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B. 09-01 Gustav slams into Gulf Coast New Orleans
C. 09-01 Google unveils free browser Chrome San Francisco Bay Area
D. 09-01 Gustav evacuees urged to stay away New Orleans
E. 09-03 U.S. troops attack in Pakistan South Waziristan, Tribal Areas
5. 09-03 Palin makes convention debut Minnesota
6. 09-04 Cheney: Georgia will be in our alliance Georgia
7. 09-04 McCain vows to shake up Washington St Paul, Minnesota
8. 09-05 Rice meets with Libya leader Libya
09-07 US takes over key mortgage firms Washington

Summary.     Click for More > World markets continue to slide  In the first hour of trading on Wall Street, the Dow was down 41.85, or 0.38%, to 10,875.66. It fell as much as 175 in the opening minutes Barclays agrees $1.75B Lehman deal Turmoil sends US stocks tumbling   Bush hails financial rescue plan  President George W Bush : The US is set to take 'unprecedented measures' to tackle the crisis gripping US financial markets US banks make shock status switch Pakistan troops 'repel US raid' Shares slide amid bail-out fears Bailout talks implode McCain and Obama spar in first debate Paul Newman dies at 83 Dow closed down 777 points $700 billion bailout package failed
U.S. troops attack in Pakistan Palin makes convention debut McCain vows to shake up Washington Rice meets with Libya leader US takes over key mortgage firms  US financial officials have outlined plans for the government to take over Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, the largest bail-outs in US history Federer beats Murray for 5th U.S. Open Bush reshuffles war-zone troops Venezuela to expel U.S. ambassador 24 killed, 135 injured in train collision  Rescue workers combed their way through the mangled wreckage of a train looking for survivors; a commuter train collided with a freight trai... Hurricane Ike pounds Texas coast Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
Sep.3   Tribal Areas
  Minnesota
Sep.4   Minnesota
Sep.5   Libya
Sep.7   Washington
Sep.8   New York
Sep.9   Washington
Sep.11   Venezuela
Sep.12   Los Angeles
Sep.13   Houston
Sep.14   New York
  The 4th-largest investment bank in the US will file for bankruptcy protection, amid a growing global financial crisis.    The move dealed a further blow to the global financial system. It was a primary dealer in t...
Sep.16   New York
Sep.17   United Kingdom
  New York
Sep.19   Washington
Sep.21   New York
Sep.22   West Pakistan
  Global
Sep.26   Washington
  Southern U.S.
Sep.27   Connecticut
Sep.29   New York
  House of Representatives



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North America
Google unveils free browser Chrome
US takes over key mortgage firms
Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
World markets continue to slide
US government rescues insurer AIG
Turmoil sends US stocks tumbling
Bush hails financial rescue plan
US banks make shock status switch
Bush: Bail-out 'vital to easing crisis'
US rivals in economy crisis talks
Bailout talks implode
Dow closed down 777 points
$700 billion bailout package failed
Bush backs McCain for president
Palin makes convention debut
McCain vows to shake up Washington
Bush hails financial rescue plan
Bush: Bail-out 'vital to easing crisis'
US rivals in economy crisis talks
McCain and Obama spar in first debate
Bailout talks implode
US lawmakers publish rescue deal
$700 billion bailout package failed
Gustav slams into Gulf Coast
Gustav evacuees urged to stay away
Trio of storms stirs up Atlantic
Mayor fears city too weary to flee Ike
24 killed, 135 injured in train collision
Texas officials: Too late to flee Ike
Sea floods island
Hurricane Ike pounds Texas coast
Rescuers search storm-hit Texas
Bush reshuffles war-zone troops
Soldier's family in dark about son's death
Serena, Jankovic advance to final
Federer sweeps past lackluster Djokovic
Serena Williams wins U.S. Open
Murray stuns No. 1 Nadal
Federer beats Murray for 5th U.S. Open
US takes over key mortgage firms
Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
Barclays quits Lehman sale talks
Bush hails financial rescue plan
