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B. 01-10 Bush boosts troop numbers in Iraq Washington
C. 01-12 Missing teens discovered alive
D. 02-08 Former Playmate Smith dies at 39 Miami
E. 04-16 33 students massacred in class http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/americas/6560685.stm#map, Virginia
F. 05-17 World Bank head Wolfowitz to quit Washington
6. 08-01 Bridge collapses into Mississippi Minneapolis, Minnesota
08-09 Mortgage concerns hit US markets USA
I. 08-09 World markets fall after US losses New York
9. 09-04 Famed flier Fossett missing Nevada

Summary.     Click for More > World Bank head Wolfowitz to quit Bridge collapses into Mississippi   A freeway bridge over the river has collapsed during the evening rush hour, sending cars into the water   Mortgage concerns hit US markets
Bush boosts troop numbers in Iraq Missing teens discovered alive Former Playmate Smith dies at 39 33 students massacred in class Map of http%3A%2F%2Fnews.bbc.co.uk%2F2%2Fhi%2Famericas%2F6560685.stm%23map Virginia
Jan.2  UN  New U.N. chief Ban Ki moon takes over
Jan.4  Washington  Bush revamps US military in Iraq
Jan.9  San Francisco Bay Area  Apple's 'magical' iPhone unveiled
Jan.10   Washington
Jan.12   Missouri
Jan.20  New York  Hillary Clinton joins 2008 race
Jan.23  U.S. Congress  Bush urges unity in speech
Feb.4  Florida  Super Bowl: Colts beat Bears 29-17
Feb.6  Florida  Astronaut charged with attempted murder
Feb.8   Miami
Feb.10  U. S. Midwest  Obama launches presidential bid
Feb.27  New York  Dow Jones loses 416
Feb.28  Arizona  McCain seeking Presidential nomination
Mar.6  New Jersey  Mega Millions sets new world record
Mar.24  UN Security Council  New sanctions on Iran approved
Mar.27  U.S. Senate  Senate votes for Iraq deadline
Apr.16   Virginia
  A gunman on the campus of Virginia Tech was dressed almost like a Boy Scout. 2 people were killed 2 hours earlier.    The gunman, who later shot and killed himself, was a young man wearing a short-sleeved tan shirt and black ammunition vest. He opening fire with a bl...
Apr.17  Virginia  S Korean named as campus gunman
Apr.26  U.S. Senate  Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
May.7  Washington  Queen attends White House dinner
May.17   Washington
May.24  U.S. Congress  Congress backs Iraq funding bill
May.30  UN Security Council  UN approves Hariri assassination tribunal
Jun.14  Ohio  Spurs finish off Cavs
Jun.19  UN  U.N.: Refugee numbers to rise
Jul.2  Washington  Bush spares Libby from jail term
Jul.30  Washington  Rice: Arms deals promote stability
Jul.31  UN Security Council  U.N. troops will go to Darfur
Aug.1   Minnesota
Aug.3  Southern California  Marine sentenced over Iraq murder
Aug.9   USA
  The share indexes tumbled amid fears that a wobble in the mortgage market may prompt a global credit crunch. Dow Jones fell 199.24
 The subprime mortgage crisis caused by a dramatic rise in mortgage delinquencies and foreclosures in the United States triggered the financial crisis, with major adverse consequences for banks and financial markets around the globe. The result has been a decline in the capital of banks and USA government sponsored enterprises, tightening credit around the world
  New York World markets fall after US losses Aug.22  Washington  Bush issues Vietnam warning over Iraq Aug.27  Washington  Attorney General Gonzales resigns Sep.4   Nevada Famed flier Fossett missing Sep.7  Washington  Bin Laden says US should convert Sep.9  New York  Federer wins 4th U.S. Open title Sep.10   U.S. Congress Gen. Petraeus: 'Surge' is working Sep.13  Washington  Bush pledges Iraq troop reduction Sep.16  Nevada  OJ Simpson arrested over break-in Sep.24  New York  Iran president in campus clash Oct.10   House of Representatives US bill on Armenia moves forward Oct.12   USA Gore says prize must spur action Oct.23   Southern California 500,000 flee wildfires   Relentless fires roared for a third day, sending residents fleeing with family members, pets and whatever prize possessions they could fit in... Oct.25  Washington  US imposes new sanctions on Iran  U.S. Congress  Vote on Armenian genocide put off Oct.28  Colorado  Red Sox sweep to World Series title Nov.17  UN  U.N. delivers chilling conclusion on climate Nov.20  UN  HIV estimates reduced to 33m Nov.27   Washington New Mid-East peace drive launched Dec.3   Washington U.S.: Iran's nuclear weapons work halted Dec.5  U. S. Midwest  Shoppers killed in gun rampage Dec.6  CIA  CIA 'wiped' interrogation tapes Dec.13  Washington  Baseball 'rife' with drug use



