On This Day: October 3

10 years of headlines that grabbed us.
October 3, 2021
Subway Surfer Killed On NYC Bridge
A man who was attempting to "surf" atop a New York City subway train on Saturday lost his footing and his life.  Keep reading >>
October 3, 2020
Doctor Indicates Trump Had COVID-19 Much Earlier
President Trump's doctor said Saturday that he's fever-free, not on oxygen, and doing "very well" at a military hospital where he's being treated for COVID-19, the AP reports.  Keep reading >>
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October 3, 2019
Sperm Donor's 'Overwhelming' Find Leads to $5.25M Suit
When Dr. Bryce Cleary was in medical school at Oregon Health and Science University three decades ago, he decided to help people who were having fertility issues by becoming a sperm donor.  Keep reading >>
October 3, 2018
NYT Prints 1983 Letter From High School Kavanaugh
The New York Times has unearthed an artifact from Brett Kavanaugh's youth: A letter preparing for "Beach Week" in the summer of 1983.  Keep reading >>
October 3, 2017
Trump to Puerto Rico: You've Thrown Budget 'Out of Whack'
"Every death is a horror," President Trump said Tuesday while meeting with local and federal officials at Muniz Air National Guard Base in Puerto Rico, but other remarks he made weren't quite so heavy.  Keep reading >>
October 3, 2016
Trump Faces Fallout From Tax Bombshell
Donald Trump's campaign is starting the week trying to move on from a bombshell report on his 1995 tax return—but it may not be easy changing the subject from what the Guardian calls his campaign's "biggest crisis yet."  Keep reading >>
October 3, 2015
Trump, LeBron Square Off in Gun Control Debate
Presidential candidate Donald Trump and basketball superstar LeBron James took opposite sides in the divisive debate around gun control following Thursday's mass shooting at an Oregon community college.  Keep reading >>
October 3, 2014
Family: Jahi McMath Is 'Alive Again'
Jahi McMath, the 13-year-old girl declared brain-dead not long after having her tonsils removed in December, has been kept on feeding and breathing support at Saint Peter's University Hospital in New Brunswick, NJ.  Keep reading >>
October 3, 2013
Cruz Under Fire as Shutdown Drags On
As the government shutdown enters Day 3, a solution to the deadlock doesn't look any nearer—but Ted Cruz appears to be getting less popular by the hour.  Keep reading >>
October 3, 2012
'07 Video Shows Obama Praising Rev. Wright
It wouldn't be debate night without a media attempt to drum up some eleventh-hour controversy.  Keep reading >>
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