March 9

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Saturday, March 9, 2013

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<a href="" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Dwight Howard's War Of Words With Former Teammates</a>ESPNEL SEGUNDO, Calif. -- It was four days in a season that at times has felt four years long. But amid the festivities of All-Star weekend in Houston last month, Dwight Howard says he found time to make some very important changes. "I'm a big thinker ...

<a href=",0,6781944.story" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">Sunday's matchup: Bulls at Lakers</a>Chicago TribuneStoryline: Bryant has been on a tear as the Lakers have won seven of nine to pull within striking distance of the Western Conference

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March 9 in history:

  • 1954: CBS television broadcaster Edward R. Murrow's See It Now report on Sen. Joseph R. McCarthy signaled the beginning of the end of McCarthyism.
  • 1917: Pancho Villa led Mexican guerrillas in an attack on Columbus, New Mexico, causing Woodrow Wilson to retaliate and send the U.S. Army into Mexico to capture Villa, dead or alive.
  • 1912: Juliette Gordon Low organized the first troop of Girl Guides (soon to be renamed Girl Scouts) in America in her home in Savannah, Georgia.
  • 1862: The ironclad warships Monitor and Merrimack engaged in a Civil War battle that marked the end of the age of sail-driven, wooden-hulled warships.