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Young, Horns win epic Rose Bowl Disney buys Pixar in $7.4bn deal Google censors itself for China Bush details foiled al Qaeda attack on LA Japan beats Cuba in baseball final Immigrants stage boycott day  Up to a million immigrants have joined a day of nationwide action to protest against proposed immigration reform Bonds equals Ruth with 714th homer Edmonton eliminate Ducks Bonds passes Ruth, trails only Aaron   Mel Gibson charged with drink-driving  The Oscar-winner, Hollywood actor and director made anti-Semitic remarks   Congress OKs 700 miles of Mexico fence   Republicans are authorizing a fence along 1/3 of the Mexico border and making a $1.2 billion down payment on it Google buys YouTube for $1.65bn   Google is buying video-sharing website for $1.65bn in shares. The companies will continue to operate independently Tigers in World Series over A's 4 firefighters died in fire Marine enters plea in Iraq case Britney Spears files for divorce Arnold Trounces Angelides For 2nd Term Veteran western star Palance dies Michael Jackson returns to stage Film director Robert Altman dies LA diocese settles abuse claims Animator Joseph Barbera dies Gerald Ford dies
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  Born in 1913 he was the 38th (19741977) President and the first appointed to the VP under the 25th Amendment.    Former US President has died aged 93, former First Lady Betty Ford has said. Gerald Rudolph Ford, Jr. became the first (and to date, only) president...





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Young, Horns win epic Rose Bowl  The No. 2 Longhorns stunned No. 1 Southern California 41-38 Elderly killer put to death Chili-Finger Couple Receives 9 years   Disney buys Pixar in $7.4bn deal  Disney has agreed a $7.4bn deal to buy the animation firm behind films including Toy Story and The Incredibles Google censors itself for China  Leading internet search company has agreed to censor some of its services to satisfy Beijing's restrictions Hoffman, Witherspoon win at SAG Ex-postal employee kills 6 Early Grammy success for Mariah   Bush details foiled al Qaeda attack on LA  The attackers would have flown the plane into the Los Angeles tallest building Execution held off Best picture goes to 'Crash'   Japan beats Cuba in baseball final  Japan beat Cuba 10-6 in the championship game at the inaugural World Baseball Classic Disney puts shows online for free San Francisco marks major quake Immigrants stage boycott day


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Jan.2  Floods submerge farms
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Jan.22  Kobe Bryant scores 81 points
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 Woods wins fourth Buick Invitational title
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Feb.19  Murray claims 1st win at SAP Open
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Mar.7  Book details how Bonds used steroids
Mar.14  Hingis wins rivalry with Davenport
Mar.18  Sharapova gets Indian Wells title
Mar.19  Federer secures third title in row
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Apr.1  Florida, UCLA to meet for championship
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Apr.13  Bonds may be subject of perjury probe
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  Up to a million immigrants have joined a day of nationwide action to protest against proposed immigration reform
 Iin 'A Day Without Immigrants' the immigrants boycotted work and school and avoided spending money to show their worth to the economy. In Chicago 400,000 people marched through the streets
May.3  Tiger Woods' father Earl dies, 74 May.11  Mighty Ducks sweep Avalanche 4-1 May.17  Sharks busted by Oilers May.20     Bonds equals Ruth with 714th homer  Barry Bonds is smashing his career homer to join the New York Yankees legend in second place on the all-time list May.27     Edmonton eliminate Ducks  The 8th-seeded Oilers won the conference finals 4-1 and will play for the Stanley Cup May.28     Bonds passes Ruth, trails only Aaron  Barry Bonds hit his 715th home run to slip past Babe Ruth

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Jun.23 TV legend Aaron Spelling dies

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Jul.5 Tongan Royal Family Members Killed
Jul.17 Storms push firefighters off front lines Jul.23 California roasts in record-breaking heat Jul.24 Newly crowned Miss Universe faints Jul.28     Mel Gibson charged with drink-driving
  The Oscar-winner, Hollywood actor and director made anti-Semitic remarks


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Aug.2 Gibson faces drink-drive charges Aug.12 Disney proceeds with Gibson film Aug.13  Maskaev stuns Rahman to win WBC title Aug.20 JonBenet suspect lands back in US Aug.23 'Ethical' stem cell lines created Aug.24 Journalist brother: Captives are powerless Aug.25 Former Ukraine PM is jailed Aug.27 Emmy best drama and actor for 24 Aug.29 SUV Driver Runs Over 16 People, 1 Dead Aug.30 California set to cap emissions

