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B. 02-01 Obama unveils 2011 budget plans Washington
2. 02-01 PM criticises US missionaries Haiti
02-04 U.S. missionaries charged with kidnapping Haiti
E. 02-06 Snowstorm paralyses DC and eastern US Washington
F. 02-07 Saints upset Colts in Super Bowl Miami
G. 02-11 Clinton was on 'frenetic pace' New York
H. 02-14 McChrystal regrets Afghan deaths Afghanistan
8. 02-18 Pilot air attack on US tax office Austin, Texas

Summary.     Click for More > Healthcare summit fails to reach accord Barak: Nuclear Iran threat beyond Israel Panic as Hawaii braces for tsunami
Obama unveils 2011 budget plans PM criticises US missionaries Obama to pressure China on trade   U.S. missionaries charged with kidnapping  Ten Americans detained while trying to take 33 Haitian children out of the country were charged with kidnapping children and criminal association North Korea 'to free US activist' US to probe Toyota Prius brake problems Snowstorm paralyses DC and eastern US Power plant blast 'causes mass casualties' Saints upset Colts in Super Bowl  New Orleans Saints won their first Super Bowl with a surprise 31-17 win over Indianapolis. Brees hit a record-equalling 32 passes for 288 ya... Jackson's doctor denies manslaughter 'Milkshake murder' woman wins appeal Clinton was on 'frenetic pace' McChrystal regrets Afghan deaths US to build two nuclear power stations Pilot air attack on US tax office   Joseph Andrew Stack crashed into an office block left a note expressing his anger at Internal Revenue Service Dalai Lama-Obama meeting angers China   Tiger Woods makes apology for infidelity   A tearful Tiger Woods has made a frank apology for cheating on his wife. He talking publicly for the first time since the scandal erupted Obama pushes to revive healthcare reform Electronics cited as Toyota problem Lawmakers grilled Toyota's president
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Feb.3   Washington
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Feb.6   Washington
Feb.7   Connecticut
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Feb.8   Los Angeles
Feb.10   Hong Kong
Feb.11   New York
Feb.14   Afghanistan
Feb.16   Washington
Feb.18   Texas
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Feb.19   Florida
Feb.22   Washington
Feb.23   U.S. Congress
Feb.24   House of Representatives
  Toyota's president, Akio Toyoda, acknowledged that the company had made mistakes and apologized for the recent lapses in quality control.    Toyoda apologises for faults behind t...
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Feb.26   Washington
Feb.27   Hawaii



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North America
Obama unveils 2011 budget plans
US military gay ban 'should go'
Obama to pressure China on trade
Obama to hold TV summit on healthcare
U.S. ready to offer Iran alternative
Clinton was on 'frenetic pace'
Obama pushes to revive healthcare reform
Lawmakers grilled Toyota's president
Healthcare summit fails to reach accord
Barak: Nuclear Iran threat beyond Israel
Saints upset Colts in Super Bowl
Crash gives Ohno silver
McMurray Wins Daytona 500
Golden girl Vonn triumphs
Lysacek upsets Plushenko in free skate
Tiger Woods makes apology for infidelity
USA stuns Canada in hockey
Bode Miller secures first Olympic gold
Obama to pressure China on trade
US to probe Toyota Prius brake problems
Google takes on Facebook and Twitter
Google: We won't pull out of China
US to build two nuclear power stations
Obama pushes to revive healthcare reform
Electronics cited as Toyota problem
Lawmakers grilled Toyota's president
Healthcare summit fails to reach accord
Jackson's doctor to be charged over death
Jackson's doctor denies manslaughter
University shooter 'killed brother'
New charges against arms dealer Bout
Pilot air attack on US tax office
Snowstorm paralyses DC and eastern US
Power plant blast 'causes mass casualties'
Records fall as snow batters East Coast
Remains of 2 found after plane crash
Body of stowaway falls from plane
US military gay ban 'should go'
New charges against arms dealer Bout
Washington
Obama unveils 2011 budget plans
US military gay ban 'should go'
