Replaying Saturday, November 21, 2020

The November 21, 2020 was a Saturday under the star sign of . It was the 325 day of the year. President of the United States was Donald J. Trump.

If you were born on this day, you are 0 years old. Your last birthday was on the Saturday, November 21, 2020, 61 days ago. Your next birthday is on Sunday, November 21, 2021, in 303 days. You have lived for 61 days, or about 1,483 hours, or about 89,033 minutes, or about 5,342,021 seconds.

Some people who share this birthday:

  • Voltaire (playwright, science fiction writer, autobiographer, poet, essayist, author, philosopher, poet lawyer, historian, diarist, Encyclopédistes, correspondent, born November 21, 1694)
  • Edward III of England (writer, born November 13, 1312)
  • Stephan von Breuning (entomologist, born November 21, 1894)
  • Benedict XV (Catholic priest, born November 21, 1854)
  • Björk (writer, poet, singer, singer-songwriter, record producer, actor, composer, music arranger, born November 21, 1965)
  • René Magritte (painter, illustrator, born November 21, 1898)
  • Friedrich Schleiermacher (writer, translator, philosopher, university teacher, theologian, born November 21, 1768)
  • René-Robert Cavelier, Sieur de La Salle (explorer, born November 21, 1643)
  • Isaac Bashevis Singer (screenwriter, novelist, children's writer, writer, autobiographer, translator, journalist, Esperantist, born November 21, 1902)
  • Coleman Hawkins (composer, jazz musician, saxophonist, born November 21, 1904)
  • Victoria, Princess Royal (painter, drawer, sculptor, born November 21, 1840)
  • Abd al-Karim Qasim (politician, military personnel, school teacher, born November 21, 1914)
  • Lewis H. Morgan (politician, lawyer, historian, sociologist, anthropologist, born November 21, 1818)
  • Camillo Róndani (entomologist, born November 21, 1808)
  • Goldie Hawn (singer, film director, musician, actor, film actor, stage actor, television actor, producer, director, born November 21, 1945)
  • Michel Suleiman (politician, military officer, born November 21, 1948)
  • Dr. John (singer, singer-songwriter, guitarist, pianist, jazz musician, born November 21, 1940)
  • Harold Ramis (screenwriter, comedian, writer, film director, film actor, television actor, director, born November 21, 1944)
  • Mikhail Suslov (politician, economist, born November 21, 1902)
  • Jacques Laffite (racing automobile driver, sports commentator, born November 21, 1943)
  • Alexander Henry Haliday (entomologist, entomologist, born November 21, 1806)
  • Francisco Tárrega (guitarist, pianist, composer, classical guitarist, born November 21, 1852)
  • Stan Musial (baseball player, born November 21, 1920)
  • Carly Rae Jepsen (singer, singer-songwriter, musician, born November 21, 1985)
  • Dick Durbin (politician, lawyer, professor, born November 21, 1944)
  • Ken Griffey Jr. (baseball player, born November 21, 1969)
  • Sigfrid Edström (politician, engineer, athletics competitor, born November 21, 1870)
  • Alexander Berkman (writer, journalist, peace activist, typographer, born November 21, 1870)
  • Frans Snyders (painter, born November 11, 1579)
  • Étienne de La Boétie (writer, poet, philosopher, judge, French moralist, born November 11, 1530)
  • Pylyp Orlyk (diplomat, born November 21, 1672)
  • Christopher Tolkien (writer, university teacher, editor, born November 21, 1924)
  • Pierre Grimal (latinist, classical philologist, born November 21, 1912)
  • Michael Grant (writer, historian, archaeologist, classical scholar, numismatist, classical philologist, born November 21, 1914)
  • Alfred Sturtevant (university teacher, geneticist, botanist, born November 21, 1891)
  • Gustav Radbruch (politician, jurist, university teacher, born November 21, 1878)
  • Jesús Navas (association football player, born November 21, 1985)
  • Helen (film actor, dancer, born November 21, 1938)
  • Olav Duun (writer, born November 21, 1876)
  • Manuel Estrada Cabrera (politician, lawyer, born November 21, 1857)
  • Veljko Kadijević (politician, military personnel, born November 21, 1925)
