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1. 12-06 Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned White House, Washington
C. 12-09 United flies into bankruptcy New York
12-15 Gore will not run for president in 2004 Washington
E. 12-17 Bush gives go-ahead to missile defence Washington
5. 12-19 Powell: Declaration 'fails totally' Washington
6. 12-20 Lott stepping down as majority leader U.S. Senate
H. 12-23 U.S. drone shot down Southern Iraq
I. 12-24 Pregnant woman missing California

Summary.     Click for More > US rules out strike on N Korea 3 U.S. aid workers killed  A suspected Islamic extremist shot dead 3 humanitarian workers and wounded a fourth at a missionary hospital US seeks justice over murders 3rd consecutive year of stock losses  World markets are making the current share price slump one of the longest on record
Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned United flies into bankruptcy U.S. lets Scud ship sail to Yemen Gore will not run for president in 2004  Former US Vice President only last month re-iterated that he was the true winner of the 2000 presidential race Powell: Iraq declaration has 'problems' Bush gives go-ahead to missile defence Officials: Bush to declare Iraq in violation Powell: Declaration 'fails totally' Bush to speak on Iraq 'violation' Lott stepping down as majority leader  Wounded by the controversy over his racially divisive comments, Lott stepping down as Senate Republican leader US moves towards war footing Bush: 'A disappointing day' for peace US agrees to share Iraq intelligence US calls for tougher Iraq inspections US rebuffs Iraq's CIA invitation U.S. drone shot down Pregnant woman missing Emotional reunion for freed dissident Cloned baby birth claim
Dec.6   Washington
Dec.9   New York
Dec.11   Yemen
Dec.15   Washington
Dec.16   Washington
Dec.17   Washington
Dec.18   Washington
Dec.19   Washington
  Washington
Dec.20   U.S. Senate
  Iraq
  Washington
  Washington
Dec.21   USA
Dec.22   Washington
Dec.23   Southern Iraq
Dec.24   California
  Chicago
Dec.27   Florida
  Clonaid, company linked to a philosophical sect, says that it has produced the world's first cloned human baby
Dec.29   Washington
Dec.30   Yemen
  Yemen
Dec.31   New York



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Location Politics War & Army Business Crime & Justice
North America
Bush meets leaders of Kenya, Ethiopia
Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned
Catholics face financial crisis
Bush taps Snow for Treasury
U.S. upbeat after China military talks
Cardinal Law quits over sex scandal
U.S.: Iraq report 'far short' of complete
Gore will not run for president in 2004
Powell: Iraq declaration has 'problems'
Officials: Bush to declare Iraq in violation
Powell: Declaration 'fails totally'
Lott stepping down as majority leader
US rebuffs Iraq's CIA invitation
Emotional reunion for freed dissident
U.S. upbeat after China military talks
U.S. warns it has nuke option
Smallpox vaccinations for military ordered
U.S.: Iran working on nuclear weapons
Clinton planned to attack N. Korea reactor
Bush gives go-ahead to missile defence
Bush to speak on Iraq 'violation'
Bush: 'A disappointing day' for peace
US agrees to share Iraq intelligence
US rules out strike on N Korea
Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned
Catholics face financial crisis
United flies into bankruptcy
Bush taps Snow for Treasury
eBay hit by credit card scam
Mideast aid plan aims to bridge gap
3rd consecutive year of stock losses
Bush: Al Qaeda linked to Kenya attacks
eBay hit by credit card scam
FBI: 9/11 hijackers may have used spray
Washington
Bush meets leaders of Kenya, Ethiopia
Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned
Bush taps Snow for Treasury
U.S. upbeat after China military talks
U.S.: Iraq report 'far short' of complete
Gore will not run for president in 2004
Powell: Iraq declaration has 'problems'
Officials: Bush to declare Iraq in violation
Powell: Declaration 'fails totally'
Lott stepping down as majority leader
US rebuffs Iraq's CIA invitation
U.S. upbeat after China military talks
U.S. warns it has nuke option
Smallpox vaccinations for military ordered
U.S.: Iran working on nuclear weapons
Bush gives go-ahead to missile defence
Bush to speak on Iraq 'violation'
Bush: 'A disappointing day' for peace
US agrees to share Iraq intelligence
US rules out strike on N Korea
Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned
Bush taps Snow for Treasury
Mideast aid plan aims to bridge gap
Bush: Al Qaeda linked to Kenya attacks
East Asia
U.S. courts Asia on Iraq
North Korea attacks U.S. 'piracy'
Paper: 'Burning hatred' for U.S.
Sub skipper on Japan apology trip
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Iraq
Iraq accuses U.S. of 'blackmail'
Iraqi jet tried to trap U.S. jets
US moves towards war footing
U.S. drone shot down
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California
Catholics face financial crisis
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Catholics face financial crisis
eBay hit by credit card scam
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Yemen Your ad is here
U.S. lets Scud ship sail to Yemen
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3 U.S. aid workers killed
US seeks justice over murders
New York Your ad is here Your ad is here
United flies into bankruptcy
3rd consecutive year of stock losses
FBI: 9/11 hijackers may have used spray

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Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned   Both men were asked to resign by the White House, continuing the house cleaning of the Bush's economic team United flies into bankruptcy  United Airlines filed for the largest bankruptcy in airline history, succumbing to continued losses and debt payments Nobel winner Carter's Iraq warning U.S. warns it has nuke option U.S. lets Scud ship sail to Yemen  U.S. officials allowed a freighter to proceed after the Yemeni government said it purchased the missiles from North Korea Smallpox vaccinations for military ordered Cardinal Law quits over sex scandal U.S.: Iraq report 'far short' of complete Paper: 'Burning hatred' for U.S. US calls up 27,000 reserve troops Sub skipper on Japan apology trip Gore will not run for president in 2004


