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Crash pilot was Bin Laden supporter Enron chairman resigns Former Enron VP commits suicide Former Enron chief quits board Corpses scandal at crematorium Woods wins US Masters Saudis issue blunt warning to Bush Motorists die as bridge collapses Bishops' summit makes apology Wings win 10th Stanley Cup over 'Canes Andersen guilty in Enron case  A jury has found accountancy firm guilty of obstructing justice by shredding documents relating to the failed energy giant Saddam Hussein's Stepson Arrested   Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France  The Texan is claiming one of his biggest and smoothest victories to date in the grueling 3-week event Bush hosting economic forum   Bush tells Saudi no decision on Iraq  President pressed his case against Iraq with Saudi Ambassador Prince Bandar bin Sultan Terror alert issued on highway Lili hits Louisiana, loses strength Police to seek death penalty for snipers Jiang and Bush start summit  The two presidents have begun probably be their last bilateral talks before the Chinese leader hands over power Bush, Jiang agree on North Korea Jeb Bush re-elected as governor Frist has votes to succeed Lott Cloned baby birth claim
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  Clonaid, company linked to a philosophical sect, says that it has produced the world's first cloned human baby





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Small plane crashes into building   Crash pilot was Bin Laden supporter  Teenager who crashed a light aircraft into a skyscraper expressed sympathy toward Osama and the events of September 11 Oklahoma plotter loses appeal   Enron chairman resigns  Kenneth Lay had run Enron since it was founded in 1986   Former Enron VP commits suicide  John C. Baxter discovered inside a vehicle. A suicide note was found at the scene Coroner confirms Enron suicide Enron names new executives Enron executives 'pocketed millions'   Former Enron chief quits board  Congress was considering whether to force Kenneth Lay to appear before inquiry panels Corpses scandal at crematorium  Police have found more than 80 decomposed bodies stacked in storage sheds and scattered in the woods Grim search for crematorium bodies 139 bodies recovered from crematorium Blair flies in with ceasefire agenda US and UK demand Israel pullout US and UK call for Iraq 'change'   Woods wins US Masters  The world number one dominated the final day from start to finish as hetapped in for a par four at the last hole Train crash kills 3 Saudis issue blunt warning to Bush  Crown Prince Abdullah, has President of grave consequences to US interests unless it does more to restrain Israel Motorists die as bridge collapses  Barge struck a road bridge over a river. A section of the bridge collapsed, sending 9 vehicles into the water Andersen jury deadlocked Bishops' summit makes apology  Bishop Wilton Gregory, the leader of America's Roman Catholic bishops made a frank apology to victims of predatory priests Wings win 10th Stanley Cup over 'Canes  Red Wings beat Carolina 3-1 in Game 5. Coach Scotty Bowman upstaged his players by skating off into retirement Bishops approve policy on abusive priests   Andersen guilty in Enron case


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Jan.12  Eagles, Buccaneers 31-9
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April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.1  Maryland past Indiana at NCAA
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Apr.7  Roddick powers U.S. into semifinals
Apr.11  Love took one-stroke lead
Apr.12  Singh singes back 9 for Masters career
Apr.13  Woods charges, ties Goosen for Masters
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May.14  Lakers finish off Spurs
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May.28  Carolina eliminates Toronto


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Jun.4  Carolina 3-2 Detroit in Stanley Cup finals
Jun.10  Wings beat Carolina 3-0 in Stanley finals
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  A jury has found accountancy firm guilty of obstructing justice by shredding documents relating to the failed energy giant


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Jul.2 Doctors deciding fate of conjoined twins Jul.3     Saddam Hussein's Stepson Arrested  Mohammad Nour Al-Din Saffi was traveling as a tourist and planned to attend classes at Aeroservice Aviation Center Jul.5  Ted Williams dead at 83 Jul.18  Armstrong win mountain Jul.23 4 arrested for stealing moon rocks Jul.27  Armstrong wins time trial Jul.28     Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France
  The Texan is claiming one of his biggest and smoothest victories to date in the grueling 3-week event


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Aug.13   Bush hosting economic forum   Forum in Waco designed to demonstrate the administration has a clear economic policy Aug.14 Fox cancels trip to protest execution Aug.22 Bush says 'all options' on table for Iraq Aug.27     Bush tells Saudi no decision on Iraq
  President pressed his case against Iraq with Saudi Ambassador Prince Bandar bin Sultan
Aug.29 Fear grips town after 6 found slain

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Sep.5 Boy denies killing father
Sep.13   Terror alert issued on highway  3 men detained in connection with a possible terror plot targeting Miami were being 'extremely uncooperative' Sep.25 Isidore bears down on Louisiana Sep.26 Isidore blows ashore in Louisiana

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Oct.1 Lili strengthens, aims for U.S.
Oct.2 Coast cowers as Lili approaches Oct.3   Lili hits Louisiana, loses strength  Maximum sustained winds had dropped to 90 mph, making it a Category 1 hurricane Oct.7  Bonds, Giants break through to NLCS Oct.9 Female serial killer executed Oct.17 Family of mad cow case blames U.K. Oct.25   Police to seek death penalty for snipers  Alabama police will seek the death penalty against Muhammad and Malvo for the killing of a woman in Montgomery     Jiang and Bush start summit
  The two presidents have begun probably be their last bilateral talks before the Chinese leader hands over power
    Bush, Jiang agree on North Korea
  Presidents agreed that N. Korea should scrap its nuclear weapons program and pledged to resolve the standoff peacefully Oct.29 Boatload of Haitians swarms ashore

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Nov.5   Jeb Bush re-elected as governor
  President campaigned heavily leading up to the vote Nov.15 Brothers jailed for murdering father


