History is made every day. But even by that standard, October 3 stands out as an especially eventful day.
Set aside the fact that it was on this day in 1863 that President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed a national day of Thanksgiving. Or that in 1964, the first buffalo wings were made at the Anchor Bar in Buffalo, New York. Or that in 2003, Roy Horn of Siegfried & Roy was attacked by one of their show tigers.
Here are five of the more significant recent events that took place on October 3:
1974: Baseball racial barriers are broken
1990: Germany becomes one again
1993: Black Hawk helicopters are shot down
1995: O.J. Simpson is acquitted / 2008: O.J. Simpson is convicted
2008: TARP bails out America