1872Women’s suffrage movement icon Susan B. Anthony casts a vote at her Rochester, N.Y. polling place. She was arrested later that month and ultimately fined $100 — though she never paid it.1998U.S. Rep. Henry J. Hyde, the chair of the House Judiciary Committee, asks President Bill Clinton to answer 81 questions as part of an impeachment inquiry. The questions required Clinton to admit or deny whether he lied under oath, deliberately misled the American people and tampered with witnesses.