  • Troy Aikman (television presenter, American football player, announcer, NASCAR team owner, born November 21, 1966)
  • María Casares (film actor, stage actor, born November 21, 1922)
  • Álvaro Bautista (motorcycle racer, born November 21, 1984)
  • Vincenzo Iaquinta (association football player, born November 21, 1979)
  • Milka Planinc (politician, political commissar, born November 21, 1924)
  • Odd Børretzen (playwright, children's writer, writer, painter, translator, singer, musician, illustrator, born November 21, 1926)
  • Eyal Ran (tennis player, born November 21, 1972)
  • Alberto Juantorena (politician, athletics competitor, middle-distance runner, sprinter, born November 21, 1950)
  • Lewis Binford (university teacher, archaeologist, anthropologist, prehistorian, born November 21, 1931)
  • Désiré-Joseph Mercier (philosopher, university teacher, theologian, Catholic priest, born November 21, 1851)
  • Rino Sashihara (singer, actor, businessperson, model, seiyū, tarento, born November 21, 1992)
  • Salo Flohr (writer, journalist, chess player, chess arbiter, chess organiser, chess theoretician, born November 21, 1908)
  • Wayne Odesnik (tennis player, born November 21, 1985)
  • Steven Curtis Chapman (singer, singer-songwriter, musician, guitarist, actor, voice actor, born November 21, 1962)
  • Sigfrid Karg-Elert (pianist, composer, university teacher, music pedagogue, organist, musicologist, born November 21, 1877)
  • Gert Fredriksson (kayaker, born November 21, 1919)
  • Chung Il-kwon (politician, military personnel, autobiographer, diplomat, born November 21, 1917)
  • Jena Malone (singer, musician, actor, film actor, television actor, film producer, model, photographer, born November 21, 1984)
  • Qian Zhongshu (writer, translator, born November 21, 1910)
  • Henri Laborit (screenwriter, philosopher, chemist, neurologist, born November 21, 1914)
  • Daniela Iraschko-Stolz (association football player, ski jumper, born November 21, 1983)
  • Henry Hartsfield (military officer, astronaut, born November 21, 1933)
  • Helgo Zettervall (architect, born November 21, 1831)
  • Beryl Bainbridge (screenwriter, novelist, writer, actor, born November 21, 1932)
  • Nicollette Sheridan (actor, film actor, television actor, born November 21, 1963)
  • Jeannot Szwarc (film director, born November 21, 1939)
  • Lars Leijonborg (politician, born November 21, 1949)
  • Andrew Davis (screenwriter, film director, film producer, director, cinematographer, born November 21, 1946)
  • Eleanor Powell (film actor, stage actor, television actor, born November 21, 1912)
  • Alex James (singer, guitarist, songwriter, composer, journalist, bassist, bass-guitarist, cheesemaker, born November 21, 1968)
  • Harold Nicolson (politician, writer, diplomat, biographer, journalist, diarist, horticulturist, born November 21, 1886)
  • Sigbjørn Obstfelder (writer, poet, born November 21, 1866)
  • Alexander Siddig (actor, film actor, television actor, director, born November 21, 1965)
  • Gregorio Aráoz de Lamadrid (politician, military personnel, born November 21, 1795)
  • Samuel Cunard (entrepreneur, shipowner, born November 21, 1787)
  • Earl Monroe (basketball player, born November 21, 1944)
  • Oskar Messter (film producer, entrepreneur, born November 21, 1866)
  • Friedrich Wilhelm Marpurg (composer, music critic, organist, musicologist, music theorist, born November 21, 1718)
  • Xie Jin (politician, screenwriter, film director, born November 21, 1923)
  • Tobias Sammet (singer, bassist, born November 21, 1977)
  • Shane Douglas (teacher, professional wrestler, born November 21, 1964)
  • Federico Tinoco Granados (politician, born November 21, 1868)
  • Ernst Grünfeld (chess player, born November 21, 1893)
  • Sid Luckman (American football player, born November 21, 1916)
  • Ben Bot (politician, diplomat, born November 21, 1937)
  • William Wakefield Baum (Catholic priest, born November 21, 1926)
  • Rickson Gracie (judoka, choreographer, born November 21, 1958)
  • Julio Anguita (politician, born November 21, 1941)
  • Nick Perumov (science fiction writer, writer, fantasy author, born November 21, 1963)

