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Summary.     Click for More > Ridge set to head Homeland Sec. Dept. Bush names Kissinger to head 9/11 probe Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned Gore will not run for president in 2004 Bush gives go-ahead to missile defence Powell: Declaration 'fails totally' Lott stepping down as majority leader  Wounded by the controversy over his racially divisive comments, Lott stepping down as Senate Republican leader
Middle East conference to be convened Bush feels heat over terror alert   Bush calls for end to Arafat's rule  President has urged the Palestinian people to replace Arafat, with a leader 'not compromised by terror' Bush wants new laws on corporate abuse Bush, Blair make case against Iraq   Terror attacks 1st anniversary Map of Ground Zero USA  At Ground Zero in New York, at the Pentagon, in a field in Pennsylvania moments of silence were observed U.S. begins push for U.N. Iraq resolution U.S., UK on diplomatic offensive Police link killings Walker Lindh sentenced to 20 years Congress backs Bush war powers Sniper claims ninth victim Sniper's chilling threat to children   Two arrested in sniper shootings  Members of the sniper task force arrested an ex-soldier John Allen Muhammad, 42, and his stepson U.S. kills Cole suspect Congress falls to Republicans
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  Republicans to hold onto control of the House, apparently win in 2 gubernatorial races and closer toward control of Senate
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Bush gives State of the Union address American Taleban indicted Bush imposed steel tariffs Powell to be sent to Mid-East Israel given new pullout warning   Middle East conference to be convened  Bush has urged Yasser Arafat to use his freedom to show leadership towards achieving peace with Israel   Bush feels heat over terror alert  Members of the Congress have demanded to know whether the government was given enough information to head off the attacks Row deepens over terror warnings Police find missing intern's body   Bush calls for end to Arafat's rule


January 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jan.2  Moussaoui defies court
Jan.9  Criminal inquiry into Enron collapse
Jan.13  Bush urges Pakistan-India dialog
 Bush chokes on pretzel and faints
Jan.24  US Taleban appears in court
Jan.29


February 2002 ... more > Top ^
Feb.3  Enron's Lay refused to testify
Feb.5  Enron ex-boss ordered to testify
 US softens line on 'evil axis'
Feb.7  Sharon visits Bush


March 2002 ... more > Top ^
Mar.5
 Bush meets Mubarak
Mar.11  Bush issues new warning on terror
Mar.14  Andersen indicted over Enron
Mar.20  Congress approves campaign cash curbs
Mar.22  Bush renews call on Arafat
Mar.24  Cheney: Arafat 'still not doing enough'


April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.4
Apr.5
Apr.17  Bush clings to Mid-East hope


May 2002 ... more > Top ^
May.2  Bush 'not ready' to meet Arafat
 
May.16  
 White House 'not warned of attacks'
May.17
 Bush defiant on terror warnings
May.18  US picks up new terror warnings
May.20  Bush stands firm on Cuba embargo
May.21  Warning on terror weapons
May.22
May.24  FBI's missed terror clues investigated
May.29  FBI unveils major shake-up
 US welcomes Libya's 'Lockerbie offer'
May.30  Bush warns Pakistan over Kashmir


June 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jun.4  US launches Kashmir peace mission
Jun.6  New Department of Homeland Security
Jun.14  US condemns bomb attack
Jun.24  
  President has urged the Palestinian people to replace Arafat, with a leader 'not compromised by terror'
Jun.26  Bush vows WorldCom inquiry

July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.8   Bush wants new laws on corporate abuse
  Former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers and ex-CFO Scott Sullivan take Fifth on Capitol Hill Jul.9  Bush called for integrity in corporations Jul.12  Arafat sent letter to Powell Jul.13  Pentagon warns of China threat Jul.15 Taliban John Pleads Guilty to 2 Charges Jul.17  Congress damns intelligence agencies Jul.18 Moussaoui guilty plea rejected Jul.25  Moussaoui drops guilty plea Jul.26  US to host anti-Saddam talks Jul.28  Powell arrived Jul.31  Senat debates Iraq war fears

August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2 White House skeptical of Iraqi offer
 Judge: terror suspects 'must be named' Aug.7  U.S. distances itself from Chen remarks Aug.8  US derides Saddam's 'bluster'  U.S., Palestinian leaders call talks 'good' Aug.9  US consults exiles on ousting Saddam Aug.21  Ex-Enron executive pleads guilty Aug.26  New Cheney warning on Iraq

