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Summary.     Click for More > 'Desperate SOS' for city Chief Justice Rehnquist dies Massive airlift rescues thousands Flood survivors expelled by force Roberts confirmed as chief justice Civil rights icon Parks dies Lewis Libby quits Cheney office 'Secret CIA flights' probed U.S. admits using white phosphorous Bush outlines Iraq 'victory plan' Nobel nominated gang leader executed Strike shuts down NYC transit system
Bush sworn in for second term 31 Marines killed in chopper crash U.S. wound reporter, killing bodyguard Terri Schiavo has died Newsweek backs off Quran story  The report that U.S. interrogators desecrated copies of the Quran blamed for sparking violent riots in Afghanistan   Michael Jackson cleared on all counts  A jury deliberated about 32 hours and acquit pop star of the child molestation, conspiracy and alcohol charges   Armstrong stamps seventh Tour win  Lance ended his storybook career in Paris by winning a record seventh consecutive Tour de France title   Discovery returns safely to Earth  The shuttle has touched down successfully at Edwards Air Force Base 54 minutes before dawn Al Qaeda claim for Red Sea attacks Katrina now Category 5 Hurricane Katrina lashes coast
Jan.20   Washington
Jan.26   Western Iraq
Mar.4   Iraq
Mar.31   Florida
May.15   Washington
Jun.13   Southern California
Jul.24   Paris
Aug.9   Southern California
Aug.19   Jordan
Aug.28   New Orleans
Aug.29   New Orleans
  1,836 people lost their lives in the hurricane and in the subsequent floods.    The costliest and one of the deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast as far as 100 miles from the storm's center. ...
Sep.1   New Orleans
Sep.3   Virginia
  New Orleans
Sep.8   New Orleans
Sep.29   U.S. Senate
Oct.24   Detroit
Oct.28   Washington
Nov.15   Spain
Nov.16   Washington
Nov.30   Washington
Dec.13   San Francisco Bay Area
Dec.20   New York





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U.S. ends search for WMD in Iraq Iraq jail abuse 'leader' guilty   Bush sworn in for second term  Bush vows to fight world tyranny. President's closest political allies around the world moved to congratulate him 31 Marines killed in chopper crash  5 troops in other incidents. Number of U.S. troops killed today is 36, the deadliest day for U.S. since the start of the war President speaks on state of nation   U.S. wound reporter, killing bodyguard  U.S. soldiers attempted to warn the occupants of a car carrying a freed Italian journalist Giuliana Sgrena Jackson's accuser in witness box Patient's feeding tube removed 10 dead in school shooting Terri Schiavo has died  The 41-year-old brain-damaged woman became the centerpiece of a national right-to-die battle 6 Americans among 11 dead in copter crash Names named in US Iraq oil report Newsweek backs off Quran story


January 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jan.3  Washington  US presidents in tsunami aid plea
Jan.12   Iraq
Jan.14   Texas
Jan.20   Washington  
Jan.26   Western Iraq  


February 2005 ... more > Top ^
Feb.2   Washington
Feb.4  London  Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda'
Feb.6  Florida  Patriots win Super Bowl over Eagles
Feb.9  Iran  Iran defiant after U.S warning
Feb.15  Washington  US warns Syria over Lebanon role
Feb.16  New York  NHL cancel season
Feb.19  Aceh  Clinton and Bush see damage
Feb.21  Belgium  Bush calls for new trans-Atlantic unity


March 2005 ... more > Top ^
Mar.4   Iraq  
Mar.9   Southern California
Mar.18   Florida
Mar.21   Minnesota
Mar.31   Florida  


April 2005 ... more > Top ^
Apr.11  Washington  Bush urges freeze on settlement
Apr.21   Iraq
Apr.25  Washington  Pentagon: No case in Italian shooting
Apr.26  Washington  Iraqi insurgency 'undiminished'


May 2005 ... more > Top ^
May.9  Georgia  Bush dances after arrival
May.11   U.S. Senate
May.15   Washington  
  The report that U.S. interrogators desecrated copies of the Quran blamed for sparking violent riots in Afghanistan
 U.S. Senate  Russians cited in oil-for-food probe May.17  Miami  Cuban 'bomber' arrested May.26  Washington  Abbas meets Bush at White House