21st of November 2020 News

News as it appeared on the front page of the New York Times on November 21, 2020

Newsmax, Once a Right-Wing Also-Ran, Is Rising, and Trump Approves

Date: 22 November 2020

By Michael M. Grynbaum and John Koblin

Michael

A once-niche conservative cable network, owned by a longtime friend of the president, lures audiences by refusing to declare an electoral winner.

Full Article

Get Me Meacham! Biden Brings Back the Media’s Good Old Days

Date: 22 November 2020

By Ben Smith

Ben Smith

The next president promises to do for old-line newspaper columnists what Donald Trump did for cable. What a time to be George Will!

Full Article

‘Covid-zero’ is an idea gaining momentum. Could it work in Canada?

Date: 21 November 2020

By Ian Austen

Ian Austen

Canada is awash in grim coronavirus news.

Full Article

Protesters in Guatemala Set Fire to Congress Building Over Spending Cuts

Date: 22 November 2020

By Nic Wirtz and Natalie Kitroeff

Nic Wirtz

After two hurricanes displaced thousands of people and wrecked infrastructure, a bill that cut spending on health and education and bolstered lawmakers’ meal stipends touched off a wave of anger in the capital.

Full Article

Nelly Kaplan, whose films explored female strength, dies of Covid at 89.

Date: 21 November 2020

By Neil Genzlinger

Neil Genzlinger

Nelly Kaplan, whose witty, satire-tinged French films about female empowerment and revenge made her a distinctive voice in a male-dominated era, died on Nov. 12 in Geneva. She was 89.

Full Article

N.Y.C. says 3 percent of its coronavirus tests reveal infections. Why does the state disagree?

Date: 22 November 2020

By Joseph Goldstein and Jesse McKinley

Joseph Goldstein

A 3 percent positive rate in coronavirus testing is a critical threshold for New York City. It is the point at which the mayor shut down public schools last week. The governor says that a sustained 3 percent level in the city will result in banning indoor dining, closing gyms and hair salons, and placing a 25-person cap on attendance at houses of worship even as the holidays approach.

Full Article

2 Sonic Drive-In Workers Die in Nebraska Shooting

Date: 22 November 2020

By Christina Morales

Christina Morales

Two other employees were injured in the shooting on Saturday night. A man was arrested, but a motive for the episode was unclear.

Full Article

The F.D.A. grants emergency authorization of the coronavirus antibody treatment given to Trump.

Date: 22 November 2020

By Katie Thomas and Noah Weiland

Katie Thomas

The Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency authorization for the experimental antibody treatment given to President Trump shortly after he tested positive for the coronavirus, giving doctors another option to treat patients as cases across the country continue to rise.

Full Article

Hong Kong and Singapore put their planned travel bubble on hold.

Date: 21 November 2020

By Elaine Yu

Elaine Yu

The governments of Hong Kong and Singapore have temporarily scrapped a plan for a travel bubble, as Hong Kong grapples with a spike in coronavirus infections. The delay underscores the challenges of reopening international travel routes as efforts to control the virus remain unstable across the world.

Full Article

New Thanksgiving Ritual: A Coronavirus Test Before the Turkey

Date: 21 November 2020

By Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio

Giulia Nieto

As cases surge and the Centers for Disease Control cautions against travel, Americans are lining up for testing.

Full Article

Newsmax, Once a Right-Wing Also-Ran, Is Rising, and Trump Approves

Date: 22 November 2020

By Michael M. Grynbaum and John Koblin

Michael

A once-niche conservative cable network, owned by a longtime friend of the president, lures audiences by refusing to declare an electoral winner.

Full Article

Get Me Meacham! Biden Brings Back the Media’s Good Old Days

Date: 22 November 2020

By Ben Smith

Ben Smith

The next president promises to do for old-line newspaper columnists what Donald Trump did for cable. What a time to be George Will!

