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02-01 Space shuttle and crew lost Texas
2. 02-02 Sensors: rising temperatures on Columbia Texas
3. 02-03 Nasa extends shuttle search Texas
E. 02-07 Bush to raise terrorism threat level Washington
F. 02-12 CIA: North Korea missile could reach U.S. North Korea
6. 02-17 Snow blankets U.S. East Coast Baltimore
H. 02-19 15 years for 9/11 conspirator Germany
I. 02-20 U.S. troops may fight in Philippines Southern Philippines
9. 02-20 96 killed in nightclub inferno Rhode Island, New England

Summary.     Click for More > Sensors: rising temperatures on Columbia Nasa extends shuttle search Bush to raise terrorism threat level CIA: North Korea missile could reach U.S. Snow blankets U.S. East Coast  A deadly winter storm dumped up to 3 feet of snow edging Baltimore toward a record snowfall Club stampede kills at least 21 15 years for 9/11 conspirator  A court has jailed Mounir Motassadeq, a 28-year-old Moroccan man, for aiding the suicide hijackers Turkey demands pledges in writing U.S. troops may fight in Philippines FBI charges professor with terrorism 96 killed in nightclub inferno Map of Rhode Island USA  Band's pyrotechnics display igniting soundproofing material. Fire engulfed the wooden structure in 3 minutes Blast hits oil plant Death toll rises to 65 in club inferno Nightclub fire: Death toll at 95 Mid-March targeted for U.N. vote FARC rebels 'hold Americans' U.N. resolution will be 'clear and simple' U.S., U.K., Spain introduce new resolution  Resolution designed to clear the way for military action against Iraq on the grounds that it has failed to disarm Missing US men 'prisoners of war' Powell: Missile test 'no surprise' Bush: Democratic Iraq could be 'example' U.S. revises Philippines combat role
  Space shuttle and crew lost
Feb.1   Texas
  Columbia broke up as it descended toward a planned landing, showering debris across southeastern Texas.    Those killed on the flight were commander Rick D. Husband; pilot William C. McCool; payload commander Michael P. Anderson; mission specialists David M. Brown, ...
Feb.2   Texas
Feb.3   Texas
Feb.7   Washington
Feb.12   North Korea
Feb.17   Baltimore
  Chicago
Feb.19   Germany
Feb.20   Turkey
  Southern Philippines
  Florida
  New England
Feb.21   New York
  New England
  New England
  Washington
Feb.22   Colombia
  Washington
Feb.24   UN
  Colombia
Feb.25   South Korea
Feb.26   Washington
Feb.28   Philippines



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North America
Space shuttle and crew lost
NASA mourns, seeks answers
Remains found among shuttle debris
Sensors: rising temperatures on Columbia
Clues sought for shuttle disaster
NASA probe progressing, assessing data
Nasa extends shuttle search
NASA memo warned of tile damage
NASA: puncture may be to blame
Snow blankets U.S. East Coast
96 killed in nightclub inferno
Death toll rises to 65 in club inferno
Blast hits oil plant
Powell will offer no 'smoking gun' on Iraq
Powell to Iraq: 'Prove it'
Bush: 'Defining moment' for Sec. Council
Annan: U.S. should seek consensus
Bush 'disappointed' by NATO stalemate
U.S. to broker N. Korea's deal
Huge crowds of anti-war demonstrators
US warns UN against Iraq delay
Mid-March targeted for U.N. vote
U.N. resolution will be 'clear and simple'
U.S., U.K., Spain introduce new resolution
Aircraft move sends signal to N. Korea
Bush to Iraq: 'The game is over'
White House dismisses inspectors' optimism
U.S. attacks NATO war plan veto
Huge crowds of anti-war demonstrators
Rock legend Spector charged with murder
Bush to raise terrorism threat level
Tenet: messages followed by attacks
FBI charges professor with terrorism
Space shuttle and crew lost
NASA mourns, seeks answers
Remains found among shuttle debris
Sensors: rising temperatures on Columbia
Clues sought for shuttle disaster
NASA probe progressing, assessing data
Nasa extends shuttle search
NASA memo warned of tile damage
Video captured shuttle breakup
NASA: puncture may be to blame
Washington
Video captured shuttle breakup
Powell will offer no 'smoking gun' on Iraq
Bush: 'Defining moment' for Sec. Council
Bush 'disappointed' by NATO stalemate
U.S. to broker N. Korea's deal
US warns UN against Iraq delay
Mid-March targeted for U.N. vote
Aircraft move sends signal to N. Korea
Bush to Iraq: 'The game is over'
White House dismisses inspectors' optimism
U.S. attacks NATO war plan veto
Bush to raise terrorism threat level
Tenet: messages followed by attacks
Video captured shuttle breakup
Texas
Space shuttle and crew lost
NASA mourns, seeks answers
Remains found among shuttle debris
Sensors: rising temperatures on Columbia
Clues sought for shuttle disaster
Nasa extends shuttle search
NASA remembers 'Columbia seven'
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Space shuttle and crew lost
NASA mourns, seeks answers
Remains found among shuttle debris
Sensors: rising temperatures on Columbia
Clues sought for shuttle disaster
Nasa extends shuttle search
East Asia Your ad is here
Powell: Missile test 'no surprise'
U.S. Navy settles over Ehime Maru
CIA: North Korea missile could reach U.S.
