Day in History: Nov. 28

Margaret Thatcher resigns as British prime minister. Enron Corp., once the world’s largest energy trader, collapses.

Los Angeles County issues safer-at-home order that starts Nov. 30

Los Angeles County health officials issued a new safer-at-home order Friday that includes stricter limits on gatherings amid a surge in daily coronavirus cases.  The order goes into effect Monday and will run through Dec. 20 as cases of COVID-19 swell to disturbing

This Day in History: Nov. 27

Macy’s first Thanksgiving Day parade takes place in New York. A day after George W. Bush is certified the winner of Florida’s presidential vote, Al Gore lays out his case for letting the courts settle the nation’s long-count election.

This Day in History: Nov. 25

The Iran-Contra affair erupts; Elian Gonzalez, a 5-year-old Cuban boy, is rescued by a pair of sport fishermen off the coast of Florida, setting off an international custody battle.

This Day in History: Nov. 24

A hijacker calling himself “Dan Cooper” (but who would become popularly known as “D.B. Cooper”) parachutes from a Northwest Orient Airlines 727 over the Pacific Northwest after receiving $200,000 in ransom. Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury dies.

This Day in History: Nov. 23

The first jukebox makes its debut. In a setback for Al Gore, the Florida Supreme Court refuses to order Miami-Dade County officials to resume hand-counting its Election Day ballots.

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