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2017-06-19 Otto Warmbier: US student sent home from North Korea dies
2. 2017-06-15 US doctors dispute N Korean coma story Ohio
D. 2017-05-17 Chelsea Manning, who gave U.S. secrets to WikiLeaks, leaves prison
4. 2017-03-24 Singapore teen blogger Amos Yee granted US asylum Chicago
F. 2017-01-10 Obama speech: Democracy needs you Chicago
G. 2016-12-08 John Glenn, first American to orbit Earth, dies aged 95
H. 2016-12-04 US Army refuses N Dakota pipeline access Lake Oahe, North Dakota, U. S. Midwest
I. 2016-12-01 Trump names Gen James 'Mad Dog' Mattis as defence secretary Ohio

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Otto Warmbier: US student sent home from North Korea dies Map of University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati Ohio Ohio
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  Ohio: Warmbier, 22, was serving 15 years of hard labour for attempting to steal a propaganda sign from a hotel. He had been in a coma for a year.
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June 2017 ... more > Top ^
Jun.19
  Ohio: Warmbier, 22, was serving 15 years of hard labour for attempting to steal a propaganda sign from a hotel. He had been in a coma for a year.
Jun.15 US doctors dispute N Korean coma story. Ohio Jun.13 Otto Warmbier: North Korea releases jailed US student 'in coma'  US student Otto Warmbier has been freed from jail in North Korea, but his parents say he has been in a coma for a year

May 2017 ... more > Top ^
May.17 Chelsea Manning, who gave U.S. secrets to WikiLeaks, leaves prison
. Kansas

March 2017 ... more > Top ^
Mar.24  Singapore teen blogger Amos Yee granted US asylum

January 2017 ... more > Top ^
Jan.10 Obama speech: Democracy needs you
. Chicago

year 2016 Top ^

Dec.8 John Glenn, first American to orbit Earth, dies aged 95
. Ohio Dec.4  US Army refuses N Dakota pipeline access Dec.1 Trump names Gen James 'Mad Dog' Mattis as defence secretary. Ohio Nov.28  Ohio attacker Abdul Ali Artan was 'Somali refugee' Nov.25 Request for Wisconsin vote recount sent Sep.13  Chelsea Manning ends hunger strike Aug.19  Donald Trump to black voters: 'What do you have to lose?' Aug.16  Donald Trump defends Milwaukee police shooting Aug.15  Trump calls for 'extreme vetting' of immigrants to US Aug.14  Milwaukee: 'Shots fired' at new protests over police killing Aug.5  Donald Trump relents over Paul Ryan re-election Jul.21   US election: Donald Trump promises a 'safer' America   Ohio: Donald Trump has vowed as president to confront and repel the multiple threats facing the US, as he accepted the Republican nomination Jul.20  Ted Cruz booed for failing to back Donald Trump Jul.19 Trump seals Republican nomination. Ohio Jul.18  Melania Trump's convention speech faces accusations of plagiarism  US election: Anti-Trump floor vote fails at convention Jul.14  Donald Trump chooses Mike Pence as his running mate May.4  John Kasich, last Republican Trump rival, quits race May.3   Cruz drops out after key Trump win   Indiana: Republican Donald Trump beats his rival Ted Cruz in Indiana and has a clear path to the nomination. Sanders has beaten Hillary Clinton May.2  Trump accuses China of 'raping' US with unfair trade policy Apr.5 Cruz 'wins Wisconsin' in blow of Trump Mar.11 Trump calls off rally following violent clashes   Chicago: US Republican front-runner Donald Trump has called off a rally in Chicago on safety grounds after protests led to violent clashes Mar.8  Trump wins in Mississippi and Michigan Mar.3  Donald Trump under attack from debate rivals Feb.1 Ted Cruz wins Iowa Republican vote  US elections: Candidates in final pitch before Iowa vote Jan.28 Republican rivals mock Trump over no-show. Iowa Republicans debate without Donald Trump. Iowa Jan.19  Donald Trump presidential bid gets Sarah Palin backing

year 2015 Top ^

Dec.23  Black Lives Matter protests disrupt airports and shopping Nov.10  Debate: Trump's immigration plan savaged by rivals Aug.8  Ferguson marks Michael Brown shooting anniversary Aug.6   Donald Trump attacked in Republican debates   Ohio: The Republican candidates running for US president have attacked frontrunner Donald Trump in their first debate Apr.12  Hillary Clinton sets off for tour of key states Mar.12  Ferguson on edge after shootings Mar.11  Ferguson police chief steps down

