Today in History – October 23
Today is Tuesday, October 23. There are 62 days until Christmas.
On this date in history, 25-thousand women marched in New York City demanding the right to vote. The year was 1915.
In 1962, 12-year-old Steveland Morris Judkins recorded his first single, "Thank You for Loving Me All the Way," for Motown Records. He later became known as Little Stevie Wonder.
In 1973, President Richard Nixon agreed to turn over White House tape recordings to Watergate judge John Sirica.
In 1983, 237 U.S. Marines stationed in Lebanon were killed when a suicide truck bomber crashed into the U.S. compound at Beirut International Airport.
Today is Boston Cream Pie day, ipod day, Mole Day, and TV Talk Show Host Day in honor of Johnny Carson's date of birth.
Happy Birthday to World Golf Hall of Famer Juan "Chi-Chi" Rodriguez who is 83.
Brazilian soccer star Pele is 78.
Parody singer-songwriter "Weird Al" Yankovic is 59.
Actor Ryan Reynolds is 42.