September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1  Powell: New Iraq arms probe needed Sep.3  Powell rejects Iraq inspections offer Sep.4 Bush to seek Congress approval on Iraq
Sep.7     Bush, Blair make case against Iraq  President and British Prime Minister said there is ample evidence that Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction Sep.10 U.S. at 'high alert' Sep.11     Terror attacks 1st anniversary
Map of Ground Zero USA
  At Ground Zero in New York, at the Pentagon, in a field in Pennsylvania moments of silence were observed
Sep.18  Bush, lawmakers discuss Iraq Sep.20  Bush appeals to Putin on Iraq Sep.24  US stands firm on ousting Saddam Sep.25  U.S. to send senior envoy to North Korea Sep.26   U.S. begins push for U.N. Iraq resolution  The administration is negotiate a specific text, talking with the 4 other permanent members of Security Council  US to tackle France on Iraq Sep.27   U.S., UK on diplomatic offensive  Senior U.S. and British diplomats are embarking on negotiations in a bid to win support for a tough U.N. resolution against Iraq Hundreds arrested at IMF protests Sep.28  D.C. braces for Day 2 of IMF protest Sep.30  White House: Iraq can't be trusted

October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1  U.S.: No resolution, no inspectors Oct.2  Congress boost for Bush on Iraq Oct.3  W. Lindh: Al Qaeda spoke of more attacks   Police link killings  Police hunted a 'very calculating' killer or killers who shot to death three men and two women  Blix called to take hard line in Iraq Oct.4   Walker Lindh sentenced to 20 years  Lindh told U.S. District Judge that he 'made a mistake by joining the Taliban'  Powell: Blix talks termed very constructive Oct.5  Bush declares war may be 'unavoidable' Oct.9  U.S. analyzes purported al Qaeda tape Oct.10     Congress backs Bush war powers
  The Senate (77-23 in favour) has followed the House of Representatives in authorising President to use force against Iraq Oct.12  8th fatality linked to D.C. sniper Oct.15     Sniper claims ninth victim  Police were working with witnesses and might be able to produce a sketch of a man as well as license plate  Pentagon to help in sniper hunt Oct.16  Bush and Sharon meet Oct.17  Rumsfeld: N. Korea may have nukes Oct.21  2 questioned in sniper probe  Bush to try diplomacy with Iraq again Oct.22  Bus driver killed by sniper     Sniper's chilling threat to children  Police have issued a warning that children are under specific threat from a sniper who has killed 9 people Oct.23  New note found near shooting  Man sought in sniper case Oct.24     Two arrested in sniper shootings
  Members of the sniper task force arrested an ex-soldier John Allen Muhammad, 42, and his stepson


November 2002 ... more > Top ^
Nov.4   U.S. kills Cole suspect  The United States killed 6 al Qaeda members with a Hellfire missile fired from an unmanned CIA drone at the car Nov.5   Congress falls to Republicans
  Republicans to hold onto control of the House, apparently win in 2 gubernatorial races and closer toward control of Senate
Nov.7 Gephardt won't seek new leadership term Nov.13 Tape 'proves bin Laden is alive' U.S. looks for 'signals' in bin Laden tape Nov.14 US executes Pakistani killer Nov.25   Ridge set to head Homeland Sec. Dept.   A Vietnam War veteran served as Homeland Security Adviser to the White House for a year Nov.27     Bush names Kissinger to head 9/11 probe  President named former Secretary of State to lead an independent panel to investigate U.S. intelligence failures

December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.6   Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned   Both men were asked to resign by the White House, continuing the house cleaning of the Bush's economic team Dec.10 U.S. warns it has nuke option
Dec.11 Smallpox vaccinations for military ordered Dec.13 U.S.: Iraq report 'far short' of complete Dec.15   Gore will not run for president in 2004  Former US Vice President only last month re-iterated that he was the true winner of the 2000 presidential race Dec.16 Powell: Iraq declaration has 'problems' Dec.17     Bush gives go-ahead to missile defence  President has ordered the United States military to begin deploying a national missile defence system by 2004 Dec.18 Officials: Bush to declare Iraq in violation Dec.19     Powell: Declaration 'fails totally'  U.S. Secretary of State laid out the path for the United States as it continues to increase pressure on Iraq to disarm Bush to speak on Iraq 'violation' Dec.20   Lott stepping down as majority leader
  Wounded by the controversy over his racially divisive comments, Lott stepping down as Senate Republican leader
Bush: 'A disappointing day' for peace US agrees to share Iraq intelligence Dec.22 US rebuffs Iraq's CIA invitation Dec.29 US rules out strike on N Korea


