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July 2: It was a wonderful life: Jimmy Stewart dies at age 89.
May 14: Frank Sinatra, the second greatest male singer ever, dies at the age of 82.
Jan. 7: Tom Hicks buys the Texas Rangers for $250 million. Pitchers not included.
Jan. 22: Unabomber Theodore Kaczynski pleads guilty to killing and maiming people with package bombs.
March 16: Titanic surpasses Star Wars to become highest-grossing U.S. film ever.
June 7: In Jasper, Texas, James Byrd Jr. is found dead after being beaten and dragged from the back of a pickup truck.
June 14: Michael Jordan helps the Chicago Bulls win its sixth NBA title of the decade--and third straight.
Sept. 2: Swissair Flight 111 crashes in the ocean off Nova Scotia, killing all 229 passengers.
Sept. 11: The House of Representatives releases the Starr report over the Internet.
Dec. 19: The House of Representatives approves two articles of impeachment against Clinton.
Jan. 21: Stories begin to circulate that Bill Clinton has been having an affair with an intern named Monica Lewinsky.
Jan. 6: NBA owners and players settle labor dispute, putting an end to the 191-day lockout.
Jan. 12: Bill Clinton settles the Paula Jones lawsuit for $850,000.
Jan. 13: Michael Jordan retires for a second time--this time, for good.
Feb. 7: At the age of 63, King Hussein of Jordan succumbs to cancer.
Feb. 10: Rev. Jerry Falwell outs Teletubby Tinky Winky.
March 7: Director Stanley Kubrick dies, giving summer release of Eyes Wide Shut a publicity boost.
May 3: One of the strongest tornados on record destroys several small towns near Oklahoma City, killing 41 and injuring hundreds.
May 27: Toadies working on second album.
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