Today's Highlight in History:
In 1865, Tennessee adopted a new constitution abolishing（废除） slavery.
In 1879, Frank Winfield Woolworth opened a five-cent store in Utica, New York.
In 1889, President Cleveland signed a bill to admit the Dakotas, Montana and Washington state to the Union.
In 1892, "Lady Windermere's Fan," by Oscar Wilde, was first performed, at London's St. James's Theater.
In 1924, Calvin Coolidge delivered the first presidential radio broadcast from the White House.
In 1934, the romantic comedy "It Happened One Night," starring Clark Gable and Claudette Colbert, opened at New York's Radio City Music Hall.
In 1987, pop artist Andy Warhol died at a New York City hospital at age 58.
Ten years ago: Former President Reagan's videotaped testimony6 for the trial of former national security adviser7 John Poindexter was released in Washington; in his deposition8, Reagan said he never had "any inkling（暗示，模糊概念） " his aides were secretly arming the Nicaraguan Contras.
Five years ago: France accused four American diplomats9 and a fifth US citizen of spying, and asked them to leave the country. Security forces in Algiers crushed a prison uprising（起义，升起） by Islamic extremists, resulting in 96 deaths by official count.
One year ago: Levi Strauss, falling victim to a fashion generation gap, announced it was closing eleven plants.
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