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February 2007
Obama launches presidential bid
McCain seeking Presidential nomination
Astronaut charged with attempted murder
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Dow Jones loses 416
Super Bowl: Colts beat Bears 29-17
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March 2007
New sanctions on Iran approved
Senate votes for Iraq deadline
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April 2007
Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan
33 students massacred in class
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May 2007
Queen attends White House dinner
World Bank head Wolfowitz to quit
UN approves Hariri assassination tribunal
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June 2007
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July 2007
Bush spares Libby from jail term
Rice: Arms deals promote stability
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U.N. troops will go to Darfur
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August 2007
Bush issues Vietnam warning over Iraq
Attorney General Gonzales resigns
Marine sentenced over Iraq murder
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Mortgage concerns hit US markets
World markets fall after US losses
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Bridge collapses into Mississippi
September 2007
Gen. Petraeus: 'Surge' is working
Bush pledges Iraq troop reduction
Iran president in campus clash
Bin Laden says US should convert
OJ Simpson arrested over break-in
Gen. Petraeus: 'Surge' is working
Bush pledges Iraq troop reduction
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Federer wins 4th U.S. Open title
OJ Simpson arrested over break-in
Famed flier Fossett missing
October 2007
US bill on Armenia moves forward
Gore says prize must spur action
US imposes new sanctions on Iran
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US bill on Armenia moves forward
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Red Sox sweep to World Series title
500,000 flee wildfires
November 2007
U.N. delivers chilling conclusion on climate
New Mid-East peace drive launched
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U.N. delivers chilling conclusion on climate
HIV estimates reduced to 33m
December 2007
U.S.: Iran's nuclear weapons work halted
CIA 'wiped' interrogation tapes
Shoppers killed in gun rampage
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  New U.N. chief Ban Ki moon takes over  Starting his first day of work, new Secretary-General vowed to end mistrust of the United Nations Bush revamps US military in Iraq Apple's 'magical' iPhone unveiled   Users will be able to download music and videos with the phone, demonstrated by CEO Steve Jobs at the Macworld Expo   Bush boosts troop numbers in Iraq


January 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jan.2   UN  
Jan.4   Washington
Jan.9   San Francisco Bay Area  
Jan.10   Washington  
  President will send more than 20,000 extra troops, as part of a new strategy for the future of US involvement.    In an address on US TV, Bush said the deployment would help break the c...
Jan.11  Washington  Bush team begins selling Iraq plan  Los Angeles  Beckham agrees to LA Galaxy move  U.S. Congress  Al-Qaeda 'rebuilding' in Pakistan Jan.12   Missouri   Missing teens discovered alive
Map of KIRKWOOD Missouri Missouri
  The boys, one of whom was last in 2002, have been found alive at the home of a 41-year-old Michael Devlin.    Devlin, a pizza shop worker, is charged with kidnapping of 13-year-old Ben Ownby, but authoritie...
Jan.20   New York   Hillary Clinton joins 2008 race  Democratic Senator, wife of former president Bill, has taken the first step towards running for the US presidency in 2008 Jan.23   U.S. Congress Bush urges unity in speech

February 2007 ... more > Top ^
Feb.4   Florida Super Bowl: Colts beat Bears 29-17
Feb.5  U.S. Senate  Republicans block Iraq war debate Feb.6   Florida   Astronaut charged with attempted murder   Lisa Nowak was ordered released on an additional $10,000 bond for a charge involving a romantic rival Feb.8   Miami   Former Playmate Smith dies at 39
  Anna Nicole Smith has died near Miami at the age of 39. She married billionaire in 1994 when she was 26 and he was 89.    Her son Daniel died at t...
Feb.9  Washington  US Iraq forces under new command Feb.10   U. S. Midwest Obama launches presidential bid
Feb.13  House of Representatives  House of Representatives clashes on Iraq Feb.27   New York Dow Jones loses 416 Feb.28   Arizona McCain seeking Presidential nomination

March 2007 ... more > Top ^
Mar.6   New Jersey Mega Millions sets new world record
Mar.24   UN Security Council New sanctions on Iran approved Mar.27   U.S. Senate   Senate votes for Iraq deadline   The Senate has endorsed a deadline of March 2008 for the withdrawal of US troops from Iraq Mar.31  Washington  Bush attacks Iran over captives

