Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady becomes NFL’s all-time leader in career passing yardage in 19-17 win vs NE Patriots at Gillette Stadium: Brady 22-43 for 269 yards to pass Drew Brees’ high of 80,358.
The Journal of Family Medicine and Primary Care declared that over 250 people had died since 2011 taking selfies.
A Neptune-sized exomoon became the first one discovered outside the Solar System.
Scientists at Columbia University who found the exomoon say it orbits a huge planet around 8,000 light years away.
A data breach at JP Morgan Chase and six other institutions caused 83 million accounts to be compromised.
A picture of Pope John Paul II was torn up by the Irish singer Sinead O’Connor on Saturday Night Live.
The city planning simulation game SimCity was released for the Apple Macintosh.
Singers Paul McCartney and Michael Jackson released their song “Say Say Say.”
ABC aired the first episode of “The Mickey Mouse Club.”
WERD, the first African-American-owned radio station in the US, made its first broadcast.
Established in Atlanta, Georgia, WERD was operated entirely by African Americans. Within two years, the station’s DJ, “Jockey” Jack Gibson, was the most popular DJ in Atlanta. WERD frequently gave Martin Luther King time to make announcements over the radio.
Violet Stewart Piercy, a long-distance runner from England, set the first recorded marathon win for women at 3:40:22.
Author Edgar Allan Poe was last seen alive. He was disorientated, lying in a gutter in Baltimore, Maryland, US.
The next time someone saw him was his dead body on October 8, and the cause of his death is a complete mystery today.
George Washington issued his “Thanksgiving Proclamation.”
The proclamation stated that everyone should celebrate a day of thanksgiving on November 26 that year. Consequently, it has become one of the biggest holidays in the United States.
Muhammed VII became the twelfth sultan of the Emirate of Granada.
The last Prince of Wales, Dafydd ap Gruffudd, was the first person recorded to have been hanged, drawn, and quartered.
Dafydd was accused of high treason and was condemned to death by the King. This was the first account of someone being tried for high treason and was ordered to die a slow, painful death.