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Kings knock Mavs out of playoffs Lakers finish off Spurs Andersen jury deadlocked  The jury in the criminal trial of accounting firm has told the judge that it is unable to reach a unanimous decision Bishops' summit makes apology  Bishop Wilton Gregory, the leader of America's Roman Catholic bishops made a frank apology to victims of predatory priests Bishops approve policy on abusive priests  A resolution is barring clerics who have engaged in sexual abuse from continuing in the ministry Andersen guilty in Enron case
  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  A coroner has ruled that Clifford Baxter, a former senior executive of Enron, committed suicide   Enron names new executives  Energy group Enron has named Stephen Cooper, a restructuring specialist, as interim chief executive Enron executives 'pocketed millions'  Special committee investigating the sudden collapse prepared 217-page report Former Enron chief quits board  Congress was considering whether to force Kenneth Lay to appear before inquiry panels   Blair flies in with ceasefire agenda  UK Prime Minister has arrived in the US for talks at President Bush's ranch US and UK demand Israel pullout   British Prime Minister Blair and US President Bush have called for a withdrawal from cities in the West Bank without delay   US and UK call for Iraq 'change'  After a summit, Blair said all options were open if Iraq continued to defy the UN by blocking weapons inspections Roddick powers U.S. into semifinals Saudis issue blunt warning to Bush


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  Crown Prince Abdullah, has President of grave consequences to US interests unless it does more to restrain Israel


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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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  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
Map of Waco Texas  Forum in Waco designed to demonstrate the administration has a clear economic policy Aug.14     Fox cancels trip to protest execution  Mexican President canceled a trip to Texas in protest at the U.S. state's execution of a Mexican national Aug.22     Bush says 'all options' on table for Iraq  President: United States is in no hurry but ending Saddam's regime 'in the interest of the world' Aug.27     Bush tells Saudi no decision on Iraq
  President pressed his case against Iraq with Saudi Ambassador Prince Bandar bin Sultan


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Oct.1     Lili strengthens, aims for U.S.  A hurricane watch was issued as hurricane moved past Cuba toward the Gulf of Mexico 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
    Bush, Jiang agree on North Korea  Presidents agreed that N. Korea should scrap its nuclear weapons program and pledged to resolve the standoff peacefully





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  Bush says 'all options' on table for Iraq  President: United States is in no hurry but ending Saddam's regime 'in the interest of the world'   Former Enron VP commits suicide  John C. Baxter discovered inside a vehicle. A suicide note was found at the scene   Coroner confirms Enron suicide  A coroner has ruled that Clifford Baxter, a former senior executive of Enron, committed suicide Doctors deciding fate of conjoined twins  Separating 1-year-old Egyptian boys joined at the crowns of their heads could result in death for both   Lili strengthens, aims for U.S.  A hurricane watch was issued as hurricane moved past Cuba toward the Gulf of Mexico Roddick powers U.S. into semifinals Kings knock Mavs out of playoffs Lakers finish off Spurs Armstrong win mountain Armstrong wins time trial   Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France




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  The Texan is claiming one of his biggest and smoothest victories to date in the grueling 3-week event




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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  Energy group Enron has named Stephen Cooper, a restructuring specialist, as interim chief executive Feb.3 Enron executives 'pocketed millions'  Special committee investigating the sudden collapse prepared 217-page report 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  The jury in the criminal trial of accounting firm has told the judge that it is unable to reach a unanimous decision 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 Map of Waco Texas  Forum in Waco designed to demonstrate the administration has a clear economic policy



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2002 Jun.12 Andersen jury deadlocked  The jury in the criminal trial of accounting firm has told the judge that it is unable to reach a unanimous decision 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  A resolution is barring clerics who have engaged in sexual abuse from continuing in the ministry 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.14   Fox cancels trip to protest execution  Mexican President canceled a trip to Texas in protest at the U.S. state's execution of a Mexican national



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2002 Apr.5   Blair flies in with ceasefire agenda  UK Prime Minister has arrived in the US for talks at President Bush's ranch Apr.6 US and UK demand Israel pullout   British Prime Minister Blair and US President Bush have called for a withdrawal from cities in the West Bank without delay Apr.6   US and UK call for Iraq 'change'  After a summit, Blair said all options were open if Iraq continued to defy the UN by blocking weapons inspections 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  A resolution is barring clerics who have engaged in sexual abuse from continuing in the ministry Aug.14   Fox cancels trip to protest execution  Mexican President canceled a trip to Texas in protest at the U.S. state's execution of a Mexican national 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