April 2007 ... more > Top ^
Apr.9  Washington  U.S. concerned at Iran's nuclear step Apr.11  Washington  US extends troops' tour of duty Apr.15  Washington  Wolfowitz 'to stay' at World Bank Apr.16   Virginia   33 students massacred in class
Map of http%3A%2F%2Fnews.bbc.co.uk%2F2%2Fhi%2Famericas%2F6560685.stm%23map Virginia
  A gunman on the campus of Virginia Tech was dressed almost like a Boy Scout. 2 people were killed 2 hours earlier
 The gunman, who later shot and killed himself, was a young man wearing a short-sleeved tan shirt and black ammunition vest. He opening fire with a black handgun, first on the professor and then on the students. Student survives by playing dead. President Bush said the US was 'shocked and saddened'
 Virginia  Anger over shooting warnings Apr.17   Virginia S Korean named as campus gunman Apr.18  Virginia  Gunman sent final video Apr.20  Houston  Gunman kills hostage at Nasa base Apr.25  House of Representatives  US House votes for Iraq deadline Apr.26   U.S. Senate   Congress backs Iraq pull-out plan   The Senate has voted to approve a bill which requires US troops to start withdrawing by October

May 2007 ... more > Top ^
May.1  Washington  Bush vetoes Iraq withdrawal bill May.4  Southern California  Paris Hilton gets 45 days in jail May.7   Washington Queen attends White House dinner
May.8  Texas  US drops Cuban militant's charges May.10  House of Representatives  House passes Iraq funding bill May.11  UN  Zimbabwe to chair major UN body May.15  Washington  Wolfowitz pleads case before board May.17   Washington   World Bank head Wolfowitz to quit
  After lengthy talks with the bank's board, Paul Wolfowitz said he would quit the global lending body on 30 June.    Wolfowitz being accused of a conflict of interest over a pay rise given...
May.18  Florida  Shipwreck yields record treasures May.24   U.S. Congress Congress backs Iraq funding bill
May.29  Washington  U.S. imposes new sanctions against Sudan May.30   UN Security Council     UN approves Hariri assassination tribunal  In a challenge to Syria, the Security Council voted to set up a court to prosecute the murder of former Lebanese Prime Minister

June 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jun.2  New York  Arrests in airport 'bomb plot' Jun.3  New Hampshire  US Democrats appear in TV debate Jun.6  Southern California  Ducks hammer Senators to claim Stanley Jun.14   Ohio Spurs finish off Cavs
Jun.18  Washington  US, EU restore Palestinian ties Jun.19   UN U.N.: Refugee numbers to rise Jun.28  U.S. Senate  Vote dashes Bush immigration plan

July 2007 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1  New England  Bush and Putin in informal talks Jul.2   Washington Bush spares Libby from jail term
Jul.8  Seattle  Boeing unveils Dreamliner plane Jul.12  House of Representatives  House of Reps votes for troop pullout Jul.15  Los Angeles  LA cardinal offers abuse apology Jul.16  Washington  Bush urges Mid-East peace talks Jul.20  Washington  Bush signs order banning 'torture' Jul.22  Washington  U.S., Iran to meet again over Iraq Jul.23  USA  US Democrats hold YouTube debate Jul.27  U.S. Congress  Congress passes anti-terror bill Jul.30  Washington  Bush and Brown vow co-operation   Washington Rice: Arms deals promote stability Jul.31   UN Security Council   U.N. troops will go to Darfur   The Council voted unanimously to authorize up to 26,000 troops and police in an effort to stop attacks on millions of displaced civilians  New York  Murdoch wins Dow Jones battle

August 2007 ... more > Top ^
Aug.1   Minnesota   Bridge collapses into Mississippi
Map of Minneapolis Minnesota
  A freeway bridge over the river has collapsed during the evening rush hour, sending cars into the water
 An entire span of the 4-lane I-35W bridge in Minneapolis fell into the river at 1805
 USA  Chinese-made toys recalled in US Aug.2  Minnesota  Up to 50 vehicles trapped in wreckage Aug.3   Southern California Marine sentenced over Iraq murder Aug.7  San Francisco Bay Area  Bonds breaks home run record Aug.8  New York  Storms lead to chaos Aug.9   USA     Mortgage concerns hit US markets
  The share indexes tumbled amid fears that a wobble in the mortgage market may prompt a global credit crunch. Dow Jones fell 199.24
 The subprime mortgage crisis caused by a dramatic rise in mortgage delinquencies and foreclosures in the United States triggered the financial crisis, with major adverse consequences for banks and financial markets around the globe. The result has been a decline in the capital of banks and USA government sponsored enterprises, tightening credit around the world
  New York   World markets fall after US losses
  The markets have faltered in early trading a day after markets in NY and London suffered losses amid fears of a global credit crunch.    Dow Jones was down 124.8 points, or 0.9%, at 13,145.9 points. London's FTSE...
Aug.10  UN Security Council  UN approves expanded Iraq mission Aug.11  New England  'Casual lunch' for Bush, Sarkozy Aug.22   Washington Bush issues Vietnam warning over Iraq Aug.23  U.S. Senate  Top Republican urges Iraq pullout Aug.27   Washington Attorney General Gonzales resigns Aug.29  Virginia  Virginia Tech response 'too slow'

