November 2000 in history

November 2000 events chronologically

Nov 2 The first resident crew to the ISS docked with their Soyuz TM-31 spacecraft
Nov 7 Hillary Rodham Clinton is elected to the United States Senate, becoming the first former First Lady to win public office in the United States, although she was actually still the First Lady
Nov 7 Controversial US presidential election that is later resolved in the Bush v. Gore Supreme Court Case
Nov 7 The U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration discovers one of the country's largest LSD labs inside a converted military missile silo in Wamego, Kansas
Nov 11 Kaprun disaster: 155 skiers and snowboarders die when a cable car catches fire in an alpine tunnel in Kaprun, Austria
Nov 13 Philippine House Speaker Manny Villar passes the articles of impeachment against Philippine President Joseph Estrada
Nov 15 A chartered Antonov An-24 crashes after takeoff from Luanda, Angola, killing more than 40 people

Born in November 2000

Nov 8 Jade Pettyjohn an American teen actress best known for her role as McKenna Brooks in An American Girl: McKenna Shoots for the Stars.
Nov 10 Mackenzie Foy an American child model and actress. She is best known for her role as Renesmee Cullen, the daughter of Bella Swan and Edward Cullen, in The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn – Part 2, which earned her a 2013 Young Artist Award nomination as Best Supporting Young Actress in a Feature Film
Nov 20 Connie Talbot an English child singer from Streetly, West Midlands. She rose to fame in 2007 when she reached the final of the first series of Britain's Got Talent. Connie Talbot was expected to sign with Sony BMG, but the label pulled out of the deal due to her age at the time

Top 7 most famous people died in November 2000

Nov 1 Steven Runciman an English historian known for his work on the Middle Ages. His best-known work is his three-volume A History of the Crusades
Nov 5 Jimmie Davis a singer and songwriter of both sacred and popular songs who served for two nonconsecutive terms from 1944 to 1948 and from 1960 to 1964 as the governor of his native Louisiana, USA.
Nov 6 L. Sprague de Camp an American writer of science fiction, fantasy, non-fiction and biography. In a career spanning 60 years, he wrote over 100 books, including novels and works of non-fiction, including biographies of other fantasy authors. He was a major figure in science fiction during the genre's heyday in the 1930s and '40s
Nov 7 Ingrid of Sweden Queen of Denmark from 1947 until 1972 as the wife of King Frederick Her daughters are Queen Margrethe II of Denmark, Princess Benedikte of Sayn-Wittgenstein-Berleburg and Queen Anne-Marie of Greece.
Nov 10 Jacques Chaban-Delmas a French Gaullist politician. He served as Prime Minister under Georges Pompidou from 1969 to 1972. In addition, for almost half a century, he was Mayor of Bordeaux and a deputy for the Gironde département
Nov 17 Louis Néel a French physicist born in Lyon. He studied at the Lycée du Parc in Lyon and was accepted at the École Normale Supérieure in Paris. He obtained the degree of Doctor of Science at the University of Strasbourg. He was corecipient of the Nobel Prize for Physics in 1970 for his pioneering studies of the magnetic properties of solids. His contributions to solid state physics have found numerous useful applications, particularly in the development of improved computer memory units. About 1930 he suggested that a new form of magnetic behavior might exist; called antiferromagnetism, as opposed to ferromagnetism. Above a certain temperature this behaviour stops. Néel pointed out that materials could also exist showing ferrimagnetism. Néel has also given an explanation of the weak magnetism of certain rocks, making possible the study of the history of Earth's magnetic field
Nov 22 Emil Zátopek a Czechoslovak long-distance runner best known for winning three gold medals at the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki. He won gold in the 5000 metres and 10,000 metres runs, but his final medal came when he decided at the last minute to compete in the first marathon of his life. He was nicknamed the "Czech Locomotive"