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November 4, 2012
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The largest-ever corporate merger joins AOL and this media company.
This troubled singer is caught at an airport with marijuana in her bag.
This midwest team, led by QB Kurt Warner, defeats the Titans in the Super Bowl.
St. Louis Rams
This creator of Peanuts dies; the final original strip is published the next day.
Microsoft releases this version of Windows.
This Mexican-American guitarist wins 8 Grammys.
This man is elected President of Russia for the first time.
The Oscars are dominated by this movie, starring Kevin Spacey as a man going through a mid-life crisis.
Feds seize 6-year old Elián González in Miami. After a long custody battle, he would be sent back to this country.
The decade’s best-selling album by a female artist is released. Name it or her.
Britney Spears -- Oops!… I Did It Again
This team wins the NBA finals, led by center Shaquille O'Neal.
Death of this actor, whose movies include “Grumpy Old Men,” “The Odd Couple,” “Dennis the Menace,” and “The Bad News Bears.”
This man is elected President of Mexico, ending 71 years of rule by the PRI.
After his father’s death, this man becomes Syria’s leader.
The beginning of the end for this music file-sharing website, as a judge rules it must shut down.
Republican National Convention opens in Philadelphia, where this man is nominated for President.
George W. Bush
Death of this great English actor, who you unfortunately know only as Obi-Wan Kenobi.
Sir Alec Guinness
The H.L. Hunley, a Confederate _________, is raised to the surface of Charleston Harbor.
All 118 crewmen die when the Kursk, a submarine belonging to this country, sinks in the Barents Sea.
Democratic National Convention opens in L.A., where this man is nominated for President.
The Summer Olympics open in this southern-hemisphere city.
Downfall of Slobodan Milošević, President of this no-longer-extant country.
This U.S. destroyer is badly damaged by Al-Qaeda suicide bombers in Yemen.
This team defeats its crosstown rivals in the World Series.
New York Yankees
The first resident crew enters this orbiting craft.
International Space Station
This woman becomes the first U.S. First Lady to win public office.
Hillary Rodham Clinton
The U.S. Supreme Court stops the vote recount in this state, handing the Presidency to the Republican candidate.
The top-selling album of the year is “No Strings Attached,” by this group.
This golfer sets or ties 27 PGA Tour records during the year.
This player wins Wimbledon, the U.S. Open, and the Olympics Women’s Singles tennis competitions.
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