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Patty Hearst
It was today, March 20 in 1976 that Patty Hearst was convicted of crimes with the SLA, a guerrilla group that had kidnapped her but also a group that she swore loyalty to later on. Her defense team tried to claim that she was a victim of the Stockholm Syndrome.

Pearl Bailey
This article is a mini biography of one of entertainment's most influential women, Pearl Bailey.

Remembering 9/11
This article is about remembering the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and United Flight 93 on September 11, 2001.

Remembering Lucille Ball
It was this day in history that Lucille Ball was born in 1911. Lucy is most famous for her 1950's television sitcom, I Love Lucy.

Sandra Day O'Connor
Sandra Day O'Connor was the first woman to be appointed to the United States Supreme court.

Susan B Anthony
This article is a mini bio of a great women who was involved in slavery abolition, temperance, and most known for her work in women's suffrage. Susan B Anthony died this day in history, March 13, 1906.

The 19th Amendment Passed
It was 95 years ago today that the 19th Amendment was passed by Congress and sent to the states to be ratified allowing women the right to vote.

The Amityville Horror
The trial for Ronald DeFeo Jr. began on this day, October 14, 1975. The DeFeo family has been the subject of the novel and subsequent movies called the Amityville Horror.

The First Signature Serial Killer
Harvey Glatman was put to death on his day in history, Sep. 18, 1959. He is known as this country's first signature serial killer.

The Great Wisconsin Fire
A great fire wiped out two towns in Wisconsin on October 7, 1871

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