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Yesterday     Obama commutes Chelsea Manning sentence
  President Barack Obama has commuted Chelsea Manning's sentence for leaking documents to Wikileaks in 2010
Thu.  Tearful Joe Biden awarded freedom medal by Obama Wed. Trump Organization handover plan slammed by ethics chief
Jan. 9 Trump son-in-law role needs review, Democrats say Jan. 6     US election hacking: Putin 'sought to help' Trump
  Russian President Vladimir Putin sought to help Donald Trump win the presidential election, a US intelligence unclassified report says
Jan. 4  Obama urges fellow Democrats to fight for Obamacare Jan. 3  New Republican Congress reverses ethics move after outcry

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December 2016 ... more > Top ^
Dec. 29     Obama expels 35 Russian diplomats in retaliation for hacking
  The administration announced its retaliation for Russian efforts to interfere with the US presidential election, ordering sweeping new sanctions
Dec. 28  John Kerry warns Israel over peace deal with Palestinians Dec. 19  Donald Trump wins electoral college vote Dec.15     Obama vows action against Russia over election hacks
  US President has vowed to take action against Russia for its alleged interference in the US presidential election campaign
Dec.9  Russia 'intervened to promote Trump' - US intelligence

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Nov.10 Donald Trump and Barack Obama meet at White House

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Oct.30 Clinton emails: FBI chief may have broken law
. U.S. Senate Oct.28  Clinton 'confident' on new FBI email probe

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Sep.26     Sparks fly in Clinton-Trump duel
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  New York: The two US presidential candidates have clashed over jobs, terrorism and race in a bitter television debate.    Republican Donald Trump accused his rival Hillary Clin...
Sep.11  Hillary Clinton diagnosed with pneumonia

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Jul.26  Hillary became first woman to be officially nominated

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Apr.19  Trump and Clinton victorious in NY

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Mar.6  Nancy Reagan death: President Obama leads tributes

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Feb.13 Antonin Scalia, conservative US Supreme Court justice, dies
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Jan.23 East coast struck by mammoth snowfall
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Dec.16   US Fed raises interest rates by 0.25%
  The US Federal Reserve has raised interest rates by 0.25 percentage points - its first increase since 2006

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Nov.6  US rejects Keystone XL pipeline from Canada

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Sep.24  Pope urges 'humane' US migrant response Sep.22  Pope Francis begins tour of the US

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Jun.26 US Supreme Court rules gay marriage is legal nationwide
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May.31  US surveillance powers expire as Senate deal fails May.28  Former Speaker Dennis Hastert indicted

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Apr.12 Hillary Clinton declares 2016 Democratic presidential bid
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Feb.6  US has 'no proof' of hostage death

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Jan.20  State of the Union: Obama demands spread of wealth

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Dec.17   US and Cuba seek to normalise ties
  US and Cuba are to start talks to normalise diplomatic ties in a historic shift in relations between the two countries, US officials say Nov.20 Obama offer to 5m illegal migrants


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Oct.16 Senate passes US budget deal
. U.S. Senate Oct.3  Chase and gunfire at US Capitol Sep.30   US begins shutdown amid budget row   The government has begun a partial shutdown after the House of Representatives refused to approve a budget for next year Sep.16 Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis killed 12 people Jun.26  Historic US rulings for gay marriage Jun.13  White House: Syria crosses 'red line' May.15  US tax chief resigns amid scandal Apr.25 US suspects Syria of chemical attack Jan.23  US to end ban on women in combat Jan.20 Obama sworn in as US president Jan.1     President Obama praises US 'fiscal cliff' deal   Obama has hailed a deal reached to stave off drastic taxation and spending measures as 'just one step in the broader effort to strengthen the...

