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Mavericks advanced over Trail Blazers Anaheim ends Dallas' season with 4-3 win Seal 'caused' shuttle disaster 18 human cargo die Spurs' rout ends Lakers' three-year reign  San Antonio overpowered the tired, beat-up LA 110-82 to win the Western Conference semifinal series 4-2 Dallas advanced over Sacramento Annika Sorenstam failed to make cut  3 bogeys at The Colonial on the front nine led to a 4-over-par second round Spurs get into NBA Finals over Mavs  San Antonio defeated Dallas 90-78 to win the Western Conference finals 4-2 Spurs dominates over Nets in Game 1 Nets wins over Spurs in Game 2 Spurs take series lead Astros use 6 pitchers to no-hit Yankees Nets hold off Spurs to even Finals Spurs win Game 5 over Nets Spurs clinch NBA title over Nets Map of San Antonio Texas
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  NASA mourns, seeks answers  Investigators were working to determine what caused the shuttle Columbia to disintegrate into a trail of flaming debris   Remains found among shuttle debris  NASA will conduct its own investigation, as will the Congress, and the government is forming an independent commission   Clues sought for shuttle disaster  Nasa has vowed to leave 'no stone unturned'. police teams scoured large areas in Texas for shuttle fragments Sensors: rising temperatures on Columbia  In the final minutes something occurred on the craft's left side, significant enough to make the space craft roll to the right NASA probe progressing, assessing data  Federal investigators formed teams to undertake the task of determining what went wrong when Columbia broke apart Nasa extends shuttle search  Experts have extended their search for debris and crew remains across the western United States NASA memo warned of tile damage  The memo noted that debris striking the left wing after takeoff might have 'the potential for a large damage area to the tile' NASA remembers 'Columbia seven' Shuttle recovery teams redeployed NASA: puncture may be to blame  Engineers convinced Columbia's left wheel well was punctured, allowing super heated gas to leak into the wing NASA: debris part of shuttle wing Engineers warned of shuttle wing burning Debris suggests shuttle tires blew out Former POWs return to bases
  US will liberate Iraq, says Bush  President rallied troops, telling them that a war in Iraq would be 'not to conquer but to liberate'   Space shuttle and crew lost


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  Columbia broke up as it descended toward a planned landing, showering debris across southeastern Texas
 Those killed on the flight were commander Rick D. Husband; pilot William C. McCool; payload commander Michael P. Anderson; mission specialists David M. Brown, Kalpana Chawla and Laurel Clark; and Israel's astronaut, Ilan Ramon. The loss was caused by damage sustained during launch when a piece of insulation broke off
 
 
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  A C-17 cargo plane carrying 7 soldiers once held as prisoners of war in Iraq arrived to a cheering crowd


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  San Antonio captured the title with 1 game to spare as they overcame New Jersey 8-77 to take a 4-2 lead in the series
Jun.26   Supreme Court overturns gay sex ban
  By 6-3 decision court has struck down a ban on homosexual sex in Texas


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Jul.4 3 missing in fireworks blast
Jul.11     Enron creditors 'to lose four fifths'  Creditors of bankrupt energy trader will receive less than a fifth of what they are owed, under a reorganisation plan Jul.13     Armstrong took lead Tour de France  Mayo of Spain won the legendary L'Alpe d'Huez stage. Armstrong finished third Hurricane alert Jul.15 Claudette weakens to tropical storm Jul.21 Bush, Berlusconi in ranch talks Armstrong wins Tour stage Jul.26     Armstrong closes on Tour title  The American leads second-placed Jan Ullrich by 76 seconds. Britain's David Millar won the 49km stage Jul.27     Armstrong wins 5th Tour
  The 31-year-old Texan becomes only the 2nd rider to win 5 Tours in a row and one of 5 men to have won 5 Tours in total


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Aug.10     Space wedding  The wedding has taken place with the groom orbiting the Earth and the bride on the ground

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Sep.15 Cundiff sparks Cowboys

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Nov.12 Agassi downs Ferrero
Nov.13 Roddick loses to Schuettler at Masters Nov.14 Federer demolishes sorry Ferrero Nov.15 Federer cruises past Roddick Nov.17     Federer rolls to Masters Cup crown  Wimbledon champion finished the season in style by thrashing Andre Agassi 6-3 6-0 6-4 Nov.22   Thousands pay tribute to Kennedy  Dallas marked the 40th anniversary of the assassination there of United States President





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  US will liberate Iraq, says Bush  President rallied troops, telling them that a war in Iraq would be 'not to conquer but to liberate' Former POWs return to bases




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  A C-17 cargo plane carrying 7 soldiers once held as prisoners of war in Iraq arrived to a cheering crowd