Powell to be sent to Mid-East Israel given new pullout warning   Middle East conference to be convened  Bush has urged Yasser Arafat to use his freedom to show leadership towards achieving peace with Israel   Congress backs Bush war powers  The Senate (77-23 in favour) has followed the House of Representatives in authorising President to use force against Iraq U.S. kills Cole suspect  The United States killed 6 al Qaeda members with a Hellfire missile fired from an unmanned CIA drone at the car U.S. warns it has nuke option Smallpox vaccinations for military ordered   Bush gives go-ahead to missile defence  President has ordered the United States military to begin deploying a national missile defence system by 2004 Bush to speak on Iraq 'violation' Bush: 'A disappointing day' for peace US agrees to share Iraq intelligence US rules out strike on N Korea Bush imposed steel tariffs Bush wants new laws on corporate abuse  Former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers and ex-CFO Scott Sullivan take Fifth on Capitol Hill Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned   Both men were asked to resign by the White House, continuing the house cleaning of the Bush's economic team American Taleban indicted Police find missing intern's body Bush wants new laws on corporate abuse  Former WorldCom CEO Bernard Ebbers and ex-CFO Scott Sullivan take Fifth on Capitol Hill Taliban John Pleads Guilty to 2 Charges Moussaoui guilty plea rejected U.S. at 'high alert' Police link killings  Police hunted a 'very calculating' killer or killers who shot to death three men and two women Walker Lindh sentenced to 20 years  Lindh told U.S. District Judge that he 'made a mistake by joining the Taliban'   Sniper claims ninth victim  Police were working with witnesses and might be able to produce a sketch of a man as well as license plate   Sniper's chilling threat to children  Police have issued a warning that children are under specific threat from a sniper who has killed 9 people   Two arrested in sniper shootings




Washington, D.C., 2002 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2002
Mar.22  Bush renews call on Arafat
Apr.4
Apr.5
May.2
May.21  Warning on terror weapons
May.30  Bush warns Pakistan over Kashmir
Jun.4  US launches Kashmir peace mission
Jul.13  Pentagon warns of China threat
Aug.26  New Cheney warning on Iraq
Sep.1  Powell: New Iraq arms probe needed
Sep.3  Powell rejects Iraq inspections offer
Sep.24  US stands firm on ousting Saddam
Oct.1  U.S.: No resolution, no inspectors
Oct.5  Bush declares war may be 'unavoidable'
Oct.10
Oct.15  Pentagon to help in sniper hunt
Oct.17  Rumsfeld: N. Korea may have nukes
Nov.4
Dec.10
Dec.11
Dec.17
Dec.19
Dec.20
Dec.20
Dec.29




Washington, D.C., 2002 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2002
Jan.9  Criminal inquiry into Enron collapse
Feb.3  Enron's Lay refused to testify
Mar.5
Mar.14  Andersen indicted over Enron
Jun.26  Bush vows WorldCom inquiry
Jul.8
Jul.9  Bush called for integrity in corporations
Aug.21  Ex-Enron executive pleads guilty
Dec.6




Washington, D.C., 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2002
Jan.2  Moussaoui defies court
Jan.9  Criminal inquiry into Enron collapse
Jan.24  US Taleban appears in court
Feb.3  Enron's Lay refused to testify
Feb.5  Enron ex-boss ordered to testify
Feb.5
Mar.14  Andersen indicted over Enron
May.16  White House 'not warned of attacks'
May.18  US picks up new terror warnings
May.22
May.24  FBI's missed terror clues investigated
May.29  FBI unveils major shake-up
Jul.8
Jul.15
Jul.18
Jul.25  Moussaoui drops guilty plea
Aug.2  Judge: terror suspects 'must be named'
Aug.21  Ex-Enron executive pleads guilty
Sep.10
Oct.3  W. Lindh: Al Qaeda spoke of more attacks
Oct.3
Oct.4
Oct.9  U.S. analyzes purported al Qaeda tape
Oct.12  8th fatality linked to D.C. sniper
Oct.15
Oct.21  2 questioned in sniper probe
Oct.22  Bus driver killed by sniper
Oct.22
Oct.23  New note found near shooting
Oct.23  Man sought in sniper case
Oct.24
  Members of the sniper task force arrested an ex-soldier John Allen Muhammad, 42, and his stepson
Nov.13 Tape 'proves bin Laden is alive'
Nov.13 U.S. looks for 'signals' in bin Laden tape Nov.14 US executes Pakistani killer