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Sep.12 Apple targets TV and film market
Sep.20 State sues car firms on climate Sep.30     Congress OKs 700 miles of Mexico fence
  Republicans are authorizing a fence along 1/3 of the Mexico border and making a $1.2 billion down payment on it


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Oct.6  A's complete sweep of Twins Oct.8  Mets top Dodgers to earn playoff sweep  Cardinals eliminate Padres Oct.9   Google buys YouTube for $1.65bn
  Google is buying video-sharing website for $1.65bn in shares. The companies will continue to operate independently.    YouTube, launched in February 2005, h...
Oct.14   Tigers in World Series over A's
  Magglio Ordonez sent the A's packing with a 3-run homer in the bottom of the 9nth Oct.25 iTunes copy protection 'cracked' Madonna attacks adoption coverage Oct.27   4 firefighters died in fire   5-man Forest Service crew was trying to protect a house from the fire, which was deliberately set near Palm Springs

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Nov.6   Marine enters plea in Iraq case  Lance Cpl. Tyler A. Jackson, 23, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and conspiracy to obstruct justice Nov.7   Britney Spears files for divorce  Pop star and her husband, Kevin Federline, have filed for divorce in Los Angeles     Arnold Trounces Angelides For 2nd Term  Schwarzenegger claimed a decisive victory over Democrat Phil Angelides, capping a yearlong comeback Nov.10   Veteran western star Palance dies  Veteran actor Jack Palance starred in the classic western Shane and the comedy City Slickers. He was 87 Nov.15     Michael Jackson returns to stage   Singer has performed at the World Music Awards ceremony despite telling reporters he was not going to Nov.21   Film director Robert Altman dies   The director of MASH, Nashville, Gosford Park and The Player has died at the age of 81

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Dec.1   LA diocese settles abuse claims  The largest Roman Catholic diocese in the US has agreed to pay $60m to settle lawsuits alleging sexual abuse Dec.18   Animator Joseph Barbera dies  Hanna-Barbera animation team produced such characters as Tom and Jerry, Yogi Bear and the Flintstones Dec.26   Gerald Ford dies
  Born in 1913 he was the 38th (19741977) President and the first appointed to the VP under the 25th Amendment
 Former US President has died aged 93, former First Lady Betty Ford has said. Gerald Rudolph Ford, Jr. became the first (and to date, only) president in U.S. history to fill that office without having been elected either President or Vice-President. Ford had become the longest-living US president



Marine enters plea in Iraq case  Lance Cpl. Tyler A. Jackson, 23, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and conspiracy to obstruct justice Tongan Royal Family Members Killed Storms push firefighters off front lines California roasts in record-breaking heat SUV Driver Runs Over 16 People, 1 Dead California set to cap emissions State sues car firms on climate 4 firefighters died in fire   5-man Forest Service crew was trying to protect a house from the fire, which was deliberately set near Palm Springs   Disney buys Pixar in $7.4bn deal  Disney has agreed a $7.4bn deal to buy the animation firm behind films including Toy Story and The Incredibles Hoffman, Witherspoon win at SAG Early Grammy success for Mariah Best picture goes to 'Crash' Disney puts shows online for free TV legend Aaron Spelling dies Newly crowned Miss Universe faints   Mel Gibson charged with drink-driving




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  The Oscar-winner, Hollywood actor and director made anti-Semitic remarks
Aug.12 Disney proceeds with Gibson film Aug.23 'Ethical' stem cell lines created Aug.27 Emmy best drama and actor for 24 Sep.12 Apple targets TV and film market Sep.20 State sues car firms on climate Oct.9 Google buys YouTube for $1.65bn
  Google is buying video-sharing website for $1.65bn in shares. The companies will continue to operate independently.    YouTube, launched in February 2005, h...
Oct.25 iTunes copy protection 'cracked' Oct.25 Madonna attacks adoption coverage Nov.7 Britney Spears files for divorce  Pop star and her husband, Kevin Federline, have filed for divorce in Los Angeles Nov.10 Veteran western star Palance dies  Veteran actor Jack Palance starred in the classic western Shane and the comedy City Slickers. He was 87 Nov.15   Michael Jackson returns to stage   Singer has performed at the World Music Awards ceremony despite telling reporters he was not going to Nov.21 Film director Robert Altman dies   The director of MASH, Nashville, Gosford Park and The Player has died at the age of 81 Dec.18 Animator Joseph Barbera dies  Hanna-Barbera animation team produced such characters as Tom and Jerry, Yogi Bear and the Flintstones



