On this day in history 30th November
2005: The Boston Bruins trade captain Joe Thornton to the San Jose Sharks.
2006: American folk artist "Grandma" Moses' 1943 painting "Sugaring Off.
2007: Hillary Clinton presidential campaign office hostage crisis.
2009: José Mujica announced as the winner of the run-off election in Uruguay.
2015: NBA star Kobe Bryant (LA Lakers) announces his intention to retire at the end of the season.
2015: Pope Francis urges peace while visiting controversial mosque in Bangui's PK5 district in Central African Republic.
2020: Joe Biden announces he is nominating Janet Yellen for US treasury secretary.
2021: Barbados becomes a Republic, removing Queen Elizabeth II as head of state in a ceremony with Sandra Mason.
2021: El Chapo's wife Emma Coronel Aispuro sentenced to three years in the US for helping run.
2021: Josephine Baker becomes the first black woman to be honored at Paris’ Panthéon, France's highest honor.