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2003 Feb.1   Space shuttle and crew lost
  Columbia broke up as it descended toward a planned landing, showering debris across southeastern Texas
 Those killed on the flight were commander Rick D. Husband; pilot William C. McCool; payload commander Michael P. Anderson; mission specialists David M. Brown, Kalpana Chawla and Laurel Clark; and Israel's astronaut, Ilan Ramon. The loss was caused by damage sustained during launch when a piece of insulation broke off
Feb.1   NASA mourns, seeks answers  Investigators were working to determine what caused the shuttle Columbia to disintegrate into a trail of flaming debris Feb.1   Remains found among shuttle debris  NASA will conduct its own investigation, as will the Congress, and the government is forming an independent commission Feb.2   Clues sought for shuttle disaster
  Nasa has vowed to leave 'no stone unturned'. police teams scoured large areas in Texas for shuttle fragments Feb.2 Sensors: rising temperatures on Columbia
  In the final minutes something occurred on the craft's left side, significant enough to make the space craft roll to the right Feb.2 NASA probe progressing, assessing data  Federal investigators formed teams to undertake the task of determining what went wrong when Columbia broke apart Feb.3 Nasa extends shuttle search
  Experts have extended their search for debris and crew remains across the western United States Feb.4 NASA memo warned of tile damage  The memo noted that debris striking the left wing after takeoff might have 'the potential for a large damage area to the tile' Feb.9 Shuttle recovery teams redeployed Feb.13 NASA: puncture may be to blame  Engineers convinced Columbia's left wheel well was punctured, allowing super heated gas to leak into the wing Feb.25 NASA: debris part of shuttle wing Feb.26 Engineers warned of shuttle wing burning Mar.5 Debris suggests shuttle tires blew out May.6 Seal 'caused' shuttle disaster May.14 18 human cargo die Jul.4 3 missing in fireworks blast Jul.13 Hurricane alert Jul.15 Claudette weakens to tropical storm



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2003 Jul.11   Enron creditors 'to lose four fifths'  Creditors of bankrupt energy trader will receive less than a fifth of what they are owed, under a reorganisation plan



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2003 May.4 Mavericks advanced over Trail Blazers
May.5 Anaheim ends Dallas' season with 4-3 win May.15 Spurs' rout ends Lakers' three-year reign  San Antonio overpowered the tired, beat-up LA 110-82 to win the Western Conference semifinal series 4-2 May.17 Dallas advanced over Sacramento May.23 Annika Sorenstam failed to make cut  3 bogeys at The Colonial on the front nine led to a 4-over-par second round May.29 Spurs get into NBA Finals over Mavs  San Antonio defeated Dallas 90-78 to win the Western Conference finals 4-2 Jun.4 Spurs dominates over Nets in Game 1 Jun.6 Nets wins over Spurs in Game 2 Jun.8 Spurs take series lead Jun.11 Astros use 6 pitchers to no-hit Yankees Jun.11 Nets hold off Spurs to even Finals Jun.13 Spurs win Game 5 over Nets Jun.15 Spurs clinch NBA title over Nets Map of San Antonio Texas
  San Antonio captured the title with 1 game to spare as they overcame New Jersey 8-77 to take a 4-2 lead in the series
Jul.13   Armstrong took lead Tour de France  Mayo of Spain won the legendary L'Alpe d'Huez stage. Armstrong finished third Jul.21 Armstrong wins Tour stage Jul.26   Armstrong closes on Tour title  The American leads second-placed Jan Ullrich by 76 seconds. Britain's David Millar won the 49km stage Jul.27   Armstrong wins 5th Tour
  The 31-year-old Texan becomes only the 2nd rider to win 5 Tours in a row and one of 5 men to have won 5 Tours in total
Sep.15 Cundiff sparks Cowboys
Nov.12 Agassi downs Ferrero Nov.13 Roddick loses to Schuettler at Masters Nov.14 Federer demolishes sorry Ferrero Nov.15 Federer cruises past Roddick Nov.17   Federer rolls to Masters Cup crown  Wimbledon champion finished the season in style by thrashing Andre Agassi 6-3 6-0 6-4



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2003 Jun.26 Supreme Court overturns gay sex ban
  By 6-3 decision court has struck down a ban on homosexual sex in Texas




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2003 Feb.4 NASA remembers 'Columbia seven' Jun.26 Supreme Court overturns gay sex ban
  By 6-3 decision court has struck down a ban on homosexual sex in Texas
Jul.21 Bush, Berlusconi in ranch talks Aug.10   Space wedding  The wedding has taken place with the groom orbiting the Earth and the bride on the ground Nov.22 Thousands pay tribute to Kennedy  Dallas marked the 40th anniversary of the assassination there of United States President