Who Remembers ...

Do you remember these events from 1998?

January 17 - Paula Jones accuses U.S. President Bill Clinton of sexual harassment.

February 7 to February 22 - The 1998 Winter Olympics are held in Nagano, Japan.

April 22 - The Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park at Walt Disney World opens to the public for the first time.

May 21 - At Thurston High School in Springfield, Oregon, Kipland Kinkel (who was suspended for bringing a gun to school) shoots a semi-automatic rifle into a room filled with students, killing 2 and wounding 25 others, after killing his parents at home.

June 5 - A strike begins at the General Motors Corporation parts factory in Flint, Michigan, quickly spreading to 5 other assembly plants and lasting 7 weeks.

June 25 - Microsoft releases Windows 98.

August 19 - On the day of his 52nd birthday, U.S. President Bill Clinton admits in taped testimony that he had an "improper physical relationship" with White House intern Monica Lewinsky. He also admits before the nation that night in a nationally televised address that he "misled people" about his sexual affair with Lewinsky.

September 7 - Google, Inc. is founded, in Menlo Park, California, by Stanford University Ph.D. candidates Larry Page and Sergey Brin.

September 30 - Pokémon is released in the U.S.

October 29 - In Freehold Borough, New Jersey, Melissa Drexler pleads guilty to aggravated manslaughter for killing her baby moments after delivering him in the bathroom at her senior prom, and is sentenced to 15 years imprisonment.

For a full list of the events of 1998, go here.