Full Article

‘Covid-zero’ is an idea gaining momentum. Could it work in Canada?

Date: 21 November 2020

By Ian Austen

Ian Austen

Canada is awash in grim coronavirus news.

Full Article

Protesters in Guatemala Set Fire to Congress Building Over Spending Cuts

Date: 22 November 2020

By Nic Wirtz and Natalie Kitroeff

Nic Wirtz

After two hurricanes displaced thousands of people and wrecked infrastructure, a bill that cut spending on health and education and bolstered lawmakers’ meal stipends touched off a wave of anger in the capital.

Full Article

Nelly Kaplan, whose films explored female strength, dies of Covid at 89.

Date: 21 November 2020

By Neil Genzlinger

Neil Genzlinger

Nelly Kaplan, whose witty, satire-tinged French films about female empowerment and revenge made her a distinctive voice in a male-dominated era, died on Nov. 12 in Geneva. She was 89.

Full Article

N.Y.C. says 3 percent of its coronavirus tests reveal infections. Why does the state disagree?

Date: 22 November 2020

By Joseph Goldstein and Jesse McKinley

Joseph Goldstein

A 3 percent positive rate in coronavirus testing is a critical threshold for New York City. It is the point at which the mayor shut down public schools last week. The governor says that a sustained 3 percent level in the city will result in banning indoor dining, closing gyms and hair salons, and placing a 25-person cap on attendance at houses of worship even as the holidays approach.

Full Article

2 Sonic Drive-In Workers Die in Nebraska Shooting

Date: 22 November 2020

By Christina Morales

Christina Morales

Two other employees were injured in the shooting on Saturday night. A man was arrested, but a motive for the episode was unclear.

Full Article

The F.D.A. grants emergency authorization of the coronavirus antibody treatment given to Trump.

Date: 22 November 2020

By Katie Thomas and Noah Weiland

Katie Thomas

The Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency authorization for the experimental antibody treatment given to President Trump shortly after he tested positive for the coronavirus, giving doctors another option to treat patients as cases across the country continue to rise.

Full Article

Hong Kong and Singapore put their planned travel bubble on hold.

Date: 21 November 2020

By Elaine Yu

Elaine Yu

The governments of Hong Kong and Singapore have temporarily scrapped a plan for a travel bubble, as Hong Kong grapples with a spike in coronavirus infections. The delay underscores the challenges of reopening international travel routes as efforts to control the virus remain unstable across the world.

Full Article

New Thanksgiving Ritual: A Coronavirus Test Before the Turkey

Date: 21 November 2020

By Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio

Giulia Nieto

As cases surge and the Centers for Disease Control cautions against travel, Americans are lining up for testing.

Full Article

Newsmax, Once a Right-Wing Also-Ran, Is Rising, and Trump Approves

Date: 22 November 2020

By Michael M. Grynbaum and John Koblin

Michael

A once-niche conservative cable network, owned by a longtime friend of the president, lures audiences by refusing to declare an electoral winner.

Full Article

Get Me Meacham! Biden Brings Back the Media’s Good Old Days

Date: 22 November 2020

By Ben Smith

Ben Smith

The next president promises to do for old-line newspaper columnists what Donald Trump did for cable. What a time to be George Will!

Full Article

‘Covid-zero’ is an idea gaining momentum. Could it work in Canada?

Date: 21 November 2020

By Ian Austen

Ian Austen

Canada is awash in grim coronavirus news.

Full Article

Protesters in Guatemala Set Fire to Congress Building Over Spending Cuts

Date: 22 November 2020

By Nic Wirtz and Natalie Kitroeff

Nic Wirtz

After two hurricanes displaced thousands of people and wrecked infrastructure, a bill that cut spending on health and education and bolstered lawmakers’ meal stipends touched off a wave of anger in the capital.

Full Article

Nelly Kaplan, whose films explored female strength, dies of Covid at 89.

Date: 21 November 2020

By Neil Genzlinger

Neil Genzlinger

Nelly Kaplan, whose witty, satire-tinged French films about female empowerment and revenge made her a distinctive voice in a male-dominated era, died on Nov. 12 in Geneva. She was 89.

