San Francisco was the birthplace of the United Nations in 1945. After a brief stop at Lake Success, New York, it was moved to New York City because many European nations believed San Francisco was too far to travel.
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California is the second-largest cheesemaking state after Wisconsin. It is the leader in producing Hispanic-style cheeses such as Monterey Jack.
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Susanna Salter was elected mayor of Argonia, Kansas in 1887, making her the first woman mayor in the United States.
Using a graphite tennis racket reportedly helps prevent the onset of "tennis elbow."
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On August 12, 1990, Typhoon Winona, combined with the summer holiday rush, created the longest traffic jam in Japan's history, an 84-mile-long chaotic mess. About 15,000 vehicles were involved.