US banks make shock status switch
Bush: Bail-out 'vital to easing crisis'
Bailout talks implode
US lawmakers publish rescue deal
$700 billion bailout package failed
New York
Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
World markets continue to slide
Turmoil sends US stocks tumbling
US banks make shock status switch
Dow closed down 777 points
US marks seventh 9/11 anniversary
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Serena, Jankovic advance to final
Federer sweeps past lackluster Djokovic
Serena Williams wins U.S. Open
Federer beats Murray for 5th U.S. Open
Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
Barclays quits Lehman sale talks
US banks make shock status switch
Washington
US takes over key mortgage firms
US government rescues insurer AIG
Bush hails financial rescue plan
Bush: Bail-out 'vital to easing crisis'
US rivals in economy crisis talks
$700 billion bailout package failed
Bush hails financial rescue plan
Bush: Bail-out 'vital to easing crisis'
US rivals in economy crisis talks
Bailout talks implode
$700 billion bailout package failed
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Bush reshuffles war-zone troops
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US takes over key mortgage firms
Bush hails financial rescue plan
Bush: Bail-out 'vital to easing crisis'
Bailout talks implode
$700 billion bailout package failed
Southern U.S. Your ad is here
McCain and Obama spar in first debate
Gustav slams into Gulf Coast
Gustav evacuees urged to stay away
Trio of storms stirs up Atlantic
Soldier's family in dark about son's death
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Texas
Fuel shortage fear after storm
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Texas officials: Too late to flee Ike
Sea floods island
Hurricane Ike pounds Texas coast
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Serena, Jankovic advance to final
Federer sweeps past lackluster Djokovic
Serena Williams wins U.S. Open
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Rice meets with Libya leader
Gates arrives to oversee command change
7 U.S. soldiers die in copter crash
Gates arrives to oversee command change
7 U.S. soldiers die in copter crash
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U.S. troops attack in Pakistan
Pakistan orders end to foreign incursions
Pakistan troops 'repel US raid'
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Texas officials: Too late to flee Ike
Hurricane Ike pounds Texas coast
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Europe
Barclays agrees $1.75B Lehman deal
Cheney: Georgia will be in our alliance
U.S. risks Russia row with Ukraine backing
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Barclays agrees $1.75B Lehman deal
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Gates arrives to oversee command change
U.S. death sparks embassy pullout
7 U.S. soldiers die in copter crash
Gates arrives to oversee command change
7 U.S. soldiers die in copter crash
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U.S. troops attack in Pakistan
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Gustav slams into Gulf Coast Google unveils free browser Chrome Gustav evacuees urged to stay away U.S. troops attack in Pakistan Map of South Waziristan Pakistan  A senior U.S. official: U.S. military forces landed at a compound to battle targets linked to recent attacks on U.S. troops in Afghanistan   Palin makes convention debut  John McCain's running mate has walked on stage to a rapturous reception to deliver a key speech at the Republican convention Cheney: Georgia will be in our alliance   McCain vows to shake up Washington   John McCain said he's prepared to reach across the aisle to get the country 'back on the road to prosperity and peace'   Rice meets with Libya leader  Secretary of State met with Moammar Gadhafi, who asked for the latest news on the hurricanes plaguing U.S. coasts in recent weeks US takes over key mortgage firms


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Sep.1   New Orleans