June 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jun.3  Guantanamo  Detainees, not soldiers, flushed Quran  Singapore  Rumsfeld: China needs freer government Jun.6  Florida  Controversy over U.S. intervention plan Jun.7  Washington  US and UK 'close to Africa deal' Jun.13   Southern California     Michael Jackson cleared on all counts
  A jury deliberated about 32 hours and acquit pop star of the child molestation, conspiracy and alcohol charges
Jun.18  West Bank  Rice demands Palestinian reform Jun.26  Iraq  US holds talks with Iraq rebels Jun.27  U.S. Supreme Court  File-sharing suffers major defeat Jun.28  Afghanistan  Rescuers try to reach downed helicopter Jun.30   Afghanistan 16 bodies recovered from crash site

July 2005 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1   U.S. Supreme Court Supreme Court justice O'Connor retires
Jul.3  Washington  Bush rejects Kyoto-style G8 deal    Nasa probe strikes Comet Tempel 1 Jul.10  Florida  Dennis hits coast with 120 mph winds Jul.19  U.S. Supreme Court  Bush names Roberts to Supreme Court Jul.21  North Korea  N Korea calls for US peace treaty Jul.24   Paris     Armstrong stamps seventh Tour win
  Lance ended his storybook career in Paris by winning a record seventh consecutive Tour de France title
Jul.26   Florida Shuttle returns to space Jul.27  Florida  Nasa grounds space shuttle fleet Jul.30  Uzbekistan  US asked to leave air base

August 2005 ... more > Top ^
Aug.3  Iraq  14 Marines, civilian killed in bombing Aug.9   Southern California     Discovery returns safely to Earth
  The shuttle has touched down successfully at Edwards Air Force Base 54 minutes before dawn
Aug.12  Washington  Bush warns Iran on nuclear plans Aug.19   Jordan     Al Qaeda claim for Red Sea attacks  The Martyr Abdallah Azzam Brigades has claimed rocket attacks that targeted but missed 2 U.S. military ships  Texas  Merck punished for faulty drug Aug.28   New Orleans   Katrina now Category 5  New Orleans Mayor declared a state of emergency and ordered a mandatory evacuation of the city  New Orleans  City evacuated as storm nears Aug.29   New Orleans   Hurricane Katrina lashes coast
  1,836 people lost their lives in the hurricane and in the subsequent floods
 The costliest and one of the deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast as far as 100 miles from the storm's center. Parts of New Orleans are flooded with up to 6 feet of water after some of the pumps failed. The storm is estimated to have been responsible for $81.2 billion in damage
 New Orleans  Dozens feared dead after storm Aug.30  New Orleans  'Up to 80' dead in hurricane Aug.31  New Orleans  City evacuations under way

September 2005 ... more > Top ^
Sep.1  New Orleans  Up to 60,000 trying to flee city   New Orleans   'Desperate SOS' for city  Mayor Ray Nagin has issued a 'desperate SOS' for thousands of people stranded at the city's convention center Sep.2    Bush condemns Katrina aid effort Sep.3   Virginia   Chief Justice Rehnquist dies
  The Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court has died at his home in Virginia at the age of 80   New Orleans   Massive airlift rescues thousands
  Survivors of Hurricane Katrina are being taken to safety in what is being called the largest-ever airlift in the country Sep.4  New Orleans  Thousands of deaths predicted  New Orleans  House-to-house rescues under way Sep.5  New Orleans  Residents return Sep.6  New Orleans  Flood survivors 'must leave city' Sep.7  U.S. Congress  Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief Sep.8   New Orleans   Flood survivors expelled by force  Police backed by troops have begun to use force to remove people from their homes Sep.9  Washington  US emergency aid chief sidelined  Iraq  Tal Afar drive targets insurgents Sep.10  New Orleans  Police hunt for dead Sep.11  New York  US pauses to recall 9/11 attacks Sep.12   Washington Emergencies chief steps down Sep.15  New Orleans  Bush vows 'biggest relief effort' Sep.20   Florida Rita strengthens to hurricane  Sunni Triangle  Bombs kill 8 Americans Sep.21  Texas  Storm triggers mass evacuation Sep.22   Texas Massive traffic jams as Texans flee Rita Sep.23   Texas Evacuee bus explodes as Rita closes  New Orleans  Storm overcomes levee Sep.24  Louisiana  Rescuers comb wetlands after Rita Sep.26   Texas US soldier guilty of Iraq abuse Sep.28  Texas  Tom DeLay faces criminal charge Sep.29   U.S. Senate   Roberts confirmed as chief justice
  The Senate voted on the appointment of John Roberts as the next US Supreme Court chief justic Sep.30    CIA agent case reporter in court

