This Day In History: November 25

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Watch what happened throughout history on November 25 in this video of This Day in History. On November 25, 1963, John F. Kennedy's funeral took place in Washington D.C. He was later buried in Arlington Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia. On November 25, 1999, Elian Gonzalez, a Cuban immigrant, led to an international custody battle between his family in the United States and his father in Cuba. On November 25, 2002, President George W. Bush signed a bill creating the Department of Homeland Security. Lastly, on November 25, 1959, Mousetrap, the Agatha Christie murder mystery, opened up at the Ambassador Theater in London. This went on to become the longest continuously running play in history.

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