California, 2006 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2006 Jan.4 Young, Horns win epic Rose Bowl  The No. 2 Longhorns stunned No. 1 Southern California 41-38 Jan.22  Kobe Bryant scores 81 points Jan.29  Woods wins fourth Buick Invitational title Feb.19  Murray claims 1st win at SAP Open Mar.7  Book details how Bonds used steroids Mar.14  Hingis wins rivalry with Davenport Mar.18  Sharapova gets Indian Wells title Mar.19  Federer secures third title in row Mar.20   Japan beats Cuba in baseball final  Japan beat Cuba 10-6 in the championship game at the inaugural World Baseball Classic Apr.1  Florida, UCLA to meet for championship Apr.13  Bonds may be subject of perjury probe May.3  Tiger Woods' father Earl dies, 74 May.11  Mighty Ducks sweep Avalanche 4-1 May.17  Sharks busted by Oilers May.20   Bonds equals Ruth with 714th homer  Barry Bonds is smashing his career homer to join the New York Yankees legend in second place on the all-time list May.27   Edmonton eliminate Ducks
  The 8th-seeded Oilers won the conference finals 4-1 and will play for the Stanley Cup May.28   Bonds passes Ruth, trails only Aaron
  Barry Bonds hit his 715th home run to slip past Babe Ruth Aug.13  Maskaev stuns Rahman to win WBC title Oct.6  A's complete sweep of Twins Oct.8  Mets top Dodgers to earn playoff sweep Oct.8  Cardinals eliminate Padres Oct.14 Tigers in World Series over A's  Magglio Ordonez sent the A's packing with a 3-run homer in the bottom of the 9nth



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2006 Jan.17 Elderly killer put to death
Jan.18 Chili-Finger Couple Receives 9 years Jan.31 Ex-postal employee kills 6 Feb.9   Bush details foiled al Qaeda attack on LA  The attackers would have flown the plane into the Los Angeles tallest building Feb.21 Execution held off Apr.13  Bonds may be subject of perjury probe Jul.28   Mel Gibson charged with drink-driving
  The Oscar-winner, Hollywood actor and director made anti-Semitic remarks
Aug.2 Gibson faces drink-drive charges Aug.20 JonBenet suspect lands back in US Aug.24 Journalist brother: Captives are powerless Aug.25 Former Ukraine PM is jailed Aug.29 SUV Driver Runs Over 16 People, 1 Dead Sep.20 State sues car firms on climate Oct.27 4 firefighters died in fire   5-man Forest Service crew was trying to protect a house from the fire, which was deliberately set near Palm Springs Nov.6 Marine enters plea in Iraq case  Lance Cpl. Tyler A. Jackson, 23, pleaded guilty to aggravated assault and conspiracy to obstruct justice Dec.1 LA diocese settles abuse claims  The largest Roman Catholic diocese in the US has agreed to pay $60m to settle lawsuits alleging sexual abuse



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2006 Jan.24 Google censors itself for China  Leading internet search company has agreed to censor some of its services to satisfy Beijing's restrictions Apr.18 San Francisco marks major quake
May.1 Immigrants stage boycott day
  Up to a million immigrants have joined a day of nationwide action to protest against proposed immigration reform
 Iin 'A Day Without Immigrants' the immigrants boycotted work and school and avoided spending money to show their worth to the economy. In Chicago 400,000 people marched through the streets
Jul.5 Tongan Royal Family Members Killed Aug.30 California set to cap emissions Sep.30   Congress OKs 700 miles of Mexico fence
  Republicans are authorizing a fence along 1/3 of the Mexico border and making a $1.2 billion down payment on it
Nov.7   Arnold Trounces Angelides For 2nd Term  Schwarzenegger claimed a decisive victory over Democrat Phil Angelides, capping a yearlong comeback Dec.1 LA diocese settles abuse claims  The largest Roman Catholic diocese in the US has agreed to pay $60m to settle lawsuits alleging sexual abuse Dec.26 Gerald Ford dies
  Born in 1913 he was the 38th (19741977) President and the first appointed to the VP under the 25th Amendment
 Former US President has died aged 93, former First Lady Betty Ford has said. Gerald Rudolph Ford, Jr. became the first (and to date, only) president in U.S. history to fill that office without having been elected either President or Vice-President. Ford had become the longest-living US president