October 2005 ... more > Top ^
Oct.1  Western Iraq  U.S. launches Operation Iron Fist Oct.5  U.S. Senate  Senate backs detainee rights Oct.6   New York Warning of subway threat
 Washington  Official: World not ready for flu Oct.20  Afghanistan  U.S. troops 'burnt Taliban bodies' Oct.21  California  Bush: Hariri report 'deeply disturbing' Oct.24   Florida Wilma made 3 million homes without power   Detroit   Civil rights icon Parks dies  She refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white man and inspired the modern civil rights movement Oct.26   Texas White Sox win Series over Astros Oct.28   Washington     Lewis Libby quits Cheney office  chief-of-staff to Vice President has resigned after being charged with perjury over an investigation

November 2005 ... more > Top ^
Nov.1   Washington Bush unveils pandemic flu strategy
Nov.10  Mosul  Rice on surprise visit Nov.15   Spain   'Secret CIA flights' probed  There are claims that CIA planes carrying terror suspects made secret stopovers on Spanish soil Nov.16   Washington   U.S. admits using white phosphorous   Pentagon acknowledged that U.S. troops used white phosphorous as a weapon against insurgent strongholds Nov.20  Beijing  Bush asks China to expand freedoms Nov.23  Zimbabwe  Zimbabwe officials' assets frozen by US Nov.30   Washington     Bush outlines Iraq 'victory plan'  The President has said he will not accept 'anything less than complete victory' in Iraq   Washington Report: U.S. buys positive press in Iraq

December 2005 ... more > Top ^
Dec.1   North Carolina US carries out 1,000th execution
Dec.2   Sunni Triangle 10 Marines killed near Falluja Dec.5  Berlin  Rice visits Germany amid CIA row Dec.7   Miami Man killed after bomb claim at airport Dec.8  Chicago  Jet skids off runway Dec.13   San Francisco Bay Area   Nobel nominated gang leader executed  Convicted killer and Crips gang co-founder Stanley Tookie Williams executed at the state prison  European Union  CIA abduction claims 'credible' Dec.16   Washington Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger Dec.18  Washington  Bush hails Iraqi anti-terror role Dec.19  Kabul  Cheney attends parliament ceremony   Miami Seaplane crashes off Miami Beach Dec.20   New York   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  Washington  'Intelligent design' teaching ban Dec.22   Sunni Triangle US to make Iraq troop level cuts  House of Representatives  Bush suffers Patriot Act defeat


U.S. ends search for WMD in Iraq Iraq jail abuse 'leader' guilty 31 Marines killed in chopper crash  5 troops in other incidents. Number of U.S. troops killed today is 36, the deadliest day for U.S. since the start of the war   U.S. wound reporter, killing bodyguard  U.S. soldiers attempted to warn the occupants of a car carrying a freed Italian journalist Giuliana Sgrena 6 Americans among 11 dead in copter crash 16 bodies recovered from crash site   Al Qaeda claim for Red Sea attacks  The Martyr Abdallah Azzam Brigades has claimed rocket attacks that targeted but missed 2 U.S. military ships US soldier guilty of Iraq abuse U.S. admits using white phosphorous   Pentagon acknowledged that U.S. troops used white phosphorous as a weapon against insurgent strongholds   Bush outlines Iraq 'victory plan'  The President has said he will not accept 'anything less than complete victory' in Iraq 10 Marines killed near Falluja US to make Iraq troop level cuts 31 Marines killed in chopper crash  5 troops in other incidents. Number of U.S. troops killed today is 36, the deadliest day for U.S. since the start of the war Patient's feeding tube removed 6 Americans among 11 dead in copter crash 16 bodies recovered from crash site Katrina now Category 5  New Orleans Mayor declared a state of emergency and ordered a mandatory evacuation of the city Hurricane Katrina lashes coast




United States, 2005 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2005
Jan.12   Iraq
Jan.14   Texas
Jan.26   Western Iraq
Mar.4   Iraq
Apr.21   Iraq
Apr.25  Washington  Pentagon: No case in Italian shooting
Apr.26  Washington  Iraqi insurgency 'undiminished'
Jun.3  Singapore  Rumsfeld: China needs freer government
Jun.26  Iraq  US holds talks with Iraq rebels
Jun.28  Afghanistan  Rescuers try to reach downed helicopter
Jun.30   Afghanistan
Jul.30  Uzbekistan  US asked to leave air base
Aug.3  Iraq  14 Marines, civilian killed in bombing
Aug.19   Jordan
Sep.9  Iraq  Tal Afar drive targets insurgents
Sep.20  Sunni Triangle  Bombs kill 8 Americans
Sep.26   Texas
Oct.1  Western Iraq  U.S. launches Operation Iron Fist
Oct.20  Afghanistan  U.S. troops 'burnt Taliban bodies'
Nov.16   Washington
Nov.30   Washington
Dec.2   Sunni Triangle
Dec.22   Sunni Triangle




