(Monday, November 29, 1965, 2:15-2:45 p.m. GMT) — The Beatles returned to the BBC Aeolian Hall today in central London to record an interview by presenter Brian Matthew for the corporation’s radio show Saturday Club for broadcast on Dec. 25, 1965, at 10:00 a.m.
(Saturday, November 27, 1965) — “You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away” by The Silkie (produced by The Beatles and written by two of the band’s members, John Lennon and Paul McCartney) peaked at #10 on today’s Billboard Hot 100 singles chart for one week.
(Saturday, November 27, 1965, 10:30 a.m. EST) — The Beatles are forced to spend the night in a castle because of dense fog and later go to Japan to sign a few autographs on this morning’s episode of The Beatles, a weekly cartoon television series on ABC.
Video: 'President Ford Shooting Attempt by Squeeky Fromme, Sacramento (1975)'
(Wednesday, November 26, 1975, 8:28 p.m. PST) — A federal jury in Sacramento, California, tonight found Lynette Fromme, a follower of criminal Charles Manson, guilty of trying to assassinate President Gerald Ford there on Sept. 5, 1975.
(Saturday, November 26, 2005) — “Run It!” by Chris Brown featuring Juelz Santana was the #1 song on today’s Billboard‘s Hot 100 singles chart for five consecutive weeks (Nov. 26, Dec. 3/10/17/24, 2005).
(Saturday, November 26, 1955) — “Sixteen Tons” by The Tennessee Ernie Ford peaked at #1 on today’s Billboard Best Sellers in Stores chart for seven consecutive weeks (Nov. 26, Dec. 3/10/17/24/31, 1955, Jan. 7, 1956).
Video: 'Ku Klux Klan - A Secret History' (Nov. 25, 1915, at 18:19)
(Thursday, November 25, 1915, Thanksgiving Day) — A new version of the Ku Klux Klan, targeting blacks, Jews, Catholics and immigrants, was founded tonight by William Joseph Simmons, who proclaimed himself the Imperial Wizard of the group as he staged a cross-burning on Stone Mountain outside Atlanta.