 Western Iraq  Iraqi troops take control of key province
 Alaska  Palin's teenage daughter pregnant
  San Francisco Bay Area
  New Orleans
Sep.2  Florida  Trio of storms stirs up Atlantic
 Washington  Rice to make historic Libya visit
 Minnesota  Bush backs McCain for president
 New Orleans  New Orleans ready for mass return
Sep.3   Tribal Areas  
  Minnesota  
 New York  Safina powers through to U.S. Open semis
Sep.4   Georgia
 Minnesota  Palin takes battle to Democrats
 Washington  Lobbyist Abramoff jailed for corruption
 Pakistan  Pakistan, Afghanistan deplore U.S. attack
  Minnesota  
 Washington  U.S. military: No troop cuts this year
Sep.5  Ukraine  U.S. risks Russia row with Ukraine backing
 Libya  Rice making historic Libya visit
 USA  US jobless rate near 5-year high
 New York  Djokovic exacts revenge on Roddick
  Libya  
 New York  Serena, Jankovic advance to final
 Washington  U.S. may pull nuclear deal to punish Russia
 Washington  Bush considering 8,000 troop cuts in Iraq
Sep.6  New York  Federer sweeps past lackluster Djokovic
Sep.7   Washington  
  US financial officials have outlined plans for the government to take over Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, the largest bail-outs in US history
 New York  Murray stuns No. 1 Nadal  Afghanistan  General wants review of civilian killings   New York Serena Williams wins U.S. Open Sep.8   New York     Federer beats Murray for 5th U.S. Open  Roger Federer easily beat Andy Murray 6-2, 7-5, 6-2 to win his fifth consecutive U.S. Open and 13th Grand Slam title  New Orleans  Mayor fears city too weary to flee Ike Sep.9   Washington     Bush reshuffles war-zone troops  US President has ordered the withdrawal of about 8,000 troops from Iraq by February and the dispatch of additional forces to Afghanistan  Global  Obama win preferred in world poll Sep.10  Obama  Obama rejects 'lipstick' charge  USA  Lehman shake-up as losses mount  Texas  Texans flee as Hurricane Ike approaches   Pakistan Pakistan orders end to foreign incursions  Afghanistan  US to focus on Pakistani border  Washington  US oil officials in sex scandal Sep.11  Manhattan  US marks seventh 9/11 anniversary   Venezuela   Venezuela to expel U.S. ambassador  President Hugo Chavez said he is recalling his own ambassador from Washington and expelling the U.S. ambassador from Venezuela  USA  Palin makes TV interview debut  Washington  Washington expels Bolivian envoy Sep.12  Texas  Sea floods island  Washington  US sanctions Venezuela officials   Houston Texas officials: Too late to flee Ike   Los Angeles   24 killed, 135 injured in train collision
  Rescue workers combed their way through the mangled wreckage of a train looking for survivors; a commuter train collided with a freight train.    Human error led to fatal train collision. The Metrolink train, packed with about 220 commuters, co...
Sep.13   Houston   Hurricane Ike pounds Texas coast Map of Houston USA  As Galveston's west end was deluged, Houston officials warned residents to stay put because it was no longer safe to try to escape  Texas  Bush declares Texas disaster zone   Texas Rescuers search storm-hit Texas Sep.14   New York Barclays quits Lehman sale talks   Texas Fuel shortage fear after storm  USA  Record donations month for Obama   New York   Lehman Bros files for bankruptcy
  The 4th-largest investment bank in the US will file for bankruptcy protection, amid a growing global financial crisis
 The move dealed a further blow to the global financial system. It was a primary dealer in the U.S. Treasury securities market. The filing marked the largest bankruptcy in U.S. history
Sep.15  Texas  Ike blamed for 27 deaths   Baghdad Gates arrives to oversee command change
 Nevada  OJ Simpson robbery trial begins  Zimbabwe  US and EU keep Zimbabwe sanctions Sep.16   New York   World markets continue to slide
  In the first hour of trading on Wall Street, the Dow was down 41.85, or 0.38%, to 10,875.66. It fell as much as 175 in the opening minutes.    UK's FTSE 100 shedding 3.2%. Central banks around the globe have pumped funds into the markets, including $5...