U.S. troops may fight in Philippines
U.S. revises Philippines combat role
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Rumsfeld warns Iraq against attacks
U.S., Russia push peaceful Korea solution
Turkey demands pledges in writing
Rumsfeld warns Iraq against attacks
15 years for 9/11 conspirator
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New York
Blast hits oil plant
Powell to Iraq: 'Prove it'
Huge crowds of anti-war demonstrators
Huge crowds of anti-war demonstrators
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New England
96 killed in nightclub inferno
Death toll rises to 65 in club inferno
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Powell: Missile test 'no surprise'
N. Korea hits out at U.S. military moves
CIA: North Korea missile could reach U.S.
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Feb.1  Japan  U.S. Navy settles over Ehime Maru
  Texas  
  Columbia broke up as it descended toward a planned landing, showering debris across southeastern Texas
 Those killed on the flight were commander Rick D. Husband; pilot William C. McCool; payload commander Michael P. Anderson; mission specialists David M. Brown, Kalpana Chawla and Laurel Clark; and Israel's astronaut, Ilan Ramon. The loss was caused by damage sustained during launch when a piece of insulation broke off
  Texas NASA mourns, seeks answers
  Texas Remains found among shuttle debris Feb.2   Texas Clues sought for shuttle disaster   Texas     Sensors: rising temperatures on Columbia  In the final minutes something occurred on the craft's left side, significant enough to make the space craft roll to the right  Florida  West beats East in All-Star game   Texas NASA probe progressing, assessing data Feb.3   Washington Powell will offer no 'smoking gun' on Iraq  Los Angeles  Rock legend Spector charged with murder  Washington  Aircraft move sends signal to N. Korea   Texas     Nasa extends shuttle search  Experts have extended their search for debris and crew remains across the western United States Feb.4   Texas NASA memo warned of tile damage  North Korea  N. Korea hits out at U.S. military moves   New York Powell to Iraq: 'Prove it'  New York  World Trade Center finalists chosen  Texas  NASA remembers 'Columbia seven' Feb.5  Washington  Video captured shuttle breakup  USA  Iraq could be pretense for terror attack Feb.6  Turkey  Turkey to let U.S. upgrade bases  Switzerland  Miller grabs men's combined world title   Washington Bush to Iraq: 'The game is over' Feb.7   Washington   Bush to raise terrorism threat level  President will raise the national terrorism threat level from an elevated risk of terrorist attacks to a high risk   Italy Rumsfeld warns Iraq against attacks   Washington Bush: 'Defining moment' for Sec. Council   New York Computer Holds Kasparov to Match Tie Feb.8  Washington  U.S. warns of soft targets attack   UN Annan: U.S. should seek consensus Feb.9  Texas  Shuttle recovery teams redeployed   Washington White House dismisses inspectors' optimism  US Georgia  West wins first double-OT All-Star Game Feb.10   Washington U.S. attacks NATO war plan veto  North Korea  U.S. warns of N. Korea missile tests   Washington Bush 'disappointed' by NATO stalemate  Detroit  Hull becomes sixth player with 700 goals Feb.11  San Francisco Bay Area  Niners name Erickson head coach  France  Yahoo boss cleared over Nazi sales Feb.12   CIA Tenet: messages followed by attacks   North Korea     CIA: North Korea missile could reach U.S.  CIA Director George Tenet: North Korea has an untested ballistic missile capable of hitting the United States Feb.13  U.S. Senate  Enron 'bribed tax officials'  Washington  NASA email warned of disaster   Washington U.S. to broker N. Korea's deal   Texas NASA: puncture may be to blame Feb.14  Washington  Navy group chief sacked  Washington  U.S.: Tape 'almost certainly' bin Laden  California  Hearst gangsters sentenced Feb.15   Manhattan Huge crowds of anti-war demonstrators   Moscow U.S., Russia push peaceful Korea solution Feb.16   Washington US warns UN against Iraq delay  U.S. Congress  McCain urges China role on N. Korea  San Francisco Bay Area  San Francisco ends world peace rallies Feb.17   Baltimore   Snow blankets U.S. East Coast