Full Article

N.Y.C. says 3 percent of its coronavirus tests reveal infections. Why does the state disagree?

Date: 22 November 2020

By Joseph Goldstein and Jesse McKinley

Joseph Goldstein

A 3 percent positive rate in coronavirus testing is a critical threshold for New York City. It is the point at which the mayor shut down public schools last week. The governor says that a sustained 3 percent level in the city will result in banning indoor dining, closing gyms and hair salons, and placing a 25-person cap on attendance at houses of worship even as the holidays approach.

Full Article

2 Sonic Drive-In Workers Die in Nebraska Shooting

Date: 22 November 2020

By Christina Morales

Christina Morales

Two other employees were injured in the shooting on Saturday night. A man was arrested, but a motive for the episode was unclear.

Full Article

The F.D.A. grants emergency authorization of the coronavirus antibody treatment given to Trump.

Date: 22 November 2020

By Katie Thomas and Noah Weiland

Katie Thomas

The Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency authorization for the experimental antibody treatment given to President Trump shortly after he tested positive for the coronavirus, giving doctors another option to treat patients as cases across the country continue to rise.

Full Article

Hong Kong and Singapore put their planned travel bubble on hold.

Date: 21 November 2020

By Elaine Yu

Elaine Yu

The governments of Hong Kong and Singapore have temporarily scrapped a plan for a travel bubble, as Hong Kong grapples with a spike in coronavirus infections. The delay underscores the challenges of reopening international travel routes as efforts to control the virus remain unstable across the world.

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New Thanksgiving Ritual: A Coronavirus Test Before the Turkey

Date: 21 November 2020

By Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio

Giulia Nieto

As cases surge and the Centers for Disease Control cautions against travel, Americans are lining up for testing.

Full Article

Newsmax, Once a Right-Wing Also-Ran, Is Rising, and Trump Approves

Date: 22 November 2020

By Michael M. Grynbaum and John Koblin

Michael

A once-niche conservative cable network, owned by a longtime friend of the president, lures audiences by refusing to declare an electoral winner.

Full Article

Get Me Meacham! Biden Brings Back the Media’s Good Old Days

Date: 22 November 2020

By Ben Smith

Ben Smith

The next president promises to do for old-line newspaper columnists what Donald Trump did for cable. What a time to be George Will!

Full Article

‘Covid-zero’ is an idea gaining momentum. Could it work in Canada?

Date: 21 November 2020

By Ian Austen

Ian Austen

Canada is awash in grim coronavirus news.

Full Article

Protesters in Guatemala Set Fire to Congress Building Over Spending Cuts

Date: 22 November 2020

By Nic Wirtz and Natalie Kitroeff

Nic Wirtz

After two hurricanes displaced thousands of people and wrecked infrastructure, a bill that cut spending on health and education and bolstered lawmakers’ meal stipends touched off a wave of anger in the capital.

Full Article

Nelly Kaplan, whose films explored female strength, dies of Covid at 89.

Date: 21 November 2020

By Neil Genzlinger

Neil Genzlinger

Nelly Kaplan, whose witty, satire-tinged French films about female empowerment and revenge made her a distinctive voice in a male-dominated era, died on Nov. 12 in Geneva. She was 89.

Full Article

N.Y.C. says 3 percent of its coronavirus tests reveal infections. Why does the state disagree?

Date: 22 November 2020

By Joseph Goldstein and Jesse McKinley

Joseph Goldstein

A 3 percent positive rate in coronavirus testing is a critical threshold for New York City. It is the point at which the mayor shut down public schools last week. The governor says that a sustained 3 percent level in the city will result in banning indoor dining, closing gyms and hair salons, and placing a 25-person cap on attendance at houses of worship even as the holidays approach.

Full Article

2 Sonic Drive-In Workers Die in Nebraska Shooting

Date: 22 November 2020

By Christina Morales

Christina Morales

Two other employees were injured in the shooting on Saturday night. A man was arrested, but a motive for the episode was unclear.

Full Article

The F.D.A. grants emergency authorization of the coronavirus antibody treatment given to Trump.