Obama to pressure China on trade
Obama pushes to revive healthcare reform
Lawmakers grilled Toyota's president
Healthcare summit fails to reach accord
Barak: Nuclear Iran threat beyond Israel
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Obama to pressure China on trade
US to probe Toyota Prius brake problems
US to build two nuclear power stations
Obama pushes to revive healthcare reform
Electronics cited as Toyota problem
Lawmakers grilled Toyota's president
New charges against arms dealer Bout
Snowstorm paralyses DC and eastern US
Records fall as snow batters East Coast
US military gay ban 'should go'
New charges against arms dealer Bout
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Crash gives Ohno silver
Golden girl Vonn triumphs
Lysacek upsets Plushenko in free skate
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Saints upset Colts in Super Bowl
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Haiti
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Google takes on Facebook and Twitter
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Jackson's doctor to be charged over death
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North Korea 'to free US activist'
Dalai Lama-Obama meeting angers China
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U.S. Congress
US military gay ban 'should go'
Lawmakers grilled Toyota's president
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US military gay ban 'should go'
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McMurray Wins Daytona 500
Tiger Woods makes apology for infidelity
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University shooter 'killed brother'
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Google: We won't pull out of China
Jackson's doctor to be charged over death
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China warns Obama not to meet Dal. Lama
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  Obama unveils 2011 budget plans  US President has announced a $3.8tn budget plan, which includes increased spending for job creation, but cuts in other areas PM criticises US missionaries  Jean-Max Bellerive has criticised 10 US missionaries who were arrested as they tried to take 33 Haitian children out of the earthquake-hit country Concorde crash trial set to begin   Obama to pressure China on trade  President Obama says he will be much tougher with China to make sure it opens its markets to trade with the US   U.S. missionaries charged with kidnapping


February 2010 ... more > Top ^
Feb.1   Washington  
  Haiti  
  Paris
 Beijing  China warns Obama not to meet Dal. Lama
Feb.2  U.S. Senate  US military gay ban 'should go'
 Los Angeles  Jackson's doctor to be charged over death
Feb.3   Washington  
 Germany  U.S. military copter crashes in Germany
Feb.4   Haiti  
  Ten Americans detained while trying to take 33 Haitian children out of the country were charged with kidnapping children and criminal association
 Haitian officials said their cases would now be sent to an investigating judge who would decide how to proceed
  North Korea   North Korea 'to free US activist'  North Korea is to release Robert Park arrested and held since December for illegally entering the country   Washington   US to probe Toyota Prius brake problems  The Transportation Department has opened an investigation into brake problems in the 2010 Toyota Prius Feb.5  Haiti  Bill Clinton pledges better Haiti aid Feb.6   Washington   Snowstorm paralyses DC and eastern US  An 'extremely dangerous' storm has dumped large amounts of snow, killing at least two people and paralysing parts of the region Feb.7   Connecticut   Power plant blast 'causes mass casualties'   A huge explosion has rocked Kleen Energy plant. At least two people killed and many more injured  Washington  Obama to hold TV summit on healthcare   Miami   Saints upset Colts in Super Bowl
  New Orleans Saints won their first Super Bowl with a surprise 31-17 win over Indianapolis. Brees hit a record-equalling 32 passes for 288 yards.    Porter returned an interception from Colts quarterback Peyton Manning 74 yards. The Super Bowl wa...