year 2014 Top ^

Dec.24  St Louis unrest after police killing Nov.29  Ferguson shooting: Darren Wilson quits police force Nov.25  Ferguson protests spread across US Nov.24  Clashes as Ferguson jury issues no charges Nov.4 Republicans win control of US Senate   U.S. Senate: The Republican Party has won control of the Senate in the mid-term elections, increasing its power in the final two years of Obama's preside... Aug.18  Ferguson unrest: White House steps up involvement Aug.17 Overnight curfew resumes in tense St Louis suburb
. Missouri Aug.11   Riots over killing of US black teen Map of Ferguson Missouri Missouri  Missouri: Rioting over the killing of Michael Brown, 18, an unarmed black teenager, by a police officer has erupted in the US state of Missouri

year 2013 Top ^

Jul.20  Protests in US at Zimmerman verdict Jul.18 Detroit in largest US bankruptcy   The city, once a symbol of US industrial power, has become the largest US city ever to file for bankruptcy, with debts of at least $15bn

year 2012 Top ^

Nov.7  Obama: 'Best yet to come' Nov.6   Obama re-elected as US president
  Chicago: The president earlier scored a big win in Pennsylvania. Obama also walked away with a win in the swing states of New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Michigan
 Elsewhere, Obama and Romney each racked up expected victories in relatively safe territory. Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, has called the president to concede the race
Nov.5 Obama and Romney push to the finish
. Ohio Nov.3  US rivals battle for swing states Oct.25  Obama to cast vote early in Chicago Oct.21 Nixon's challenger McGovern dies Oct.17  US rivals back in battlegrounds Sep.7  US campaign opens with jobs row Aug.21  Romney calls for Akin to drop out  Congressman Todd Akin seeks 'forgiveness' for gaffe Aug.11 Romney names Ryan as running mate. Virginia Jun.5  Republican Governor Walker survives recall May.21   NATO summit Oks Obama's Afghan timetable   Chicago: NATO leaders signed off on President Obama's exit strategy from Afghanistan that calls for an end to combat operations next year  US-Pakistan rift hits Nato summit May.20  NATO summit draws protests  'Hard days ahead' in Afghanistan  New charges in foiled plot as NATO meets May.5  Obama rally kicks off campaign Apr.3  Romney revels in triple primary win Mar.20  Mitt Romney wins Illinois primary Mar.6 Romney reaps Super Tuesday spoils. Ohio Feb.28  Romney secures primary victories  Michigan and Arizona head to polls Feb.7  Santorum's hat-trick stuns Romney  Santorum declared Missouri winner Feb.1  Victorious Mitt Romney goes west Jan.4 Romney defeats Santorum by 8 votes. Iowa  Bachmann ends bid for White House Jan.3  Romney and Santorum tied in caucuses  Three-way race in Iowa caucuses Jan.2  Republicans in final Iowa push

year 2011 Top ^

Dec.15  Republican debaters assail Obama Aug.13 Bachmann wins Iowa straw poll
Aug.11 Republicans trade barbs at Iowa debate Mar.9  Republicans remove bargaining rights

year 2010 Top ^

Apr.22  US man names Pope in abuse lawsuit Mar.25   Pope accused of failing to act on abuse
   Vatican: Benedict XVI has been accused of failing to act on complaints from two archbishops in the US about a priest who allegedly abused 200 deaf boys

year 2009 Top ^

Jan.29  Illinois governor guilty of abuse

year 2008 Top ^

Dec.11  US car bail-out fails in Senate Dec.1 Clinton named secretary of state
. Chicago Nov.18 US car firms ask for $25bn aid  U.S. Congress: The bosses of Ford, GM and Chrysler, have asked Congress for a $25bn bail-out and warned of broader risks to the US economy Nov.4   Barack Obama wins presidential election
  Washington: As polls closed on the West coast, the senator was projected to receive enough electoral votes to pass the 270-vote threshold.    Obama is projected to win California, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii and Virginia. Democratic Senator s...
 Obama wins battleground Ohio Oct.2  Biden and Palin meet in TV debate Sep.4 McCain vows to shake up Washington
. Minnesota Sep.3 Palin makes convention debut. Minnesota Aug.29   McCain picks woman running mate  Ohio: Republican presidential hopeful has picked Sarah Palin, the female governor of Alaska, as his surprise running mate Aug.22 Senator Joe Biden is Obama's choice. Chicago Jun.3   Obama winner of Democratic race   Democratic presidential candidate has earned enough delegates to clinch his party's nomination, US media have projected Mar.4  Clinton takes key primary polls Feb.26 Democrats meet in crucial debate. Ohio Feb.19  Obama wins Wisconsin primary poll Feb.9  Obama takes poll clean sweep Jan.3 Huckabee and Obama take Iowa wins