September 2007 ... more > Top ^
Sep.4   Nevada   Famed flier Fossett missing
  There were no signs of missing aviation adventurer Steve Fossett
 USA  Thousands of Mattel toys recalled Sep.7   Washington     Bin Laden says US should convert   Early analysis indicates the voice on a recently released videotape is that of bin Laden Sep.8  New York  Henin routs Kuznetsova to win U.S. Open Sep.9   New York Federer wins 4th U.S. Open title Sep.10   U.S. Congress     Gen. Petraeus: 'Surge' is working
  U.S. commander told a fractious congressional hearing that the 30,000 troops deployed to Iraq in January could come home by next July.    David Petraeus told a Congressional panel that the military ob...
Sep.11  Washington  Bush to adopt Petraeus advice on troops Sep.13   Washington Bush pledges Iraq troop reduction Sep.14  U.S. Congress  Report shows meager gains in Iraq Sep.16   Nevada   OJ Simpson arrested over break-in   Ex-American football star has been arrested by Las Vegas police investigating an alleged armed robbery at a casino hotel room Sep.19  New York  Ahmadinejad denied visit to 9/11 site Sep.21  Washington  Blackwater in Iraq weapons probe Sep.24   New York     Iran president in campus clash   Mahmoud Ahmadinejad has clashed with the head of Columbia University while making his controversial appearance at the campus  Washington  US to impose new Burma sanctions Sep.25  UN  Ahmadinejad slams 'arrogant' powers Sep.27  Washington  U.S. freezes assets of Myanmar junta

October 2007 ... more > Top ^
Oct.4  USA  Jones admits steroids use Oct.10   House of Representatives     US bill on Armenia moves forward
  A bill recognising the killing of Armenians in Ottoman times as genocide passed through the House Foreign Affairs Committee by 27 votes to 21.    The nonbinding resolution says the deportation of nearly 2 million Armenians from the Ottoman Empire between in 1915-1923, resulting in the deaths of 1.5 million, amounted to 'genocide' Presi...
Oct.12   USA   Gore says prize must spur action
  Al Gore says his Nobel Peace Prize is a chance to 'elevate global consciousness' about the threat posed by climate change
Oct.23   Southern California   500,000 flee wildfires
  Relentless fires roared for a third day, sending residents fleeing with family members, pets and whatever prize possessions they could fit in their vehicles
 The blazes have left 2 people dead and destroyed 1,200 homes and businesses. Fierce winds are fanning 16 fires that have razed land from Santa Barbara to the Mexican border
Oct.24  Washington  Bush declares major fire disaster Oct.25   Washington US imposes new sanctions on Iran   U.S. Congress Vote on Armenian genocide put off Oct.28   Colorado Red Sox sweep to World Series title

November 2007 ... more > Top ^
Nov.5  Washington  US warns Pakistan over emergency Nov.7  U.S. Congress  Sarkozy applauded by US Congress Nov.10  Washington  US and Germany vow Iran diplomacy Nov.13  U.S. Congress  Hidden costs 'raise US war price' Nov.15  San Francisco Bay Area  Baseball star Barry Bonds charged Nov.17   UN U.N. delivers chilling conclusion on climate
Nov.20   UN HIV estimates reduced to 33m  Washington  US confirms Mid-East peace talks Nov.26  Washington  Cautious hope for Mid-East talks Nov.27   Washington   New Mid-East peace drive launched Map of Annapolis Maryland USA
  President W Bush has said the Israelis and Palestinians have agreed to make every effort to reach a peace agreement before the end of 2008.    Bush said a joint statement had been agreed by the I...
Nov.28  Washington  Bush launches new Mid-East talks

December 2007 ... more > Top ^
Dec.3   Washington   U.S.: Iran's nuclear weapons work halted
  A U.S. intelligence report: Iran halted work toward a nuclear weapon under international scrutiny in 2003.    Iran is not likely to have enough highly enr...
Dec.4  Washington  Bush: Iran still a danger Dec.5   U. S. Midwest Shoppers killed in gun rampage
Dec.6   CIA   CIA 'wiped' interrogation tapes   The CIA has confirmed that it destroyed at least 2 video tapes showing the interrogation of terror suspects Dec.12  Washington  Central banks act on credit fears Dec.13   Washington   Baseball 'rife' with drug use   Dozens of players have been linked to taking performance-enhancing substances in a report on Major League Baseball that alleges a drug cultu... Dec.18  U.S. Senate  Senate passes $70B in war funds Dec.25  San Francisco Bay Area  Tiger escapes and killed visitor