Facts & Historical Events On This Day
The US announced the suspension of travel from almost all EU nations due to COVID-19.
The dystopian science fiction-adventure movie “The Hunger Games” premiered in Los Angeles.
Space shuttle Endeavour successfully docked with the International Space Station during NASA's STS-123 mission.
The Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland formally joined NATO.
American basketball champion David Robinson scored a career-high 50 points in the NCAA tournament.
The infamous killer clown, John Wayne Gacy, was convicted for the murder of 33 men and boys.
The legal age required for voting in the USA was reduced to 18.
Canadian ice hockey pro, Bobby Hull, set a new record with his 51st goal of the season.
Cleveland, Ohio, recorded its coldest March temperature at a bone-chilling -5°F.
Anti-Discrimination Bill was signed in New York, US.
The Girl Scouts of the USA was founded.
The world's favorite soda, Coca-Cola, was sold in glass bottles in Vicksburg, Mississippi, USA.
The world's first black international football player, Andrew Watson, played his first of three matches in Scotland.
King Charles II of England gave a land grant to James Duke of York, which meant that New Jersey became a British colony.