Warren Christopher Birthday, Date of Birth

Warren Christopher

Warren Minor Christopher (October 27, 1925 – March 18, 2011) was an American lawyer, diplomat, and politician. During Bill Clinton's first term as president, Christopher served as the 63rd Secretary of State.

Born in Scranton, North Dakota, Christopher clerked for Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas after graduating from Stanford Law School. He became a partner in the firm of O'Melveny & Myers and served as Deputy Attorney General from 1967 to 1969 under President Lyndon B. Johnson. He served as Deputy Secretary of State under President Jimmy Carter, holding that position from 1977 to 1981. In 1991, he chaired the Christopher Commission, which investigated the Los Angeles Police Department in the wake of the Rodney King incident.

During the 1992 presidential election, Christopher headed Bill Clinton's search for a running mate, and Clinton chose Senator Al Gore. After Clinton won the 1992 election, Christopher led the Clinton administration's transition process, and he took office as Secretary of State in 1993. As Secretary of State, Christopher sought to expand NATO, broker peace in the Israeli–Palestinian conflict, and pressure China regarding its human rights practices. He also helped negotiate the Dayton Agreement, which ended the Bosnian War. He left office in 1997, and was succeeded by Madeleine Albright.

Christopher oversaw the Gore campaign's Florida recount effort in the aftermath of the disputed 2000 presidential election. At the time of his death in 2011, he was a Senior Partner at O'Melveny & Myers in the firm's Century City, California, office. He also served as a professor at the University of California at Los Angeles.

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Birthday, Date of Birth
Tuesday, October 27, 1925
Place of Birth
Scranton
Age
95
Star Sign

The October 27, 1925 was a Tuesday under the star sign of . It was the 299 day of the year. President of the United States was Calvin Coolidge.

If you were born on this day, you are 95 years old. Your last birthday was on the Tuesday, October 27, 2020, 0 days ago. Your next birthday is on Wednesday, October 27, 2021, in 364 days. You have lived for 34,699 days, or about 832,788 hours, or about 49,967,329 minutes, or about seconds.

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27th of October 1925 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on October 27, 1925

New York Charters.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

DIPLOMAS FOR DRUNKARDS'; Moscow Worker Offers New Device to Check Heavy Drinking.

Date: 28 October 1925

By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES

Heavy drinking follows return to vodka of prewar strength

Full Article

AMHERST RESTS, BUT PLOTS.; Makers of Record Score Hear Coach Outline New Plays.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

Philadelphia Electric's New Issue.

Date: 28 October 1925

Sept report

Full Article

COLLEGE ATHLETES IN FIRST CONCLAVE; New York State Conference Establishes Organization by Electing Dr. Fauver President. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DRAWN Committee Is Appointed to Consider Officials for Games -- New Head Stresses Spirit of Rules.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Will swim down Hudson today

Full Article

RHEIMS IS DYING AGAIN WHILE SUBURBS GROW; New Residents Prefer Workers' Cottages Outside the City and Draw Tradesmen There.

Date: 28 October 1925

By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES

City dying again from lack of population

Full Article

DOOLITTLE FLIES AT 245 MILES AN HOUR; Winner of the Schneider Cup Race Sets a New World Record for Seaplane Flight.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Lt J Doolittle sets new world record for seaplane flight in plane with which he won Schneider cup

Full Article

MRS. BARING REJOINS HUSBAND SHE ACCUSED; Refuses to Appear in New Trial of Charge He Tried to Poison Her.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Reconciled to wife who refuses to appear in new trial on charge he tried to poison her

Full Article

YALE IS OBJECTIVE OF NEW ARMY DRIVE; Cadet Regulars Work on Plays for Use Saturday, While Subs Rest -- Gilbreth Hurt.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

NEW RISING FEARED IN RUINED DAMASCUS; Reports From Jerusalem Assert City Is Barricaded and People Are Trying to Flee.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

New rising in Damascus feared; Damascus in ruins; review of recent troubles and its genesis; casualties in last bombardment; talk of intervention by League of Nations

Full Article

New York Charters.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

DIPLOMAS FOR DRUNKARDS'; Moscow Worker Offers New Device to Check Heavy Drinking.

Date: 28 October 1925

By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES

Heavy drinking follows return to vodka of prewar strength

Full Article

AMHERST RESTS, BUT PLOTS.; Makers of Record Score Hear Coach Outline New Plays.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

Philadelphia Electric's New Issue.

Date: 28 October 1925

Sept report

Full Article

COLLEGE ATHLETES IN FIRST CONCLAVE; New York State Conference Establishes Organization by Electing Dr. Fauver President. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DRAWN Committee Is Appointed to Consider Officials for Games -- New Head Stresses Spirit of Rules.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Will swim down Hudson today

Full Article

RHEIMS IS DYING AGAIN WHILE SUBURBS GROW; New Residents Prefer Workers' Cottages Outside the City and Draw Tradesmen There.

Date: 28 October 1925

By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES

City dying again from lack of population

Full Article

DOOLITTLE FLIES AT 245 MILES AN HOUR; Winner of the Schneider Cup Race Sets a New World Record for Seaplane Flight.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Lt J Doolittle sets new world record for seaplane flight in plane with which he won Schneider cup

Full Article

MRS. BARING REJOINS HUSBAND SHE ACCUSED; Refuses to Appear in New Trial of Charge He Tried to Poison Her.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Reconciled to wife who refuses to appear in new trial on charge he tried to poison her

Full Article

YALE IS OBJECTIVE OF NEW ARMY DRIVE; Cadet Regulars Work on Plays for Use Saturday, While Subs Rest -- Gilbreth Hurt.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

NEW RISING FEARED IN RUINED DAMASCUS; Reports From Jerusalem Assert City Is Barricaded and People Are Trying to Flee.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

New rising in Damascus feared; Damascus in ruins; review of recent troubles and its genesis; casualties in last bombardment; talk of intervention by League of Nations

Full Article

New York Charters.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

DIPLOMAS FOR DRUNKARDS'; Moscow Worker Offers New Device to Check Heavy Drinking.

