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Bush calls for changes on illegal workers   Bush unveils vision for moon and beyond  An ambitious plan is to return Americans to the moon by 2020 for future manned trips to Mars Kay: No evidence Iraq stockpiled WMDs  Former chief U.S. inspector said U.S. intelligence services owe President Bush an explanation Bush wants 'facts' on Iraqi WMD   Bush launches Iraq WMD commission  President appointed a bipartisan commission to 'figure out why' intelligence failed regarding Saddam's WMDs Bush: WMD greatest threat to humanity Caucus plan for Iraq shelved Bush urges unity against terror Bush marks 1-year anniversary of war 9/11 panel holds public hearing Former terror chief slams Bush  Richard Clarke has said the government did not consider terrorism to be an urgent threat before September 11   Bush welcomes NATO's new seven  U.S. President has formally welcomed the addition of 7 new members to the alliance Powell admits Iraq evidence mistake   Rice: Al Qaeda not flagged as threat  National security adviser testified that there was 'no silver bullet' that could have stopped 9/11 Bush says US stands firm on Iraq FBI 'failed to connect terror warnings'   Bush praises Sharon's pullout proposal  President endorsed an Israeli plan, but denied the United States was taking sides in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict Bush, Blair affirm June 30 Iraq handover Iraq prison abuse sparks outrage


January 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jan.7
Jan.14  
Jan.16  Bremer, Bush meet on Iraq
Jan.20  Bush made State of the Union address
Jan.23  US chief Iraq arms expert quits
Jan.25  
Jan.30


February 2004 ... more > Top ^
Feb.1  Bush to order WMD intelligence inquiry
Feb.5  CIA denies pressure over Iraq
Feb.6  
Feb.8  Bush sets case as 'war president'
Feb.9  US reveals 'al-Qaeda Iraq plot'
Feb.11
Feb.20
Feb.23  Bush goes on anti-Democrat attack
Feb.24  Bush calls for gay marriage ban
 First Guantanamo inmates charged
Feb.26  Washington lifts Libya travel ban
Feb.27  US warns Haiti head on violence


March 2004 ... more > Top ^
Mar.10  Sniper Malvo sentenced to life
Mar.16
 Powell on trip amid offensive
Mar.19
Mar.23
 Bush 'aware' of al-Qaeda threats
Mar.24  CIA boss backs Bush over al-Qaeda
 
Mar.28  Hamas chief attacks 'enemy Bush'
Mar.29  
Mar.30  White House U-turn on 9/11 inquiry


April 2004 ... more > Top ^
Apr.3
Apr.5  US considers Iraq reinforcements
Apr.6  US resolve in Iraq 'unshakable'
Apr.8  
Apr.10  Bush briefing warned of al Qaeda
Apr.13
Apr.14  Tenet: U.S. 'unprotected' on 9/11
 Pentagon to extend soldiers' tours
 
Apr.16
Apr.23  U.S. lifts most sanctions against Libya
Apr.26  US sets limits to Iraqi self-rule
Apr.29  Bush undergoes 9/11 questioning
Apr.30  
  A coalition military spokesman is 'disgusted' by photographs that apparently show U.S. soldiers abusing detainees


May 2004 ... more > Top ^
May.3  US diplomats launch Bush attack May.4     Bush appeal to Arabs in abuse row
  US President is to appear on Arab TV channels to regain trust after US forces were caught in an abuse scandal May.5  Source: Bush unhappy with defense chief White House apologises for abuses May.6  Rumsfeld to form abuse probe panel May.7     Rumsfeld apologizes  Defense Secretary offered his deepest apology for the abuse of Iraqi prisoners by their U.S. captors May.8 Bush: Delay for Palestinian state May.10  Bush 'disgust' over new photos May.11  Commanders blamed for Iraq abuse  US pledges to catch Berg killers May.12 New abuse photos are 'even worse' May.15  Report: Rumsfeld policy allowed abuse May.26 US warns al-Qaeda set to attack May.27 U.S. indict British Muslim cleric