 Baghdad  Odierno warning on Iraq security  Pakistan  Pakistan orders troops to repel U.S. raids   Washington US government rescues insurer AIG
Sep.17   United Kingdom   Barclays agrees $1.75B Lehman deal  British bank Barclays said it had reached a deal to purchase key units of U.S. investment bank, as global markets continued to worry   New York Investors edgy as US stocks fall  Kabul  U.S. apologizes for Afghan civilian deaths   New York   Turmoil sends US stocks tumbling   US stocks have plunged to a 3-year low amid continuing financial volatility and despite the bailout of the insurance giant AIG   Southern Iraq 7 U.S. soldiers die in copter crash Sep.18   Yemen U.S. death sparks embassy pullout   Washington US pledges financial rescue plan   Florida Soldier's family in dark about son's death  Yemen  U.S. student, husband dead in attack  Washington  Rice criticises 'isolated' Russia Sep.19   Washington Bush to meet Pakistani president   Washington     Bush hails financial rescue plan
  President George W Bush : The US is set to take 'unprecedented measures' to tackle the crisis gripping US financial markets
 Washington  Pentagon reviewing Afghanistan strategy Sep.20  House of Representatives  Crisis talks over 'toxic debt' rescue plan  Kentucky  Europe fight back to trim U.S. lead Sep.21  Washington  Paulson wants a speedy debt deal   New York   US banks make shock status switch  Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley are to become bank holding companies, allowing them to take deposits from investors  Kentucky  Inspired U.S. win back Ryder Cup  New York  Yankee Stadium hosts final game Sep.22   West Pakistan   Pakistan troops 'repel US raid'  Pakistani troops have fired warning shots at two US helicopters forcing them back into Afghanistan  Japan  Morgan Stanley sells stake to Mitsubishi   Global   Shares slide amid bail-out fears  Shares in Asia opened lower, following a sharp slide in the US, amid uncertainty about the impact of the massive US financial bail-out plan  Washington  No cut in Iraq troop levels expected  USA  Mars rover facing two-year trek Sep.23  U.S. Congress  Paulson eyes rescue plan backing   U.S. Senate Congress cool after bail-out plea Sep.24  Pakistan  Pakistan finds 'U.S. drone wreckage'  Washington  Bernanke demands bail-out action   Washington Bush: Bail-out 'vital to easing crisis'  Kazakhstan  Armstrong to join Astana  Washington  N Korea warned over nuclear move  New York  Zardari tells Palin she's 'gorgeous' Sep.25   Washington US rivals in economy crisis talks   Washington Wall St rescue plan 'needs work'  Venezuela  Russia shows off military for U.S.  West Pakistan  Shots fired in US-Pakistan clash Sep.26   Washington     Bailout talks implode   High-stakes negotiations over the $700 billion bailout of the financial system dissolved into bickering, begging and a battle between parties  Washington  U.S. envoy urges better coordination   Southern U.S.     McCain and Obama spar in first debate Map of Oxford Mississippi USA  Presidential rivals have attacked each other over foreign policy and the economy, in their first debate Sep.27   Connecticut   Paul Newman dies at 83 Map of Westport Connecticut  The legendary actor whose steely blue eyes, good-humored charm made him one of the most renowned figures in arts, has died of cancer  U.S. Congress  US edges closer to bail-out deal  USA  Poll: Round 1 in debates goes to Obama   U.S. Congress 'Great progress' in US bail-out Sep.28   Washington Obama and McCain back bail-out package  House of Representatives  Buffett: Bail out or face meltdown  New England  Hurricane Kyle strengthens   U.S. Congress US lawmakers publish rescue deal Sep.29   House of Representatives Wall Street bail-out goes to vote   New York   Dow closed down 777 points  The stock market immediately dipped after it became apparent that the $700 billion bailout package would fail   House of Representatives     $700 billion bailout package failed  Democrats and Republicans immediately blamed each other for the failure of the bailout package in the House Sep.30   Washington Bush warning over bail-out delay  New York  U.S. stocks rebound after bailout failure  West Pakistan  Several killed in US drone attack  North Korea  US envoy in crucial N Korea trip