year 2007 Top ^

Feb.10 Obama launches presidential bid


year 2006 Top ^

May.1 Immigrants stage boycott day
. Chicago

year 2005 Top ^

Oct.24 Civil rights icon Parks dies  Detroit: She refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white man and inspired the modern civil rights movement

year 2004 Top ^

Nov.2  No winner yet in 3 key states Oct.31  Final push for key poll states Oct.8  Candidates in second TV debate Oct.5  Running mates clash over Iraq Jan.19   Kerry leads in caucuses  Iowa: Shaking up the fight for the Democratic presidential nomination, senator was emerging as the preference of Iowa Democrats

year 2000 Top ^

Jan.25  Gore and Bush victorious in caucuses
before year 2000
May. 4, 1970 4 students killed by National Guard at anti-war protest
Map of Kent State University Kent Ohio Ohio  Ohio: Kent State massacre occurred at Kent State University, and involved the shooting of unarmed college students by the Ohio National Guard Mar. 5, 1946 Winston Churchill 'Iron Curtain' speech Map of Westminster College Fulton Missouri Missouri
  Missouri: Churchill's 'Sinews of Peace' address at Westminster College, used the term "iron curtain" in the context of Soviet-dominated Eastern Europe
May. 19, 1925 Malcolm X Birthday
Map of Omaha Nebraska USA  An American Muslim minister and a human rights activist. To his admirers he was a courageous advocate for the rights of blacks Dec. 12, 1917 Father Flanagan establishes Boys Town in Omaha   An Irish-born priest of the Catholic Church founded the orphanage known as Boys Town, which now also serves as a center for troubled youth Apr. 30, 1803   USA purchased Louisiana from France
  The Louisiana Purchase was the acquisition of the Louisiana territory. The U.S. paid fifty million francs ($11,250,000 USD) and a cancellation of debts



Request for Wisconsin vote recount sent   US election: Donald Trump promises a 'safer' America   Ohio: Donald Trump has vowed as president to confront and repel the multiple threats facing the US, as he accepted the Republican nomination Trump seals Republican nomination. Ohio   Cruz drops out after key Trump win   Indiana: Republican Donald Trump beats his rival Ted Cruz in Indiana and has a clear path to the nomination. Sanders has beaten Hillary Clinton Cruz 'wins Wisconsin' in blow of Trump Ted Cruz wins Iowa Republican vote Republican rivals mock Trump over no-show. Iowa Republicans debate without Donald Trump. Iowa   Donald Trump attacked in Republican debates   Ohio: The Republican candidates running for US president have attacked frontrunner Donald Trump in their first debate Republicans win control of US Senate   U.S. Senate: The Republican Party has won control of the Senate in the mid-term elections, increasing its power in the final two years of Obama's preside...   Obama re-elected as US president




