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Olympic bid gathers pace Officials: No evidence of NY plot Martha Stewart freed from prison Ebbers guilty of Worldcom fraud  Former telecoms giant chief executive has been convicted in connection with the 2002 collapse Damaged cruise ship back Spain to try 9/11 terror suspects   Call to nuclear powers to disarm  The nuclear powers are set to face calls to speed up disarmament as a conference on nuclear control opens Babies inherit 9/11 mums' stress Blasts at UK Consulate Toney stripped of WBA world title Tyco two guilty of stealing $150m Oil price hits $60 a barrel level Billy Graham leads 'last' rally Revised Freedom Tower unveiled Reporter jailed in CIA trial Worldcom's ex-boss gets 25 years Veteran newsreader Peter Jennings dies  Canadian-born, who read the news to Americans in 5 separate decades, has died at the age of 67 City releases 9/11 documents  The city has released thousands of fire department files from the attacks on the World Trade Center Kuznetsova beaten in opening round Roddick frustrated by Gilles Muller Agassi back from the dead   Pierce, Clijsters advance to women's final  Pierce gutted out a 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 victory over Dementieva. Clijsters is overcoming Sharapova 6-2, 6-7 (4), 6-3 Agassi reaches a sixth U.S. final  7nth seed outlasted unseeded American Robby Ginepri 6-4 5-7 6-3 4-6 6-3 Clijsters claims first grand slam Map of Queens New York  Belgium's Kim Clijsters made a 6-3 6-1 victory over 12th seed Mary Pierce of France   Federer beating Hewitt in semi-final  World number one is beating third seed Lleyton Hewitt of Australia 6-3 7-6 4-6 6-3 US pauses to recall 9/11 attacks
Struggling Steelers stave off Jets in OT P&G close to $54B Gillette deal Giambi sorry over steroid saga NHL cancel season


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Jan.2  St. Louis clinches playoff spot over Jets
Jan.8  Jets edge San Diego in overtime
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  The NHL canceled the remainder of the season after last-ditch offers were rejected on the final day of negotiations
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  A memorial service to mark the attacks has been taking place at the former site of New York's World Trade Center
 
  World number beat the American 6-3 2-6 7-6 6-1 and retain his U.S. Open title
Sep.13     Hu, Bush discuss NK's nuclear plan  U.S. President and his Chinese counterpart have reaffirmed their opposition to a nuclear program in North Korea Sep.15     Iranian leader meets EU ministers  President Ahmadinejad has met 3 leading EU foreign ministers amid concern about Tehran's nuclear ambitions

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Oct.1 Yankees clinch American League East title
Oct.2   21 elderly tourists die on lake  The Ethan Allen, a boat in NY state, has capsized and sunk. The majority of the 47 passengers were Canadians Oct.6   Warning of subway threat
  Security is being stepped up on underground railway network as officials have received a 'credible security threat'
Oct.10 Angels rally past Yanks 5-3, head to ALCS


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Nov.6 Tergan, Prokopcuka win Marathon
Nov.9   CIA leak probe reporter resigns  The New York Times' Judith Miller who went to jail for refusing to reveal her sources has retired from her job

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Dec.6     Cheney: Terrorists win if we leave Iraq  Vice President argued against an early withdrawal of U.S. forces, saying that would be unwise in the extreme Dec.7 Woods is voted player of the year
Dec.17 Denver seals berth Dec.20   Strike shuts down NYC transit system
  Millions of passengers are having to find a new way of getting to work and do their holiday shopping
  Strike union fined $1m a day  A judge has imposed a $1m per day fine on NY transport union for a strike that has brought city to a standstill Damon leaves for Yanks' $52M deal Dec.21   NYC in day two without transport  New Yorkers made a below-freezing trek to work as the citywide transit strike has halted the transportation system   Strikers threatened with jail  A judge has threatened to jail 3 union leaders who called a strike of city public transport workers Dec.22   Transport workers end strike
  Transport union leaders voted to end a 3-day strike that forced millions of commuters to walk, cycle, skate Dec.29 Armstrong claims top U.S. accolade Dec.31   Million in Times Square welcome in 2006
  They watch the famous electrified Waterford crystal ball drop during the last minute of 2005





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  Call to nuclear powers to disarm  The nuclear powers are set to face calls to speed up disarmament as a conference on nuclear control opens Damaged cruise ship back Babies inherit 9/11 mums' stress 21 elderly tourists die on lake  The Ethan Allen, a boat in NY state, has capsized and sunk. The majority of the 47 passengers were Canadians P&G close to $54B Gillette deal Ebbers guilty of Worldcom fraud  Former telecoms giant chief executive has been convicted in connection with the 2002 collapse Damaged cruise ship back Tyco two guilty of stealing $150m Oil price hits $60 a barrel level Worldcom's ex-boss gets 25 years Strike shuts down NYC transit system