December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.21   Frist has votes to succeed Lott  Tennessee Sen. Bill Frist, a heart surgeon and second-term lawmaker should be elected as the new Senate GOP leader Dec.27   Cloned baby birth claim
  Clonaid, company linked to a philosophical sect, says that it has produced the world's first cloned human baby



Bush says 'all options' on table for Iraq Small plane crashes into building   Crash pilot was Bin Laden supporter  Teenager who crashed a light aircraft into a skyscraper expressed sympathy toward Osama and the events of September 11   Former Enron VP commits suicide  John C. Baxter discovered inside a vehicle. A suicide note was found at the scene Coroner confirms Enron suicide Train crash kills 3 Motorists die as bridge collapses  Barge struck a road bridge over a river. A section of the bridge collapsed, sending 9 vehicles into the water Doctors deciding fate of conjoined twins Isidore bears down on Louisiana Isidore blows ashore in Louisiana Lili strengthens, aims for U.S. Coast cowers as Lili approaches Lili hits Louisiana, loses strength  Maximum sustained winds had dropped to 90 mph, making it a Category 1 hurricane Family of mad cow case blames U.K. Cloned baby birth claim




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  Clonaid, company linked to a philosophical sect, says that it has produced the world's first cloned human baby




Southern United States, 2002 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.23   Enron chairman resigns  Kenneth Lay had run Enron since it was founded in 1986 Jan.25   Former Enron VP commits suicide
  John C. Baxter discovered inside a vehicle. A suicide note was found at the scene Jan.29 Enron names new executives Feb.3 Enron executives 'pocketed millions' Feb.4   Former Enron chief quits board  Congress was considering whether to force Kenneth Lay to appear before inquiry panels Jun.12 Andersen jury deadlocked Jun.15   Andersen guilty in Enron case
  A jury has found accountancy firm guilty of obstructing justice by shredding documents relating to the failed energy giant
Aug.13 Bush hosting economic forum   Forum in Waco designed to demonstrate the administration has a clear economic policy



Southern United States, 2002 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.12  Eagles, Buccaneers 31-9 Apr.1  Maryland past Indiana at NCAA Apr.7  Roddick powers U.S. into semifinals Apr.11  Love took one-stroke lead Apr.12  Singh singes back 9 for Masters career Apr.13  Woods charges, ties Goosen for Masters Apr.14   Woods wins US Masters  The world number one dominated the final day from start to finish as hetapped in for a par four at the last hole May.14  Lakers finish off Spurs May.28  Carolina eliminates Toronto Jun.4  Carolina 3-2 Detroit in Stanley Cup finals Jun.10  Wings beat Carolina 3-0 in Stanley finals Jun.13 Wings win 10th Stanley Cup over 'Canes
  Red Wings beat Carolina 3-1 in Game 5. Coach Scotty Bowman upstaged his players by skating off into retirement Jul.5  Ted Williams dead at 83 Jul.18  Armstrong win mountain Jul.27  Armstrong wins time trial Jul.28   Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France
  The Texan is claiming one of his biggest and smoothest victories to date in the grueling 3-week event
Oct.7  Bonds, Giants break through to NLCS



Southern United States, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.7 Oklahoma plotter loses appeal Feb.16 Corpses scandal at crematorium  Police have found more than 80 decomposed bodies stacked in storage sheds and scattered in the woods Feb.17 Grim search for crematorium bodies Feb.18 139 bodies recovered from crematorium Jun.12 Andersen jury deadlocked Jun.13 Bishops' summit makes apology  Bishop Wilton Gregory, the leader of America's Roman Catholic bishops made a frank apology to victims of predatory priests Jun.14 Bishops approve policy on abusive priests Jun.15   Andersen guilty in Enron case
  A jury has found accountancy firm guilty of obstructing justice by shredding documents relating to the failed energy giant
Jul.3   Saddam Hussein's Stepson Arrested  Mohammad Nour Al-Din Saffi was traveling as a tourist and planned to attend classes at Aeroservice Aviation Center Jul.23 4 arrested for stealing moon rocks Aug.14 Fox cancels trip to protest execution Aug.29 Fear grips town after 6 found slain Sep.5 Boy denies killing father Sep.13 Terror alert issued on highway  3 men detained in connection with a possible terror plot targeting Miami were being 'extremely uncooperative' Oct.9 Female serial killer executed Oct.25 Police to seek death penalty for snipers  Alabama police will seek the death penalty against Muhammad and Malvo for the killing of a woman in Montgomery Nov.15 Brothers jailed for murdering father



Southern United States, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Apr.5 Blair flies in with ceasefire agenda
Apr.6 US and UK demand Israel pullout Apr.6 US and UK call for Iraq 'change' Apr.25 Saudis issue blunt warning to Bush  Crown Prince Abdullah, has President of grave consequences to US interests unless it does more to restrain Israel Jun.13 Bishops' summit makes apology  Bishop Wilton Gregory, the leader of America's Roman Catholic bishops made a frank apology to victims of predatory priests Jun.14 Bishops approve policy on abusive priests Aug.14 Fox cancels trip to protest execution Aug.27   Bush tells Saudi no decision on Iraq
  President pressed his case against Iraq with Saudi Ambassador Prince Bandar bin Sultan
Oct.25   Jiang and Bush start summit
  The two presidents have begun probably be their last bilateral talks before the Chinese leader hands over power
Oct.25   Bush, Jiang agree on North Korea  Presidents agreed that N. Korea should scrap its nuclear weapons program and pledged to resolve the standoff peacefully Oct.29 Boatload of Haitians swarms ashore Nov.5 Jeb Bush re-elected as governor  President campaigned heavily leading up to the vote Dec.21 Frist has votes to succeed Lott  Tennessee Sen. Bill Frist, a heart surgeon and second-term lawmaker should be elected as the new Senate GOP leader