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Dec.4  Washington  Bush: Al Qaeda linked to Kenya attacks
Dec.5  USA  United Airlines faces bankruptcy
 Washington  Bush meets leaders of Kenya, Ethiopia
Dec.6   Washington  
Dec.8  California  Catholics face financial crisis
 Japan  U.S. courts Asia on Iraq
Dec.9   New York  
 Washington  Bush taps Snow for Treasury
 Qatar  U.S. kicks off war games
 Washington  U.S. upbeat after China military talks
Dec.10   Norway
 Qatar  U.S. irons out Gulf HQ blips
 Iraq  Iraq accuses U.S. of 'blackmail'
  Washington
Dec.11  San Francisco Bay Area  eBay hit by credit card scam
  Yemen  
  Washington
 New York  FBI: 9/11 hijackers may have used spray
Dec.12  Spain  U.S. apologises over Scud ship
 Sydney  U.S. envoy talks terror
 Washington  Mideast aid plan aims to bridge gap
Dec.13   Boston
  Washington
 North Korea  North Korea attacks U.S. 'piracy'
 Washington  Kim, Bush: N. Korea move 'unacceptable'
 Iraq  Iraqi jet tried to trap U.S. jets
 Washington  Kissinger quits as 9/11 inquiry chief
 Washington  U.S.: Iran working on nuclear weapons
Dec.14   North Korea
 Southern California  Palmer wins Heisman Trophy
  USA
Dec.15   Japan
  Washington  
  Former US Vice President only last month re-iterated that he was the true winner of the 2000 presidential race
  Washington Clinton planned to attack N. Korea reactor
Dec.16   Washington     Powell: Iraq declaration has 'problems'  Secretary of State say that 'there are problems' with declaration to the United Nations about weapons programs   Washington INS to register Saudi, Pakistani men Dec.17   Washington     Bush gives go-ahead to missile defence  President has ordered the United States military to begin deploying a national missile defence system by 2004   USA Spam suit wins $7m for AOL   U.S. Senate Lott denies racism   USA Conseco in third biggest bankruptcy Dec.18   Washington     Officials: Bush to declare Iraq in violation  President is poised to declare that Iraq has fallen far short of its requirement to provide a complete accounting   China China hits out at U.S. missile plans Dec.19   Los Angeles Philip Morris gets break in damage award   Washington     Powell: Declaration 'fails totally'  U.S. Secretary of State laid out the path for the United States as it continues to increase pressure on Iraq to disarm   Washington     Bush to speak on Iraq 'violation'  President is due to make his first public comments on Iraq's weapons declaration since America announced material breach Dec.20   U.S. Senate   Lott stepping down as majority leader
  Wounded by the controversy over his racially divisive comments, Lott stepping down as Senate Republican leader
  Iraq   US moves towards war footing  The United States is almost doubling the number of troops near Iraq. 50,000 troops next month to join the 60,000   Washington     Bush: 'A disappointing day' for peace  President said the Iraqi arms declaration 'was not encouraging' and that the U.S. 'will fulfill the terms' of the U.N. resolution   Washington   US agrees to share Iraq intelligence  The United States will share intelligence data about Iraq with UN weapons inspectors following a request from Hans Blix   Washington President Bush postpones trip to Africa Dec.21   U.S. Senate Frist has votes to succeed Lott   Washington Key Mideast peace plan agreed   South Africa Oprah responds to a 'higher calling'   USA     US calls for tougher Iraq inspections  Condoleezza Rice wanted the number of inspectors to be increased to 250 or 300 from a current total of just over 100 Dec.22  Northern Italy  American wins giant slalom   USA Whistleblowers are Persons of the Year   Washington     US rebuffs Iraq's CIA invitation   A White House official has dismissed as a stunt offer to admit CIA agents to assist United Nations arms inspectors  San Francisco Bay Area  Raiders wrap up AFC West Dec.23   Southern Iraq   U.S. drone shot down  The unmanned Predator was reported missing after being fired upon by Iraqi military aircraft, Gen. Myers said   USA Microsoft ordered to carry Java   U.S. Senate Frist elected Senate leader Dec.24   California   Pregnant woman missing  Police said that she was taken against her will. Scott Peterson, her husband, remains a suspect   Chicago   Emotional reunion for freed dissident  Chinese dissident Xu Wenli has arrived to a reunion with his daughter Dec.25   U. S. Midwest Freak snowstorm hits US Dec.26   Afghanistan CIA using 'stress and duress' interrogation   Washington 'Inaccuracies' in reports of interrogations Dec.27   Florida   Cloned baby birth claim
  Clonaid, company linked to a philosophical sect, says that it has produced the world's first cloned human baby
Dec.29   Washington   US rules out strike on N Korea  Powell has said US has no immediate plans to attack North Korea to force it to abandon its nuclear programme Dec.30   Yemen   3 U.S. aid workers killed
  A suspected Islamic extremist shot dead 3 humanitarian workers and wounded a fourth at a missionary hospital
  FBI FBI seeks 5 men in U.S. illegally   Yemen   US seeks justice over murders  US has promised to work closely with the authorities to investigate the murders of 3 American missionaries   Washington U.S. tracking ships linked to al Qaeda Dec.31   New York   3rd consecutive year of stock losses
  World markets are making the current share price slump one of the longest on record