June 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jun.1  Bush praises new Iraqi government Jun.3     Tenet resigns as CIA director
  George Tenet is citing personal reasons, President Bush said. Deputy Director McLaughlin will become the acting chief  Bush slams Howard opponent on Iraq Jun.4  Rumsfeld warns of more Iraq attacks Jun.9  Reagan's body lies in state Jun.10  US U-turn on upbeat terror report Jun.11   World bids farewell to Reagan  Flag-draped coffin began the journey from the U.S. Capitol to Washington National Cathedral Jun.16   Probe rules out Iraq-9/11 links  The panel investigating the 9/11 attacks found that there was 'no credible evidence that Iraq and al Qaeda cooperated'  Al-Qaeda 'targeted 10 US sites' Jun.17  9/11 probe: Air defense ill-prepared Jun.24  Powell confronts Iraq escalation Jun.25  Bush: Iraq war not inciting terrorists

July 2004 ... more > Top ^
Jul.7  Panels to review Gitmo detentions Jul.9   CIA slammed for Iraq intelligence  In its 500-page report, senators have severely criticised the CIA for the quality of its pre-war intelligence  Bush defends stance on WMDs Jul.14  Ban on same-sex marriage failed in Senate Jul.20  U.S. probes possible Iran links to 9/11 Jul.21  Video shows 9/11 security check Jul.22   911 panel report: 'Failure of imagination'
  The 570-page, 14-chapter report offers recommendations for reforming security agencies to fight terrorism
 911 report: We must act  Bush welcomes 9/11 report Jul.23 Congress calls Darfur crisis 'genocide' Jul.30  Bush and Kerry hit campaign trail

August 2004 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1   Threat level raised at key financial sites
  The U.S. raised the level to high for the financial services sector of New York City, northern New Jersey and Washington Aug.2  Bush warns of 'nation in danger' Aug.3  Ridge defends new terror warning Aug.10 Bush appoints new CIA director
Aug.16 Shake-up for US troops overseas Aug.17  Critics slam U.S. troops pullout Aug.24 Abu Ghraib report attacks 'chaos'

September 2004 ... more > Top ^
Sep.9     Powell declares genocide in Sudan  The Secretary of State has said the killings in Darfur region constitute genocide Sep.11 September 11 remembered
Sep.13  Kerry on attack over weapons ban Sep.14  Iraq rebuilding funds shifted to security Sep.20  Kerry and Bush square off on Iraq Sep.23   Iraq PM thanks U.S.
  Interim Iraqi Prime Minister Ayad Allawi is laying out his government's aspirations to a joint meeting of Congress
 Violence 'may limit Iraqi poll' Sep.24  Iraq poll plans spark new US row Sep.26  Powell: Insurgency in Iraq 'intensifying'

October 2004 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1  US urges Israel to show restraint Oct.4  Rumsfeld questions Saddam-Laden link Oct.6  Report concludes no WMD in Iraq Oct.7 Iraq war debate fuelled by report Oct.30  Tom Ridge: Vote without fear

November 2004 ... more > Top ^
Nov.2 Senate chief Daschle loses seat
  Bush re-elected
  In Ohio Kerry trailed Bush by about 104,000 votes out of just over 5 million cast -- 48% to 51%
 George W Bush projected himself during the campaign as the strong leader who could defend the U.S. in a time of war
Nov.3 President Bush declares victory 'historic'  World leaders congratulate Bush Nov.9 Attorney general Ashcroft quits cabinet Nov.12     Bush, Blair hail Mid-East peace hope  US President and British Prime Minister have said a new opportunity has emerged to forge a lasting peace Nov.13  Cheney taken to hospital for tests Nov.15     Rice to replace Colin Powell
  Stephen Hadley will be promoted to national security adviser
Nov.21  Powell on fresh Mid-East mission

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Dec.3 Bush Keeps Rumsfeld, Names Kerik Dec.8   Congress Approves Intelligence Bill  The Congress is sending the bill that creates a new director of national intelligence demanded after Sept. 11 to Bush Dec.11  Kerik withdraw his nomination Dec.20  Bush says Iraqi troops not ready Dec.21  Bush vows to pursue Iraq mission Dec.22  Rumsfeld pressed over Mosul blast Dec.29     US forms quake relief coalition  The US, Australia, Japan and India have formed a coalition to lead aid efforts after the Indian Ocean sea surges Dec.31 US pledges $350m in tsunami aid