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B. 04-04 Obama announces re-election bid Washington
C. 04-14 US Congress approves budget bill U.S. Congress
3. 04-17 Dozens dead as tornadoes hit US North Carolina
4. 04-19 U.S. first lady's plane aborts landing Andrews Air Force Base, Washington
F. 04-20 Acclaimed journalists killed in Libya Misrata, Libya
G. 04-21 Gates: U.S. to use drones in Libya Washington
04-27 Obama releases birth certificate White House, Washington
8. 04-27 Dozens dead from storms in Southern U.S. Tuscaloosa, Alabama

Summary.     Click for More > Obama issues storm recovery vow Obama visits tornado-ravaged zone
Obama announces re-election bid US rebuffs letter sent by Gaddafi Deal to avoid government shutdown 2 U.S. troops believed killed by drones Obama urges cuts and taxing rich US Congress approves budget bill   The Congress has passed a budget bill that would cut $38.5bn in government spending over the rest of the fiscal year Leaders insist 'Gaddafi must go' Pakistan condemns U.S. drone strike U.S.: Iran helping Syria quell protests Dozens dead as tornadoes hit US  The death toll from three days of severe weather across several southern US states has risen to at least 43 McChrystal cleared of misconduct U.S. first lady's plane aborts landing Acclaimed journalists killed in Libya Gates: U.S. to use drones in Libya Obama condemns Syrian crackdown Libya: McCain pushes U.S. involvement Man opens fire on Americans; 9 dead  Eight coalition troops and a civilian were killed in a shooting by Afghan military pilot at an Afghan air force compound Obama releases birth certificate   The White House releases President Barack Obama's birth certificate, in response to persistent rumours he was not born in the US Petraeus to be next head of CIA Dozens dead from storms in Southern U.S. Death toll from storms in South nears 300
Apr.4   Washington
Apr.6   Washington
Apr.9   U.S. Congress
Apr.11   Helmand
Apr.13   Washington
Apr.14   U.S. Congress
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  Pakistan
Apr.15   Iran
Apr.17   North Carolina
Apr.18   Washington
Apr.19   Washington
Apr.20   Libya
Apr.21   Washington
Apr.22   USA
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Apr.27   Kabul
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Apr.28   Alabama
  A barrage of storms claimed nearly 300 lives and reduced once-familiar neighborhoods to piles of bricks and lumber.    The vast majority of fatalities occurred ...
  Washington
Apr.29   Alabama



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North America
Obama announces re-election bid
US rebuffs letter sent by Gaddafi
Obama sees budget talks progress
Blame game as US shutdown looms
Deal to avoid government shutdown
Obama urges cuts and taxing rich
US Congress approves budget bill
Leaders insist 'Gaddafi must go'
Obama releases birth certificate
Petraeus to be next head of CIA
Obama visits tornado-ravaged zone
6 foot hole at 36,000 feet aboard jet
Holed US jet 'had metal fatigue'
Lethal US spring storms move east
Dozens dead as tornadoes hit US
U.S. first lady's plane aborts landing
Dozens dead from storms in Southern U.S.
Death toll from storms in South nears 300
Obama issues storm recovery vow
Obama visits tornado-ravaged zone
McChrystal cleared of misconduct
Gates: U.S. to use drones in Libya
Petraeus to be next head of CIA
Obama urges cuts and taxing rich
Google sees strong revenue growth
Google denies changes targeted rival
Obama visits Facebook
Unbeaten Djokovic edges Nadal
Uconn captured national title
Texas A&M Wins Women's TitleTop
Schwartzel wins green jacket
Ex-baseball star Barry Bonds guilty
MLB will take over Dodgers' finances
Obama condemns Afghan killings
Ex-baseball star Barry Bonds guilty
US Wikileaks suspect to be moved
US to seek death penalty against terrorist
Washington
Obama announces re-election bid
US rebuffs letter sent by Gaddafi
Deal to avoid government shutdown
Obama urges cuts and taxing rich
US Congress approves budget bill
Leaders insist 'Gaddafi must go'
Obama releases birth certificate
U.S. first lady's plane aborts landing
Obama issues storm recovery vow
McChrystal cleared of misconduct
Gates: U.S. to use drones in Libya
Petraeus to be next head of CIA
Obama urges cuts and taxing rich
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Obama condemns Afghan killings
US to seek death penalty against terrorist
Southern U.S.