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  Millions of passengers are having to find a new way of getting to work and do their holiday shopping
Dec.20 Strike union fined $1m a day  A judge has imposed a $1m per day fine on NY transport union for a strike that has brought city to a standstill Dec.21 NYC in day two without transport  New Yorkers made a below-freezing trek to work as the citywide transit strike has halted the transportation system Dec.21 Strikers threatened with jail  A judge has threatened to jail 3 union leaders who called a strike of city public transport workers Dec.22 Transport workers end strike  Transport union leaders voted to end a 3-day strike that forced millions of commuters to walk, cycle, skate



New York, 2005 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.2  St. Louis clinches playoff spot over Jets Jan.8  Jets edge San Diego in overtime Jan.15 Struggling Steelers stave off Jets in OT
Feb.10 Giambi sorry over steroid saga Feb.16 NHL cancel season
  The NHL canceled the remainder of the season after last-ditch offers were rejected on the final day of negotiations
Feb.21 Olympic bid gathers pace May.11 Toney stripped of WBA world title Aug.29 Kuznetsova beaten in opening round Aug.30 Roddick frustrated by Gilles Muller Sep.7 Agassi back from the dead Sep.9   Pierce, Clijsters advance to women's final  Pierce gutted out a 3-6, 6-2, 6-2 victory over Dementieva. Clijsters is overcoming Sharapova 6-2, 6-7 (4), 6-3 Sep.10 Agassi reaches a sixth U.S. final  7nth seed outlasted unseeded American Robby Ginepri 6-4 5-7 6-3 4-6 6-3 Sep.10 Clijsters claims first grand slam Map of Queens New York  Belgium's Kim Clijsters made a 6-3 6-1 victory over 12th seed Mary Pierce of France Sep.10   Federer beating Hewitt in semi-final  World number one is beating third seed Lleyton Hewitt of Australia 6-3 7-6 4-6 6-3 Sep.11   Federer fights off brave Agassi Map of Queens New York
  World number beat the American 6-3 2-6 7-6 6-1 and retain his U.S. Open title
Oct.1 Yankees clinch American League East title Oct.10 Angels rally past Yanks 5-3, head to ALCS Nov.6 Tergan, Prokopcuka win Marathon Dec.7 Woods is voted player of the year Dec.17 Denver seals berth Dec.20 Damon leaves for Yanks' $52M deal Dec.29 Armstrong claims top U.S. accolade



New York, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Mar.2 Officials: No evidence of NY plot
Mar.3 Martha Stewart freed from prison Mar.15 Ebbers guilty of Worldcom fraud  Former telecoms giant chief executive has been convicted in connection with the 2002 collapse Apr.21 Spain to try 9/11 terror suspects May.5 Blasts at UK Consulate Jun.17 Tyco two guilty of stealing $150m Jul.6 Reporter jailed in CIA trial Jul.13 Worldcom's ex-boss gets 25 years Oct.6 Warning of subway threat
  Security is being stepped up on underground railway network as officials have received a 'credible security threat'
Dec.21 Strikers threatened with jail  A judge has threatened to jail 3 union leaders who called a strike of city public transport workers



New York, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 May.1   Call to nuclear powers to disarm  The nuclear powers are set to face calls to speed up disarmament as a conference on nuclear control opens Jun.24 Billy Graham leads 'last' rally
Jun.29 Revised Freedom Tower unveiled Jul.6 Reporter jailed in CIA trial Aug.7 Veteran newsreader Peter Jennings dies  Canadian-born, who read the news to Americans in 5 separate decades, has died at the age of 67 Aug.12 City releases 9/11 documents  The city has released thousands of fire department files from the attacks on the World Trade Center Sep.11 US pauses to recall 9/11 attacks
  A memorial service to mark the attacks has been taking place at the former site of New York's World Trade Center
Sep.13   Hu, Bush discuss NK's nuclear plan  U.S. President and his Chinese counterpart have reaffirmed their opposition to a nuclear program in North Korea Sep.15   Iranian leader meets EU ministers  President Ahmadinejad has met 3 leading EU foreign ministers amid concern about Tehran's nuclear ambitions Nov.9 CIA leak probe reporter resigns  The New York Times' Judith Miller who went to jail for refusing to reveal her sources has retired from her job Dec.6   Cheney: Terrorists win if we leave Iraq  Vice President argued against an early withdrawal of U.S. forces, saying that would be unwise in the extreme Dec.20 Strike union fined $1m a day  A judge has imposed a $1m per day fine on NY transport union for a strike that has brought city to a standstill Dec.31 Million in Times Square welcome in 2006  They watch the famous electrified Waterford crystal ball drop during the last minute of 2005