In 1975,

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not seek, and I will not ac­cept, the nom­i­na­tion of my party for an­other term as your Pres­i­dent.”

“Gun­smoke” closed out 20 sea­sons on CBS with its fi­nal firstrun episode, “The Share­crop­pers.”

the New Jer­sey Supreme Court ruled that Karen Ann Quin­lan, a young woman in a per­sis­tent veg­e­ta­tive state, could be dis­con­nected from her res­pi­ra­tor. (Quin­lan, who re­mained un­con­scious, died in 1985.)

In 1976,

167 peo­ple died when a Mex­i­cana Air­lines Boe­ing 727 crashed in a re­mote moun­tain­ous re­gion of Mex­ico.

In 1986,

the War­saw Pact was for­mally dis­solved.

In 1991,

ac­tor Brandon Lee, 28, was ac­ci­den­tally shot to death dur­ing the

In 1993,

film­ing of a movie in Wilm­ing­ton, N.C., when he was hit by a bul­let frag­ment that had be­come lodged in­side a prop gun.

Mex­i­canAmer­i­can singer Selena Quin­tanilla-Perez, 23, was shot to death in Cor­pus Christi, Texas, by the founder of her fan club, Yolanda Sal­divar, who was con­victed of mur­der and sen­tenced to life in prison.

In 1995,

Four Amer­i­can civil­ian con­trac­tors were killed in Fal­lu­jah, Iraq; fren­zied crowds dragged the burned, mu­ti­lated bodies and strung two of them from a bridge.

In 2004,

HUD Sec­re­tary Alphonso Jack­son an­nounced his res­ig­na­tion amid the wreck­age of the na­tional hous­ing cri­sis.

In 2008,

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