This Day in History: March 25th

The first Medal of Honor awards are presented, and country music get its very own Billboard chart. All this and more in today’s, “This Day i…

This Day in History: March 24th

The worst oil spill in US history happens off the coast of Alaska, and tragedy strikes a middle school in Jonesboro, Arkansas. Plus Pluto is…

This Day in History: March 23rd

For the first time everything was, “O.K.”, everything except for Evel Knievel, who broke 93 bones on, “This Day in History”.

This Day in History: March 22nd

The British government passes the Stamp Act, and FDR passes a much more “spirited” act. Plus the first championship for one of the sporting …

This Day in History: March 21st

Martin Luther King Jr. begins marching from Selma to Montgomery, and Alcatraz Prison is closed down for good. Plus, a classic television cli…

This Day in History: March 20th

Harriet Beecher Stowe’s “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” was first published, and John Lennon marries Yoko Ono. All this and more in today’s, “This Day i…

This Day in History: March 19th

Elvis Presley buys Graceland, and the Academy Awards make their television debut. All this and more in a special entertainment edition of “T…

This Day in History: March 18th

Civil Rights Activist, Fred Shuttlesworth is born, and the offices of HealthSouth get raided by the FBI. Plus Michael Jordan had two simple …

This Day in History: St. Patrick’s Day

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! But why is March 17th the day people celebrate for one of the most famous missionaries in the world? Find out all t…