U. S. Midwest, Politics Election, Vote Timeline ... See World Election, Vote timeline Top ^
2016
Nov.25
Aug.19  Donald Trump to black voters: 'What do you have to lose?'
Aug.16  Donald Trump defends Milwaukee police shooting
Aug.5  Donald Trump relents over Paul Ryan re-election
Jul.21
Jul.20  Ted Cruz booed for failing to back Donald Trump
Jul.19
Jul.18  Melania Trump's convention speech faces accusations of plagiarism
Jul.18  US election: Anti-Trump floor vote fails at convention
Jul.14  Donald Trump chooses Mike Pence as his running mate
May.4  John Kasich, last Republican Trump rival, quits race
May.3
May.2  Trump accuses China of 'raping' US with unfair trade policy
Apr.5
Mar.8  Trump wins in Mississippi and Michigan
Mar.3  Donald Trump under attack from debate rivals
Feb.1
Feb.1  US elections: Candidates in final pitch before Iowa vote
Jan.28
Jan.28
Jan.19  Donald Trump presidential bid gets Sarah Palin backing
2015
Nov.10  Debate: Trump's immigration plan savaged by rivals
Aug.6
Apr.12  Hillary Clinton sets off for tour of key states
2014
Nov.4
2012
Nov.7  Obama: 'Best yet to come'
Nov.6
  Chicago: The president earlier scored a big win in Pennsylvania. Obama also walked away with a win in the swing states of New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Michigan
 Elsewhere, Obama and Romney each racked up expected victories in relatively safe territory. Romney, the former governor of Massachusetts, has called the president to concede the race
Nov.5 Obama and Romney push to the finish
. Ohio Nov.3  US rivals battle for swing states Oct.25  Obama to cast vote early in Chicago Oct.17  US rivals back in battlegrounds Sep.7  US campaign opens with jobs row Aug.11 Romney names Ryan as running mate. Virginia Jun.5  Republican Governor Walker survives recall May.5  Obama rally kicks off campaign Apr.3  Romney revels in triple primary win Mar.20  Mitt Romney wins Illinois primary Mar.6 Romney reaps Super Tuesday spoils. Ohio Feb.28  Romney secures primary victories Feb.28  Michigan and Arizona head to polls Feb.7  Santorum's hat-trick stuns Romney Feb.7  Santorum declared Missouri winner Feb.1  Victorious Mitt Romney goes west Jan.4 Romney defeats Santorum by 8 votes. Iowa Jan.4  Bachmann ends bid for White House Jan.3  Romney and Santorum tied in caucuses Jan.3  Three-way race in Iowa caucuses Jan.2  Republicans in final Iowa push 2011 Dec.15  Republican debaters assail Obama Aug.13 Bachmann wins Iowa straw poll Aug.11 Republicans trade barbs at Iowa debate 2008 Nov.4   Barack Obama wins presidential election
  Washington: As polls closed on the West coast, the senator was projected to receive enough electoral votes to pass the 270-vote threshold.    Obama is projected to win California, Washington, Oregon, Hawaii and Virginia. Democratic Senator s...
Nov.4  Obama wins battleground Ohio Oct.2  Biden and Palin meet in TV debate Sep.4 McCain vows to shake up Washington
. Minnesota Sep.3 Palin makes convention debut. Minnesota Aug.29   McCain picks woman running mate  Ohio: Republican presidential hopeful has picked Sarah Palin, the female governor of Alaska, as his surprise running mate Aug.22 Senator Joe Biden is Obama's choice. Chicago Jun.3   Obama winner of Democratic race   Democratic presidential candidate has earned enough delegates to clinch his party's nomination, US media have projected Mar.4  Clinton takes key primary polls Feb.26 Democrats meet in crucial debate. Ohio Feb.19  Obama wins Wisconsin primary poll Feb.9  Obama takes poll clean sweep Jan.3 Huckabee and Obama take Iowa wins 2007 Feb.10 Obama launches presidential bid 2004 Nov.2  No winner yet in 3 key states Oct.31  Final push for key poll states Oct.8  Candidates in second TV debate Oct.5  Running mates clash over Iraq Jan.19   Kerry leads in caucuses  Iowa: Shaking up the fight for the Democratic presidential nomination, senator was emerging as the preference of Iowa Democrats 2000 Jan.25  Gore and Bush victorious in caucuses



U. S. Midwest, Politics Government Timeline ... See World Government timeline Top ^
2013 Jul.18 Detroit in largest US bankruptcy   The city, once a symbol of US industrial power, has become the largest US city ever to file for bankruptcy, with debts of at least $15bn 1803 Apr. 30, 1803   USA purchased Louisiana from France
  The Louisiana Purchase was the acquisition of the Louisiana territory. The U.S. paid fifty million francs ($11,250,000 USD) and a cancellation of debts




U. S. Midwest, Politics Religion Timeline ... See World Religion timeline Top ^
2010 Apr.22  US man names Pope in abuse lawsuit Mar.25   Pope accused of failing to act on abuse   Vatican: Benedict XVI has been accused of failing to act on complaints from two archbishops in the US about a priest who allegedly abused 200 deaf boys



U. S. Midwest, Politics Anniversary Timeline ... See World Anniversary timeline Top ^
2015 Aug.8  Ferguson marks Michael Brown shooting anniversary



U. S. Midwest, Politics Summit Timeline ... See World Summit timeline Top ^
2012 May.21   NATO summit Oks Obama's Afghan timetable   Chicago: NATO leaders signed off on President Obama's exit strategy from Afghanistan that calls for an end to combat operations next year May.21  US-Pakistan rift hits Nato summit May.20  'Hard days ahead' in Afghanistan May.20  New charges in foiled plot as NATO meets



U. S. Midwest, Politics Immigration Timeline ... See World Immigration timeline Top ^
2017 Mar.24  Singapore teen blogger Amos Yee granted US asylum 2016 Nov.28  Ohio attacker Abdul Ali Artan was 'Somali refugee' Aug.15  Trump calls for 'extreme vetting' of immigrants to US 2006 May.1 Immigrants stage boycott day
. Chicago