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Nov.9 CIA's Petraeus quits over affair
Jan.11  Video shows alleged U.S. Marine abuse

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Sep.11  Sombre US honours victims of 9/11 Aug.6 U.S. government credit downgraded
Aug.2  Obama signs bill to end default threat May.19 Obama made major Middle East speech May.7 US releases Bin Laden home videos Apr.27  Obama releases birth certificate Jan.8  Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords shot

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Dec.22  Obama signs law ending military gay ban Nov.2  Republicans win House, Dems keep Senate Oct.29  Packages had 'explosive material' Jun.28  Feds charge 10 with spying for Russia May.30  Oil leak 'worst US environment disaster' Mar.21 U.S. House passes health care vote
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Dec.30  Eight US 'CIA agents' killed in bomb attack Nov.6 US jobless rate rises to over 10%
Oct.29 US economy is growing once again Oct.9  Obama awarded 2009 Nobel Peace Prize Sep.9 Obama urges action on healthcare. U.S. Congress Aug.25  Senator Edward Kennedy, 77, dies Jul.20  Obama hails Apollo 11 astronauts Mar.18  Fed pumps $1.2tn into US economy Mar.8  Obama reversed stem cell ban Feb.18  Obama's housing plan 'to help 9m' Jan.28  US House passes economic package Jan.22  Obama signs order to close Guantanamo Jan.20     President Obama sworn into history   Barack Obama launched his presidency before an estimated 1.5 million people on the National Mall with somber yet confident tones

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Dec.1  Clinton named secretary of state Nov.25  US Fed announces $800bn stimulus Nov.18  US car firms ask for $25bn aid Nov.15 Summit pledge to 'restore growth'
Oct.3 House backs $700bn bail-out plan. House of Representatives Sep.19  Bush hails financial rescue plan Sep.7  US takes over key mortgage firms Aug.1  US anthrax 'suspect' found dead Jul.23  US lawmakers pass housing rescue Jun.18  Bush calls for offshore drilling

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Dec.6  CIA 'wiped' interrogation tapes Nov.27  New Mid-East peace drive launched Sep.7  Bin Laden says US should convert May.17  World Bank head Wolfowitz to quit

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Nov.7     Democrats seize control of House
   USA: The Dems has won control of the House of Representatives in the mid-term elections. Senate hangs on 2 races May.16  US releases 9/11 Pentagon video Apr.12  Jurors hear Flight 93 cockpit tape Feb.12  Cheney shoots man in hunt error

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Oct.28  Lewis Libby quits Cheney office Sep.29  Roberts confirmed as chief justice Sep.12  Emergencies chief steps down Jan.20  Bush sworn in for second term

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Nov.2 Bush re-elected
. USA Jul.22 911 panel report: 'Failure of imagination' Apr.30  Iraq prison abuse sparks outrage

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Mar.19     U.S. Launches War Against Iraq
  After air raid sirens went off across Baghdad, anti-aircraft fire and explosions were heard

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Sep.20  Bush addresses nation in Congress Sep.11     Terror attacks hit U.S.
Map of World Trade Center USA  Manhattan: 3 commercial jets crash into World Trade Center and Pentagon. Both towers collapsed. United Airlines plane crashed Jan.20  Bush sworn in as president

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Dec.13  Gore conceded race Nov.7     Closest Presidential election   Bush's slim lead in Florida leads to automatic recount in that state
before year 2000
Sep. 13, 1993     Oslo Accords  The Oslo Accords are a set of agreements between the government of Israel and the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) Nov. 3, 1992   Bill Clinton is elected President of United States  Previously, he served as Governor of Arkansas from 1979 to 1981 and 1983 to 1992 Nov. 8, 1988   George HW Bush is elected President  41st President of the United States from 1989 to 1993. He is the oldest living former President Nov. 4, 1980   Ronald Reagan defeating incumbent Jimmy Carter  The presidential campaign between Reagan and President Jimmy Carter was conducted during domestic concerns and the ongoing Iran hostage cris... Apr. 4, 1949     North Atlantic Treaty (NATO) signed at Washington  Talks for a new military alliance began resulting in the North Atlantic Treaty, which was signed in Washington, D.C. Nov. 12, 1921   Washington Naval Conference began  It was the first international conference held in the United States and the first arms control conference in history Aug. 26, 1920   Women's suffrage began in U.S.  American women won the vote on August 26, 1920 with the passage of the 19th Amendment Apr. 6, 1917   U.S. enters World War I  After two and a half years of efforts by President Woodrow Wilson to keep the United States neutral during World War I Apr. 15, 1865   Abraham Lincoln died   John Wilkes Booth crept up from behind and aimed at the back of Lincoln's head and fired at point-blank range, mortally wounding the President Dec. 28, 1856  Woodrow Wilson born May. 24, 1844  Samuel Morse sends first message on U.S. telegraph line Apr. 24, 1800 Library of Congress founded
Jun. 14, 1777  Congress adopts the Stars and Stripes