Washington, D.C., 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.13  Bush urges Pakistan-India dialog Jan.13  Bush chokes on pretzel and faints Jan.29 Bush gives State of the Union address
Feb.5  US softens line on 'evil axis' Feb.7  Sharon visits Bush Mar.5  Bush meets Mubarak Mar.11  Bush issues new warning on terror Mar.20  Congress approves campaign cash curbs Mar.24  Cheney: Arafat 'still not doing enough' Apr.17  Bush clings to Mid-East hope May.2  Bush 'not ready' to meet Arafat May.2   Middle East conference to be convened  Bush has urged Yasser Arafat to use his freedom to show leadership towards achieving peace with Israel May.16   Bush feels heat over terror alert
  Members of the Congress have demanded to know whether the government was given enough information to head off the attacks May.17 Row deepens over terror warnings May.17  Bush defiant on terror warnings May.20  Bush stands firm on Cuba embargo May.29  US welcomes Libya's 'Lockerbie offer' May.30  Bush warns Pakistan over Kashmir Jun.4  US launches Kashmir peace mission Jun.6  New Department of Homeland Security Jun.14  US condemns bomb attack Jun.24   Bush calls for end to Arafat's rule
  President has urged the Palestinian people to replace Arafat, with a leader 'not compromised by terror'
Jun.26  Bush vows WorldCom inquiry Jul.9  Bush called for integrity in corporations Jul.12  Arafat sent letter to Powell Jul.17  Congress damns intelligence agencies Jul.26  US to host anti-Saddam talks Jul.28  Powell arrived Jul.31  Senat debates Iraq war fears Aug.2 White House skeptical of Iraqi offer Aug.7  U.S. distances itself from Chen remarks Aug.8  US derides Saddam's 'bluster' Aug.8  U.S., Palestinian leaders call talks 'good' Aug.9  US consults exiles on ousting Saddam Sep.4 Bush to seek Congress approval on Iraq Sep.7   Bush, Blair make case against Iraq  President and British Prime Minister said there is ample evidence that Saddam Hussein has weapons of mass destruction Sep.10 U.S. at 'high alert' Sep.11   Terror attacks 1st anniversary Map of Ground Zero USA
  At Ground Zero in New York, at the Pentagon, in a field in Pennsylvania moments of silence were observed
Sep.18  Bush, lawmakers discuss Iraq Sep.20  Bush appeals to Putin on Iraq Sep.25  U.S. to send senior envoy to North Korea Sep.26 U.S. begins push for U.N. Iraq resolution  The administration is negotiate a specific text, talking with the 4 other permanent members of Security Council Sep.26  US to tackle France on Iraq Sep.27 U.S., UK on diplomatic offensive  Senior U.S. and British diplomats are embarking on negotiations in a bid to win support for a tough U.N. resolution against Iraq Sep.27 Hundreds arrested at IMF protests Sep.28  D.C. braces for Day 2 of IMF protest Sep.30  White House: Iraq can't be trusted Oct.2  Congress boost for Bush on Iraq Oct.3  Blix called to take hard line in Iraq Oct.4  Powell: Blix talks termed very constructive Oct.10   Congress backs Bush war powers  The Senate (77-23 in favour) has followed the House of Representatives in authorising President to use force against Iraq Oct.16  Bush and Sharon meet Oct.21  Bush to try diplomacy with Iraq again Nov.5 Congress falls to Republicans
  Republicans to hold onto control of the House, apparently win in 2 gubernatorial races and closer toward control of Senate
Nov.7 Gephardt won't seek new leadership term
Nov.25 Ridge set to head Homeland Sec. Dept.   A Vietnam War veteran served as Homeland Security Adviser to the White House for a year Nov.27   Bush names Kissinger to head 9/11 probe  President named former Secretary of State to lead an independent panel to investigate U.S. intelligence failures Dec.6 Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned   Both men were asked to resign by the White House, continuing the house cleaning of the Bush's economic team Dec.13 U.S.: Iraq report 'far short' of complete Dec.15 Gore will not run for president in 2004  Former US Vice President only last month re-iterated that he was the true winner of the 2000 presidential race Dec.16 Powell: Iraq declaration has 'problems' Dec.18 Officials: Bush to declare Iraq in violation Dec.19   Powell: Declaration 'fails totally'  U.S. Secretary of State laid out the path for the United States as it continues to increase pressure on Iraq to disarm Dec.20 Lott stepping down as majority leader
  Wounded by the controversy over his racially divisive comments, Lott stepping down as Senate Republican leader
Dec.22 US rebuffs Iraq's CIA invitation