Date: 28 October 1925

By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES

Heavy drinking follows return to vodka of prewar strength

Full Article

AMHERST RESTS, BUT PLOTS.; Makers of Record Score Hear Coach Outline New Plays.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

Philadelphia Electric's New Issue.

Date: 28 October 1925

Sept report

Full Article

COLLEGE ATHLETES IN FIRST CONCLAVE; New York State Conference Establishes Organization by Electing Dr. Fauver President. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DRAWN Committee Is Appointed to Consider Officials for Games -- New Head Stresses Spirit of Rules.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Will swim down Hudson today

Full Article

RHEIMS IS DYING AGAIN WHILE SUBURBS GROW; New Residents Prefer Workers' Cottages Outside the City and Draw Tradesmen There.

Date: 28 October 1925

By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES

City dying again from lack of population

Full Article

DOOLITTLE FLIES AT 245 MILES AN HOUR; Winner of the Schneider Cup Race Sets a New World Record for Seaplane Flight.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Lt J Doolittle sets new world record for seaplane flight in plane with which he won Schneider cup

Full Article

MRS. BARING REJOINS HUSBAND SHE ACCUSED; Refuses to Appear in New Trial of Charge He Tried to Poison Her.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Reconciled to wife who refuses to appear in new trial on charge he tried to poison her

Full Article

YALE IS OBJECTIVE OF NEW ARMY DRIVE; Cadet Regulars Work on Plays for Use Saturday, While Subs Rest -- Gilbreth Hurt.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

NEW RISING FEARED IN RUINED DAMASCUS; Reports From Jerusalem Assert City Is Barricaded and People Are Trying to Flee.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

New rising in Damascus feared; Damascus in ruins; review of recent troubles and its genesis; casualties in last bombardment; talk of intervention by League of Nations

Full Article

New York Charters.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

DIPLOMAS FOR DRUNKARDS'; Moscow Worker Offers New Device to Check Heavy Drinking.

Date: 28 October 1925

By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES

Heavy drinking follows return to vodka of prewar strength

Full Article

AMHERST RESTS, BUT PLOTS.; Makers of Record Score Hear Coach Outline New Plays.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

Philadelphia Electric's New Issue.

Date: 28 October 1925

Sept report

Full Article

COLLEGE ATHLETES IN FIRST CONCLAVE; New York State Conference Establishes Organization by Electing Dr. Fauver President. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DRAWN Committee Is Appointed to Consider Officials for Games -- New Head Stresses Spirit of Rules.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Will swim down Hudson today

Full Article

DOOLITTLE FLIES AT 245 MILES AN HOUR; Winner of the Schneider Cup Race Sets a New World Record for Seaplane Flight.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Lt J Doolittle sets new world record for seaplane flight in plane with which he won Schneider cup

Full Article

MRS. BARING REJOINS HUSBAND SHE ACCUSED; Refuses to Appear in New Trial of Charge He Tried to Poison Her.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Reconciled to wife who refuses to appear in new trial on charge he tried to poison her

Full Article

YALE IS OBJECTIVE OF NEW ARMY DRIVE; Cadet Regulars Work on Plays for Use Saturday, While Subs Rest -- Gilbreth Hurt.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

NEW RISING FEARED IN RUINED DAMASCUS; Reports From Jerusalem Assert City Is Barricaded and People Are Trying to Flee.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

New rising in Damascus feared; Damascus in ruins; review of recent troubles and its genesis; casualties in last bombardment; talk of intervention by League of Nations

Full Article

New York Charters.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

AMHERST RESTS, BUT PLOTS.; Makers of Record Score Hear Coach Outline New Plays.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

Philadelphia Electric's New Issue.

Date: 28 October 1925

Sept report

Full Article

COLLEGE ATHLETES IN FIRST CONCLAVE; New York State Conference Establishes Organization by Electing Dr. Fauver President. FOOTBALL SCHEDULE DRAWN Committee Is Appointed to Consider Officials for Games -- New Head Stresses Spirit of Rules.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Will swim down Hudson today

Full Article

RHEIMS IS DYING AGAIN WHILE SUBURBS GROW; New Residents Prefer Workers' Cottages Outside the City and Draw Tradesmen There.

Date: 28 October 1925

By Wireless to THE NEW YORK TIMES

City dying again from lack of population

Full Article

DOOLITTLE FLIES AT 245 MILES AN HOUR; Winner of the Schneider Cup Race Sets a New World Record for Seaplane Flight.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Lt J Doolittle sets new world record for seaplane flight in plane with which he won Schneider cup

Full Article

MRS. BARING REJOINS HUSBAND SHE ACCUSED; Refuses to Appear in New Trial of Charge He Tried to Poison Her.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Reconciled to wife who refuses to appear in new trial on charge he tried to poison her

Full Article

YALE IS OBJECTIVE OF NEW ARMY DRIVE; Cadet Regulars Work on Plays for Use Saturday, While Subs Rest -- Gilbreth Hurt.

Date: 27 October 1925

Special to The New York Times

Full Article

NEW RISING FEARED IN RUINED DAMASCUS; Reports From Jerusalem Assert City Is Barricaded and People Are Trying to Flee.

Date: 28 October 1925

Special Cable to THE NEW YORK TIMES

New rising in Damascus feared; Damascus in ruins; review of recent troubles and its genesis; casualties in last bombardment; talk of intervention by League of Nations

Full Article