Date: 22 November 2020

By Katie Thomas and Noah Weiland

Katie Thomas

The Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency authorization for the experimental antibody treatment given to President Trump shortly after he tested positive for the coronavirus, giving doctors another option to treat patients as cases across the country continue to rise.

Full Article

Hong Kong and Singapore put their planned travel bubble on hold.

Date: 21 November 2020

By Elaine Yu

Elaine Yu

The governments of Hong Kong and Singapore have temporarily scrapped a plan for a travel bubble, as Hong Kong grapples with a spike in coronavirus infections. The delay underscores the challenges of reopening international travel routes as efforts to control the virus remain unstable across the world.

Full Article

New Thanksgiving Ritual: A Coronavirus Test Before the Turkey

Date: 21 November 2020

By Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio

Giulia Nieto

As cases surge and the Centers for Disease Control cautions against travel, Americans are lining up for testing.

Full Article

Newsmax, Once a Right-Wing Also-Ran, Is Rising, and Trump Approves

Date: 22 November 2020

By Michael M. Grynbaum and John Koblin

Michael

A once-niche conservative cable network, owned by a longtime friend of the president, lures audiences by refusing to declare an electoral winner.

Full Article

Get Me Meacham! Biden Brings Back the Media’s Good Old Days

Date: 22 November 2020

By Ben Smith

Ben Smith

The next president promises to do for old-line newspaper columnists what Donald Trump did for cable. What a time to be George Will!

Full Article

‘Covid-zero’ is an idea gaining momentum. Could it work in Canada?

Date: 21 November 2020

By Ian Austen

Ian Austen

Canada is awash in grim coronavirus news.

Full Article

Protesters in Guatemala Set Fire to Congress Building Over Spending Cuts

Date: 22 November 2020

By Nic Wirtz and Natalie Kitroeff

Nic Wirtz

After two hurricanes displaced thousands of people and wrecked infrastructure, a bill that cut spending on health and education and bolstered lawmakers’ meal stipends touched off a wave of anger in the capital.

Full Article

Nelly Kaplan, whose films explored female strength, dies of Covid at 89.

Date: 21 November 2020

By Neil Genzlinger

Neil Genzlinger

Nelly Kaplan, whose witty, satire-tinged French films about female empowerment and revenge made her a distinctive voice in a male-dominated era, died on Nov. 12 in Geneva. She was 89.

Full Article

N.Y.C. says 3 percent of its coronavirus tests reveal infections. Why does the state disagree?

Date: 22 November 2020

By Joseph Goldstein and Jesse McKinley

Joseph Goldstein

A 3 percent positive rate in coronavirus testing is a critical threshold for New York City. It is the point at which the mayor shut down public schools last week. The governor says that a sustained 3 percent level in the city will result in banning indoor dining, closing gyms and hair salons, and placing a 25-person cap on attendance at houses of worship even as the holidays approach.

Full Article

2 Sonic Drive-In Workers Die in Nebraska Shooting

Date: 22 November 2020

By Christina Morales

Christina Morales

Two other employees were injured in the shooting on Saturday night. A man was arrested, but a motive for the episode was unclear.

Full Article

The F.D.A. grants emergency authorization of the coronavirus antibody treatment given to Trump.

Date: 22 November 2020

By Katie Thomas and Noah Weiland

Katie Thomas

The Food and Drug Administration has granted emergency authorization for the experimental antibody treatment given to President Trump shortly after he tested positive for the coronavirus, giving doctors another option to treat patients as cases across the country continue to rise.

Full Article

Hong Kong and Singapore put their planned travel bubble on hold.

Date: 21 November 2020

By Elaine Yu

Elaine Yu

The governments of Hong Kong and Singapore have temporarily scrapped a plan for a travel bubble, as Hong Kong grapples with a spike in coronavirus infections. The delay underscores the challenges of reopening international travel routes as efforts to control the virus remain unstable across the world.

Full Article

New Thanksgiving Ritual: A Coronavirus Test Before the Turkey

Date: 21 November 2020

By Giulia McDonnell Nieto del Rio

Giulia Nieto

As cases surge and the Centers for Disease Control cautions against travel, Americans are lining up for testing.

Full Article