U. S. Midwest, Politics Human Rights Timeline ... See World Human Rights timeline Top ^
2017 Jun.19 Otto Warmbier: US student sent home from North Korea dies
Map of University of Cincinnati Medical Center Cincinnati Ohio Ohio
  Ohio: Warmbier, 22, was serving 15 years of hard labour for attempting to steal a propaganda sign from a hotel. He had been in a coma for a year.
Jun.15 US doctors dispute N Korean coma story. Ohio Jun.13 Otto Warmbier: North Korea releases jailed US student 'in coma'  US student Otto Warmbier has been freed from jail in North Korea, but his parents say he has been in a coma for a year 1917 Dec. 12, 1917 Father Flanagan establishes Boys Town in Omaha   An Irish-born priest of the Catholic Church founded the orphanage known as Boys Town, which now also serves as a center for troubled youth



U. S. Midwest, Politics Political Leaders Timeline ... See World Political Leaders timeline Top ^
2017 Jan.10 Obama speech: Democracy needs you
. Chicago 2016 Dec.1 Trump names Gen James 'Mad Dog' Mattis as defence secretary. Ohio 2015 Mar.11  Ferguson police chief steps down 2012 Aug.21  Romney calls for Akin to drop out Aug.21  Congressman Todd Akin seeks 'forgiveness' for gaffe 2009 Jan.29  Illinois governor guilty of abuse 2008 Dec.1 Clinton named secretary of state. Chicago 1946 Mar. 5, 1946 Winston Churchill 'Iron Curtain' speech Map of Westminster College Fulton Missouri Missouri
  Missouri: Churchill's 'Sinews of Peace' address at Westminster College, used the term "iron curtain" in the context of Soviet-dominated Eastern Europe




U. S. Midwest, Politics Protest Timeline ... See World Protest timeline Top ^
2016 Dec.4  US Army refuses N Dakota pipeline access Sep.13  Chelsea Manning ends hunger strike Aug.14  Milwaukee: 'Shots fired' at new protests over police killing Mar.11 Trump calls off rally following violent clashes   Chicago: US Republican front-runner Donald Trump has called off a rally in Chicago on safety grounds after protests led to violent clashes 2015 Dec.23  Black Lives Matter protests disrupt airports and shopping Mar.12  Ferguson on edge after shootings 2014 Dec.24  St Louis unrest after police killing Nov.25  Ferguson protests spread across US Aug.18  Ferguson unrest: White House steps up involvement Aug.17 Overnight curfew resumes in tense St Louis suburb
. Missouri Aug.11   Riots over killing of US black teen Map of Ferguson Missouri Missouri  Missouri: Rioting over the killing of Michael Brown, 18, an unarmed black teenager, by a police officer has erupted in the US state of Missouri 2013 Jul.20  Protests in US at Zimmerman verdict 2012 May.20  NATO summit draws protests 1970 May. 4, 1970 4 students killed by National Guard at anti-war protest Map of Kent State University Kent Ohio Ohio  Ohio: Kent State massacre occurred at Kent State University, and involved the shooting of unarmed college students by the Ohio National Guard



U. S. Midwest, Politics Race Issues Timeline ... See World Race Issues timeline Top ^
2014 Nov.24  Clashes as Ferguson jury issues no charges 1925 May. 19, 1925 Malcolm X Birthday Map of Omaha Nebraska USA  An American Muslim minister and a human rights activist. To his admirers he was a courageous advocate for the rights of blacks



U. S. Midwest, Politics Security Timeline ... See World Security timeline Top ^
2014 Nov.29  Ferguson shooting: Darren Wilson quits police force



U. S. Midwest, Politics LGBT Timeline ... See World LGBT timeline Top ^
2017 May.17 Chelsea Manning, who gave U.S. secrets to WikiLeaks, leaves prison
. Kansas



U. S. Midwest, Politics Obituary Timeline ... See World Obituary timeline Top ^
2016 Dec.8 John Glenn, first American to orbit Earth, dies aged 95
. Ohio 2012 Oct.21 Nixon's challenger McGovern dies 2005 Oct.24 Civil rights icon Parks dies  Detroit: She refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white man and inspired the modern civil rights movement



U. S. Midwest, Politics Parliament Timeline ... See World Parliament timeline Top ^
2011 Mar.9  Republicans remove bargaining rights 2008 Dec.11  US car bail-out fails in Senate Nov.18 US car firms ask for $25bn aid  U.S. Congress: The bosses of Ford, GM and Chrysler, have asked Congress for a $25bn bail-out and warned of broader risks to the US economy