June 5, 1998: A strike began at a General Motors parts factory near Detroit, Mich., that closed five assembly plants and idled workers across the U.S. for seven weeks.
June 8, 1998: The U.S. Federal Trade Commission brought an antitrust complaint against Intel, alleging its policies punished other developers of microprocessors.
June 7, 2000: U.S. Federal Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson ordered the breakup of Microsoft.
June 30, 2000: U.S. Congress enacted the Electronic Signatures in Global and National Commerce Act (ESIGN) to give the same legal validity to an electronic signature as a signature in pen and ink.
June 27, 2005: A track from a three-toed Cretaceous-period dinosaur was discovered in Alaska's Denali National Park. The track was roughly 70 million years old.
June 1, 2008: The Phoenix Mars Lander became the first NASA spacecraft to scoop Martian soil.