(Saturday, June 28, 1941) — Texas Governor and radio personality W. Lee “Pappy” O’Daniel narrowly defeated U.S. Rep. Lyndon Johnson today for the U.S. Senate in a special election by only 1,311 votes (click here to watch “American Experience: The Presidents: LBJ” — the 1941 race starts at 16:12)
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwuakgMmhhE President John F. Kennedy's 13th News Conference, June 28, 1961
(Wednesday, June 28, 1961) — U.S. President John F. Kennedy, in his 13th news conference as president, challenged the Soviet Union today to accept the principle of “self-determination” in Berlin—”and indeed in Europe.”
(Monday, June 28, 1971) — Before thousands of stunned spectators and amid heavy police security, Joseph A. Colombo Sr., the 48-year-old reputed chief of a Brooklyn Mafia family, was shot in the head and critically wounded today at Columbus Circle in New York City less than an hour before a massive Italian-American civil rights rally began.
httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tbQNcz128lQ Paul McCartney's Tres conejos en un árbol
(Friday, June 28, 1991) — Rock star Paul McCartney made his debut as a classical composer tonight when his Liverpool Oratorio, an ode to his hometown, was premiered in the city’s ornate Anglican Cathedral.