June 15, 1995 - the Battle of Sarajevo begins. Pres. Clinton leaves for G-7 Summit, where topics to be discussed are the situation in Bosnia as well as brewing trade war between U.S. and Japan. Senate set to vote on bill overhauling Telecommunications laws, deregulating Cable TV. Michael Jackson gives interview on eve of release of new album, answers Child Molestation questions and Anti-Semitic lyrics. Houston Rockets win NBA title over Orlando Magic.
April 19, 1995 - "We didn't Hear Anything, just death" - news of the Oklahoma City bombing on this day, as reported by CBS Radio and an excerpt of the day's news.
Nights at the Roundtable with lightning speed now-you-see-them-now-you-don't Brit-pop Phenoms, Whiteout from 1994.
News of the day, this day in History - U.S. troops in Bosnia, the first casualty is recorded. the budget impasse continues, with talks between Pres. Clinton, Bob Dole and Newt Gingrich. In depth reports via All Things Considered. December 30, 1995.
The overwhelming given in most conflicts: Mud. A mostly unremarkable December 20th in 1995. Of course, if you were in Bosnia or anywhere in the former Yugoslavia it would be a remarkable day, as the UN handed over peacekeeping duties to NATO
Nights at the Roundtable with Poster Children and a track from their 1995 album Junior Citizen and "King For A Day".
News for this day in 1995. October 27th - Shooting at Ft. Bragg Army base kills one. Airbags suspected of not being safe for children not using seat belts. Boris Yeltsin in hospital. The Million Man March gets scrutinized over claim saying it could have been 600,000 or 1.1 million. And the Cleveland Indians are hanging on as Braves lead in 3-2 games of World Series.
News of the day for October 21, 1995 - Prison riots spread across U.S. - Riots erupt in Okinawa over continued U.S. Military presence. Clinton blasts GOP for their budget plan. Earthquake hits Mexico, 3rd in month. And the World Series gets underway with the Cleveland Indians going up against the Atlanta Braves.
This day in history for September 15, 1995 - President Clinton announces pending peace agreement on Bosnia and the NATO ceasefire in Sarajevo. Jimmy Carter readies a mission to Cuba to discuss lifting sanctions. Senate vote on Welfare reform. Charges of tainting evidence in the OJ Simpson trial and Hurricane Marilyn churns around the Caribbean.
News of the day for September 2, 1995 - Government wants to move location of Oklahoma City Bombing trial. Congressman Mel Reynolds to resign in light of underage sex scandal. China gets earful from Women's Conference in Beijing. The Rock n' Roll Hall Of Fame opens in Cleveland. Infinity pays $1.7 million in fines over Howard Stern. NATO taking a breather on bombing in Bosnia, despite continuing siege of Sarajevo and Greenpeace Protests French Nuclear testing in Pacific.
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