United States, 2005 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2005
Jan.3  Washington  US presidents in tsunami aid plea
Jan.26   Western Iraq
Feb.19  Aceh  Clinton and Bush see damage
Mar.18   Florida
Apr.21   Iraq
Jun.28  Afghanistan  Rescuers try to reach downed helicopter
Jun.30   Afghanistan
Jul.10  Florida  Dennis hits coast with 120 mph winds
Jul.27  Florida  Nasa grounds space shuttle fleet
Aug.28   New Orleans
Aug.28  New Orleans  City evacuated as storm nears
Aug.29   New Orleans
  1,836 people lost their lives in the hurricane and in the subsequent floods
 The costliest and one of the deadliest hurricanes in the history of the United States. Katrina devastated the Gulf Coast as far as 100 miles from the storm's center. Parts of New Orleans are flooded with up to 6 feet of water after some of the pumps failed. The storm is estimated to have been responsible for $81.2 billion in damage
Aug.29  New Orleans  Dozens feared dead after storm Aug.30  New Orleans  'Up to 80' dead in hurricane Aug.31  New Orleans  City evacuations under way Sep.1  New Orleans  Up to 60,000 trying to flee city Sep.1   New Orleans 'Desperate SOS' for city  Mayor Ray Nagin has issued a 'desperate SOS' for thousands of people stranded at the city's convention center Sep.3   New Orleans Massive airlift rescues thousands
  Survivors of Hurricane Katrina are being taken to safety in what is being called the largest-ever airlift in the country Sep.4  New Orleans  Thousands of deaths predicted Sep.4  New Orleans  House-to-house rescues under way Sep.5  New Orleans  Residents return Sep.6  New Orleans  Flood survivors 'must leave city' Sep.10  New Orleans  Police hunt for dead Sep.20   Florida Rita strengthens to hurricane Sep.21  Texas  Storm triggers mass evacuation Sep.22   Texas Massive traffic jams as Texans flee Rita Sep.23   Texas Evacuee bus explodes as Rita closes Sep.23  New Orleans  Storm overcomes levee Sep.24  Louisiana  Rescuers comb wetlands after Rita Oct.6  Washington  Official: World not ready for flu Oct.24   Florida Wilma made 3 million homes without power Nov.1   Washington Bush unveils pandemic flu strategy Dec.8  Chicago  Jet skids off runway Dec.19   Miami Seaplane crashes off Miami Beach



United States, 2005 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2005 Jun.27  U.S. Supreme Court  File-sharing suffers major defeat Aug.19  Texas  Merck punished for faulty drug Sep.7  U.S. Congress  Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief Sep.15  New Orleans  Bush vows 'biggest relief effort' Dec.20   New York 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



United States, 2005 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2005 Feb.6  Florida  Patriots win Super Bowl over Eagles Feb.16  New York  NHL cancel season Jul.24   Paris   Armstrong stamps seventh Tour win
  Lance ended his storybook career in Paris by winning a record seventh consecutive Tour de France title
Oct.26   Texas White Sox win Series over Astros



United States, 2005 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.14   Texas Iraq jail abuse 'leader' guilty
Mar.9   Southern California Jackson's accuser in witness box Mar.21   Minnesota 10 dead in school shooting May.15  U.S. Senate  Russians cited in oil-for-food probe May.17  Miami  Cuban 'bomber' arrested Jun.3  Guantanamo  Detainees, not soldiers, flushed Quran Jun.13   Southern California   Michael Jackson cleared on all counts
  A jury deliberated about 32 hours and acquit pop star of the child molestation, conspiracy and alcohol charges
Aug.19   Jordan   Al Qaeda claim for Red Sea attacks  The Martyr Abdallah Azzam Brigades has claimed rocket attacks that targeted but missed 2 U.S. military ships Sep.26   Texas US soldier guilty of Iraq abuse Sep.28  Texas  Tom DeLay faces criminal charge Sep.30    CIA agent case reporter in court Oct.6   New York Warning of subway threat Dec.1   North Carolina US carries out 1,000th execution Dec.7   Miami Man killed after bomb claim at airport Dec.13   San Francisco Bay Area Nobel nominated gang leader executed  Convicted killer and Crips gang co-founder Stanley Tookie Williams executed at the state prison Dec.16   Washington Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger



United States, 2005 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2005 Jan.3  Washington  US presidents in tsunami aid plea Jan.20   Washington   Bush sworn in for second term  Bush vows to fight world tyranny. President's closest political allies around the world moved to congratulate him Feb.2   Washington President speaks on state of nation
Feb.4  London  Rice: Attack on Iran 'not on agenda' Feb.9  Iran  Iran defiant after U.S warning Feb.15  Washington  US warns Syria over Lebanon role Feb.19  Aceh  Clinton and Bush see damage Feb.21  Belgium  Bush calls for new trans-Atlantic unity Mar.18   Florida Patient's feeding tube removed Mar.31   Florida Terri Schiavo has died  The 41-year-old brain-damaged woman became the centerpiece of a national right-to-die battle Apr.11  Washington  Bush urges freeze on settlement May.9  Georgia  Bush dances after arrival May.11   U.S. Senate Names named in US Iraq oil report May.15   Washington Newsweek backs off Quran story
  The report that U.S. interrogators desecrated copies of the Quran blamed for sparking violent riots in Afghanistan
May.15  U.S. Senate  Russians cited in oil-for-food probe May.26  Washington  Abbas meets Bush at White House Jun.3  Guantanamo  Detainees, not soldiers, flushed Quran Jun.3  Singapore  Rumsfeld: China needs freer government Jun.6  Florida  Controversy over U.S. intervention plan Jun.7  Washington  US and UK 'close to Africa deal' Jun.18  West Bank  Rice demands Palestinian reform Jun.26  Iraq  US holds talks with Iraq rebels Jun.27  U.S. Supreme Court  File-sharing suffers major defeat Jul.1   U.S. Supreme Court Supreme Court justice O'Connor retires Jul.3  Washington  Bush rejects Kyoto-style G8 deal Jul.3    Nasa probe strikes Comet Tempel 1 Jul.19  U.S. Supreme Court  Bush names Roberts to Supreme Court Jul.21  North Korea  N Korea calls for US peace treaty Jul.26   Florida Shuttle returns to space Jul.30  Uzbekistan  US asked to leave air base Aug.9   Southern California   Discovery returns safely to Earth
  The shuttle has touched down successfully at Edwards Air Force Base 54 minutes before dawn
Aug.12  Washington  Bush warns Iran on nuclear plans Sep.2    Bush condemns Katrina aid effort Sep.3   Virginia Chief Justice Rehnquist dies
  The Chief Justice of the US Supreme Court has died at his home in Virginia at the age of 80 Sep.7  U.S. Congress  Bush seeks $50bn hurricane relief Sep.8   New Orleans Flood survivors expelled by force  Police backed by troops have begun to use force to remove people from their homes Sep.9  Washington  US emergency aid chief sidelined Sep.11  New York  US pauses to recall 9/11 attacks Sep.12   Washington Emergencies chief steps down Sep.28  Texas  Tom DeLay faces criminal charge Sep.29   U.S. Senate Roberts confirmed as chief justice  The Senate voted on the appointment of John Roberts as the next US Supreme Court chief justic Sep.30    CIA agent case reporter in court Oct.5  U.S. Senate  Senate backs detainee rights Oct.21  California  Bush: Hariri report 'deeply disturbing' Oct.24   Detroit Civil rights icon Parks dies  She refused to give up her seat on a bus to a white man and inspired the modern civil rights movement Oct.28   Washington   Lewis Libby quits Cheney office  chief-of-staff to Vice President has resigned after being charged with perjury over an investigation Nov.1   Washington Bush unveils pandemic flu strategy Nov.10  Mosul  Rice on surprise visit Nov.15   Spain 'Secret CIA flights' probed  There are claims that CIA planes carrying terror suspects made secret stopovers on Spanish soil Nov.20  Beijing  Bush asks China to expand freedoms Nov.23  Zimbabwe  Zimbabwe officials' assets frozen by US Nov.30   Washington Report: U.S. buys positive press in Iraq Dec.5  Berlin  Rice visits Germany amid CIA row Dec.13  European Union  CIA abduction claims 'credible' Dec.16   Washington Secret U.S. spy powers sparks anger Dec.18  Washington  Bush hails Iraqi anti-terror role Dec.19  Kabul  Cheney attends parliament ceremony Dec.20  Washington  'Intelligent design' teaching ban Dec.22  House of Representatives  Bush suffers Patriot Act defeat