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11-05 Congress falls to Republicans House of Representatives
C. 11-07 Gephardt won't seek new leadership term Washington
3. 11-13 Tape 'proves bin Laden is alive' Washington
4. 11-13 U.S. looks for 'signals' in bin Laden tape Washington
5. 11-14 US executes Pakistani killer Washington
G. 11-25 Ridge set to head Homeland Sec. Dept. White House, Washington
H. 11-27 Bush names Kissinger to head 9/11 probe Washington

Congress falls to Republicans
Judge approves Microsoft settlement  The sanctions will be binding for at least 5 years, District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly said   U.S. urges caution in Philippines  The State Department urged Americans in the Philippines to maintain a high level of security awareness U.S. kills Cole suspect

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Nov.2   Philippines  
Nov.4   Yemen  
  The United States killed 6 al Qaeda members with a Hellfire missile fired from an unmanned CIA drone at the car
Nov.5   House of Representatives  
  Republicans to hold onto control of the House, apparently win in 2 gubernatorial races and closer toward control of Senate
Nov.6   Washington   0.5% interest rate cut  The Federal Reserve has reduced rates to a 41-year low of 1.25%, a big cut from the previous 1.75% Nov.7   Washington   Gephardt won't seek new leadership term  2 Democrats are vying to fill the spot: Martin Frost of Texas and Minority Whip Nancy Pelosi of California Nov.10   Washington   Pentagon prepares for possible war  President Bush has not approved a final war plan, but several scenarios are being considered   Washington     Malvo says he fired gun  The teenager told investigators he pulled the trigger in some of the shootings Nov.13   Washington     Tape 'proves bin Laden is alive'  Experts have agreed that a voice praising recent attacks on Western targets is that of al-Qaeda leader   Washington   $5 million reward to crack terror funding  Treasury and State departments reward is for information leading to the disruption of any terrorism-financing operation   Washington     U.S. looks for 'signals' in bin Laden tape  Intelligence analysts are looking for possible signals in the audiotaped warning, Ashcroft said at a news conference   Washington     Bush warns N. Korea on fuel shipments  The administration is warning that unless N. Korea ends its nuclear weapons program the U.S. will not support future shipments Nov.14   Washington     US executes Pakistani killer
  Aimal Khan Kansi, 38, convicted of the murder of two CIA employees, has been executed by lethal injection
  Washington     Rumsfeld: No World War III in Iraq  Defense Secretary predicted a war with Iraq would not turn into World War III Nov.15   Washington     Al Qaeda 'plans spectacular hit'  The 'spectacular attacks' will cause 'mass casualties' and 'severe damage' to the economy Nov.25   Washington   Ridge set to head Homeland Sec. Dept. Map of White House USA
  A Vietnam War veteran served as Homeland Security Adviser to the White House for a year
Nov.27   Washington     Bush names Kissinger to head 9/11 probe
  President named former Secretary of State to lead an independent panel to investigate U.S. intelligence failures

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