Obama visits tornado-ravaged zone
Dozens dead as tornadoes hit US
Dozens dead from storms in Southern U.S.
Death toll from storms in South nears 300
Obama visits tornado-ravaged zone
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Schwartzel wins green jacket
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California
Obama visits Facebook
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Google sees strong revenue growth
Google denies changes targeted rival
Ex-baseball star Barry Bonds guilty
MLB will take over Dodgers' finances
Ex-baseball star Barry Bonds guilty
San Francisco Bay Area
Obama visits Facebook
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Google sees strong revenue growth
Google denies changes targeted rival
Ex-baseball star Barry Bonds guilty
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East Asia
American detained in North Korea
US to help Japan reconstruction
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US to help Japan reconstruction
Samsung returns Apple legal fire
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Alabama
Obama visits tornado-ravaged zone
Dozens dead from storms in Southern U.S.
Death toll from storms in South nears 300
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U.S. Congress
Deal to avoid government shutdown
US Congress approves budget bill
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Libya
Former U.S. lawmaker came to Tripoli
Libya: McCain pushes U.S. involvement
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Acclaimed journalists killed in Libya
Libya: McCain pushes U.S. involvement
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2 U.S. troops believed killed by drones
Man opens fire on Americans; 9 dead
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6 foot hole at 36,000 feet aboard jet   Obama announces re-election bid  US President Barack Obama releases an online video and e-mail announcing his intention to seek re-election in 2012   US rebuffs letter sent by Gaddafi  The US rejects a personal appeal from Muammar Gaddafi, repeating that he must resign, as new fighting is reported in Libya Deal to avoid government shutdown  There will be $38.5 billion in cuts, but no elimination of Planned Parenthood funding Schwartzel wins green jacket 2 U.S. troops believed killed by drones   The deaths of two U.S. service members in southern Afghanistan is being investigated as a possible friendly-fire incident   Obama urges cuts and taxing rich   President Obama calls for raised taxes on the rich as well as cuts in government spending in what he terms a balanced approach Ex-baseball star Barry Bonds guilty US Congress approves budget bill


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Apr.2  Washington  Obama condemns Afghan killings
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Apr.3  Miami  Unbeaten Djokovic edges Nadal
 Arizona  Holed US jet 'had metal fatigue'
Apr.4   Washington  
 Guantanamo  Guantanamo trial for 9/11 accused
 Houston  Uconn captured national title
Apr.5  USA  US to order Boeing aircraft tests
 Indiana  Texas A&M Wins Women's TitleTop
Apr.6  France  Net giants challenge French law
 Libya  Former U.S. lawmaker came to Tripoli
  Washington  
Apr.7  Washington  Obama sees budget talks progress
Apr.8  U.S. Congress  Blame game as US shutdown looms
Apr.9   U.S. Congress  
 Manhattan  Director Sidney Lumet dies at 86
Apr.10   US Georgia
Apr.11   Helmand  
 Massachusetts  Romney lines up presidential run
Apr.12  North Korea  American detained in North Korea
Apr.13   Washington  
  San Francisco Bay Area
Apr.14   U.S. Congress  
  The Congress has passed a budget bill that would cut $38.5bn in government spending over the rest of the fiscal year
  Washington     Leaders insist 'Gaddafi must go'  US, British and French leaders have said in a joint letter there can be no peace in Libya while Muammar Gaddafi stays in power   Pakistan     Pakistan condemns U.S. drone strike  Pakistan has issued a strongly-worded statement condemning a deadly, suspected U.S. drone strike in the country's tribal region  San Francisco Bay Area  Google sees strong revenue growth Apr.15   Iran     U.S.: Iran helping Syria quell protests  The State Department accuses Iran of helping the Syrian government's efforts to suppress protests that have taken place there in recent week...  San Francisco Bay Area  Google denies changes targeted rival Apr.16  Rome  U.S. group buys Roma   Japan US to help Japan reconstruction