  A deadly winter storm dumped up to 3 feet of snow edging Baltimore toward a record snowfall
  Chicago   Club stampede kills at least 21  Hundreds of panicked nightclub patrons rushed to escape after a disturbance. 19 critically injured  USA  Million of credit cards hacked into Feb.18  Turkey  Turkey: Don't assume Iraq support  Washington  US draws up new Iraq resolution  New York  Northeast begins digging out Feb.19   Germany   15 years for 9/11 conspirator
  A court has jailed Mounir Motassadeq, a 28-year-old Moroccan man, for aiding the suicide hijackers
 Washington  Rumsfeld: War 'not inevitable' Feb.20   Turkey     Turkey demands pledges in writing  Washington had made its final offer of economic aid in exchange for securing access to Turkish bases   Southern Philippines   U.S. troops may fight in Philippines  Some 350 special operations troops will take part in a mission to 'disrupt and defeat' the Abu Sayyaf rebels   Florida     FBI charges professor with terrorism  University of South Florida professor Sami Al-Arian said to be a top leader of Palestinian Islamic Jihad   New England   96 killed in nightclub inferno Map of Rhode Island USA
  Band's pyrotechnics display igniting soundproofing material. Fire engulfed the wooden structure in 3 minutes
Feb.21   New York   Blast hits oil plant Map of Staten Island New York  A massive explosion has struck an Exxon Mobil facility on Staten Island. The blast started a huge fire   New England   Death toll rises to 65 in club inferno  Search for bodies continuing. 160 people injured. Fire was breaking out during a pyrotechnics display at a rock concert   New England   Nightclub fire: Death toll at 95  Only a handful of the bodies have been identified. 25 people in critical condition   Washington   Mid-March targeted for U.N. vote  The Bush administration hopes that the Security Council will vote on a second resolution on Iraqi disarmament  New England  At least 96 killed in nightclub inferno Feb.22   Colombia     FARC rebels 'hold Americans'  Left-wing group has said that it is holding three US citizens who vanished when their plane crash-landed   Washington     U.N. resolution will be 'clear and simple'  President Bush said resolution should address just one question: Is Saddam Hussein complying with a November resolution  Mexico  Mexico refuses to bend to U.S. on Iraq  USA  Tyson win over Etienne after 49 seconds  Colombia  U.S. adds to military presence Feb.23  Turkey  U.S. presses Turkey on war deal Feb.24  San Francisco Bay Area  Aids vaccine only limited success   UN   U.S., U.K., Spain introduce new resolution
  Resolution designed to clear the way for military action against Iraq on the grounds that it has failed to disarm
  Colombia     Missing US men 'prisoners of war'  Left-wing rebels of FARC say hostages will only be freed in return for the release of several fellow militants Feb.25   South Korea     Powell: Missile test 'no surprise'  U.S. Secretary of State was in South Korea for the swearing in of President Roh Moo-hyun  Washington  Rumsfeld: Iraq military may still be potent  Texas  NASA: debris part of shuttle wing Feb.26   Washington     Bush: Democratic Iraq could be 'example'  Creating a 'free and peaceful' country will be a difficult task requiring a 'sustained commitment'   New York New WTC plan is chosen
  Texas Engineers warned of shuttle wing burning  New England  Suspicious blaze kills 10 at nursing home Feb.27   Microsoft Bill Gates again richest man in world Feb.28   Washington Poll: Bush re-election support below 50%   House of Representatives NASA chief blasted over shuttle memos   Philippines     U.S. revises Philippines combat role  The Pentagon has not yet made a final decision on allowing troops to join a combat offensive against Muslim rebels   Washington 3 Chechen groups on terrorist list