 Iran  Iran cites CIA in radio arrests Feb.8   Los Angeles     Jackson's doctor denies manslaughter  Dr Conrad Murray has denied a charge of involuntary manslaughter over the singer's death Feb.9   San Francisco Bay Area Google takes on Facebook and Twitter  Washington  U.S. ready to offer Iran alternative  Helmand  U.S., Afghan troops prep for assault Feb.10   Hong Kong   'Milkshake murder' woman wins appeal  Nancy Kissel, an American was found guilty of killing her husband in a case that rocked Hong Kong's expatriate community   Washington Records fall as snow batters East Coast Feb.11   New York   Clinton was on 'frenetic pace'  Former President Bill Clinton's heart troubles come as he was embarking on a busy schedule, working on relief efforts for earthquake-ravaged Haiti Feb.12   Southern California Google: We won't pull out of China Feb.13   Alabama University shooter 'killed brother' Feb.14  Vancouver  Crash gives Ohno silver  Florida  McMurray Wins Daytona 500   Afghanistan     McChrystal regrets Afghan deaths   Twelve Afghan civilians were killed when two rockets fired by coalition forces missed their intended target, as the Taliban showed stiff resistance Feb.15   Microsoft Microsoft launches Windows 7 mobile Feb.16   Paris Landis accused of hacking in warrant   Washington   US to build two nuclear power stations   Obama has announced $8bn of federal loan to begin building in the state of Georgia the first US nuclear power stations for 30 years   Washington New US ambassador for Syria Feb.17  Vancouver  Golden girl Vonn triumphs   Washington New charges against arms dealer Bout   Haiti 8 jailed American missionaries leave Haiti   Washington New US investigation for Toyota Feb.18   Texas Remains of 2 found after plane crash   Miami Body of stowaway falls from plane   Texas   Pilot air attack on US tax office Map of Austin Texas
  Joseph Andrew Stack crashed into an office block left a note expressing his anger at Internal Revenue Service
  Beijing     Dalai Lama-Obama meeting angers China  Beijing: A visit by the Dalai Lama to Washington has 'seriously undermined' relations between the US and China   Washington State Final Canadian WWI veteran dies  Vancouver  Lysacek upsets Plushenko in free skate Feb.19   Florida     Tiger Woods makes apology for infidelity
  A tearful Tiger Woods has made a frank apology for cheating on his wife. He talking publicly for the first time since the scandal erupted
Feb.20   Baltimore Haig, former US secretary of state, dies
  Berlin Roman Polanski wins best director award Feb.21  Vancouver  Bode Miller secures first Olympic gold   Northern Iraq 2 U.S. pilots killed in helicopter accident   Vancouver USA stuns Canada in hockey   Florida Space shuttle Endeavour lands Feb.22   Washington     Obama pushes to revive healthcare reform  President Barack Obama has unveiled new plans to reform US healthcare and revive stalled legislation on the issue, aiming for bipartisan sup...   New York Man pleads guilty to subway bomb plot   Haiti Woman questioned over Haitian orphans Feb.23   U.S. Congress   Electronics cited as Toyota problem  Witnesses at the hearings testified that they believe they have found a possible additional cause of unintended acceleration in Toyotas   European Union Google in Brussels antitrust inquiry Feb.24   House of Representatives   Lawmakers grilled Toyota's president
  Toyota's president, Akio Toyoda, acknowledged that the company had made mistakes and apologized for the recent lapses in quality control
 Toyoda apologises for faults behind the recall of millions of its vehicles
  Florida Whale kills SeaWorld trainer during show Feb.25   U.S. Senate Travel Promotion Act approved   Washington     Healthcare summit fails to reach accord  A day-long televised summit hosted by President Barack Obama has ended without a deal to break the deadlock between parties   Microsoft Microsoft shuts down global spam network Feb.26   Washington     Barak: Nuclear Iran threat beyond Israel  Israeli Defense Minister Ehud Barak said that Iran's nuclear program poses a danger that extends beyond Israel  Tiger Woods  Tiger Woods loses Gatorade sponsorship  Vancouver  U.S. buried Finland, 6-1 Feb.27   Hawaii   Panic as Hawaii braces for tsunami  Sirens sounded early Saturday morning, warning people of a possible tsunami and telling people to in coastal areas to evacuate   Washington Obama adamant on health reform  Vancouver  U.S. guaranteed record Olympics haul Feb.28   USA AIG said to be near $35 billion Asia deal