News of the day for August 18, 1995 - U.S. tanks mass on border of Jordan and Iraq. Judge Lance Ito suspends OJ Simpson trial to listen to the Fuhrman Tapes. Hostage situation in Kashmir. Body of Himalayan mountain climber Alison Hargreaves discovered. Illegal Alien sweep in Nebraska. Former Arkansas Governor Jim Guy Tucker up on new indictments over White Water affair. Shannon Faulkner still in sick bay at The Citadel. Convicted murderer Sylvester Adams executed and The Interstate 880 Sniper is arrested.
Nights at the Roundtable with The Blue Aeroplanes and "The Detective Song" from their 1995 album Rough Music.
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend with Throwing Muses, recorded live at Fort Apache Studios in Cambridge Mass. May 25, 1995
News of the government shutdown on November 14, 1995
Newstalgia Backstage Weekend with Oasis, live at Earls Court in London - November 5, 1995
First day of Congress, 1995 - Newly elected Speaker Newt Gingrich outlines the first 100 days, The Contract With America and big heaps of Brotherly Love.
News of the day for December 15, 1995 - The Whitewater affair, AIDS activist Jeff Getty gets first Baboon bone marrow cell transplant ever, Bosnia going through transition, Boris Yeltsin on upcoming elections in Russia, OJ Simpson civil trial - the day just started.
First news and reactions to acceptance of the Dayton Peace Settlement for the war in Bosnia - November 21-22, 1995.
The press conference of November 8, 1995 and Gen. Colin Powell's decision not to run for President in 1996.
Fifteen years ago this day, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was gunned down at a Peace Rally by a right-wing extremist (Yigal Amir), angered by the peace process.