  North Carolina Lethal US spring storms move east Apr.17   North Carolina   Dozens dead as tornadoes hit US
  The death toll from three days of severe weather across several southern US states has risen to at least 43
Apr.18   Washington   McChrystal cleared of misconduct   The Pentagon has cleared of wrongdoing a general sacked after a magazine reported he had spoken disrespectfully about top US officials Apr.19   Washington     U.S. first lady's plane aborts landing Map of Andrews Air Force Base USA  A plane carrying Michelle Obama had to abort its landing after it came too close to a military C-17 cargo plane ahead of it   Virginia US Wikileaks suspect to be moved Apr.20   Libya     Acclaimed journalists killed in Libya Map of Misrata Libya  Oscar nominee Tim Hetherington and acclaimed photojournalist Chris Hondros died while chronicling the violence in the war-torn city  Los Angeles  MLB will take over Dodgers' finances   Washington US to seek death penalty against terrorist   San Francisco Bay Area Obama visits Facebook   Texas Huge wildfires burn across Texas Apr.21   Washington     Gates: U.S. to use drones in Libya  President Barack Obama has approved the use of armed Predator drones in Libya, Defense Secretary Robert Gates said   Washington Martelly makes rounds in Washington   South Korea Samsung returns Apple legal fire Apr.22   Pakistan U.S. exits Pakistan drone base   Beijing U.S., China to hold human rights talks   Nevada Sex pay probe senator Ensign resigns   USA     Obama condemns Syrian crackdown  US President Barack Obama has accused Syria of using 'outrageous' force against protesters and of seeking Iranian help to quell weeks of unr...   Eastern Libya     Libya: McCain pushes U.S. involvement   Libyan opposition leaders received a major morale boost when a top U.S. senator made a surprise visit to the rebel stronghold   Louisiana Rig culture 'factor in Gulf spill'   Los Angeles Lohan to be jailed for 120 days Apr.23   Libya First US Predator strike in Libya Apr.24  New York  Celtics completes sweep of Knicks   Guantanamo Guantanamo 'locked up innocents' Apr.25   Beijing China-US economic talks confirmed  Minnesota  NFL players win judge's backing Apr.26   Seattle Amazon profits slump by a third  Chicago  Rose, Bulls eliminate Pacers, 116-89 Apr.27   Kabul   Man opens fire on Americans; 9 dead
  Eight coalition troops and a civilian were killed in a shooting by Afghan military pilot at an Afghan air force compound
  Washington     Obama releases birth certificate
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  The White House releases President Barack Obama's birth certificate, in response to persistent rumours he was not born in the US
  CIA     Petraeus to be next head of CIA  The US head of international forces in Afghanistan, will be nominated as CIA director when its chief moves to head the Pentagon  Miami  Heat advance past Philly 97-91   Washington Fed cuts US GDP growth forecast   Alabama   Dozens dead from storms in Southern U.S. Map of Tuscaloosa Alabama  Severe storms pummeled Alabama and cut a path of destruction, leveling buildings and trapping residents in their homes Apr.28   Alabama   Death toll from storms in South nears 300
  A barrage of storms claimed nearly 300 lives and reduced once-familiar neighborhoods to piles of bricks and lumber
 The vast majority of fatalities occurred in Alabama, where at least 198 people died
  Washington     Obama issues storm recovery vow   Barack Obama has said the US government will do everything it can to help communities recover from devastating tornadoes   California Garrido couple plead guilty to kidnap, rape
 US Georgia  Hawks past Magic, into 2nd round  New Orleans  Kobe, Lakers finish off Hornets  Oregon  Mavs eliminate Blazers Apr.29   Alabama   Obama visits tornado-ravaged zone  President Barack Obama is to visit storm-ravaged communities as south-eastern US states face up to the aftermath of devastating storms   Kansas Bradley Manning 'out of isolation'   North Mexico Mexican kingpin extradited to U.S.   Florida Nasa delays Endeavour's mission  Tennessee  Grizzlies oust No. 1-seeded Spurs   Missouri US tobacco firms win hospitals case Apr.30   USA Buffett admits 'mistake' on Sokol