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B. 01-15 Airplane crash-lands into Hudson River New York
C. 01-16 Citigroup to split as losses grow New York
3. 01-18 Obama tells rally of hope for US Lincoln Memorial, Washington
01-20 President Obama sworn into history Washington
5. 01-22 Obama signs order to close Guantanamo Washington
6. 01-22 Obama appoints key hotspot envoys Washington
7. 01-23 Obama reverses abortion-funding policy Washington
I. 01-26 Woman gives birth to octuplets Los Angeles

Summary.     Click for More > Economy and war on Obama's agenda President Obama tackles first day Benjamin Button leads Oscar field Obama signs order to close Guantanamo  President Obama issued 3 executive orders to demonstrate a clean break from the Bush administration Obama appoints key hotspot envoys Obama reverses abortion-funding policy  President Obama struck down a rule that prohibits U.S. money from funding international family-planning clinics that promote abortion Woman gives birth to octuplets US envoy starts Middle East push Novelist Updike dies of cancer US House passes economic package  The House of Representatives has passed by 244 votes to 188 President Obama's $825bn economic stimulus package Illinois governor guilty of abuse Hezbollah: Bush tried to wipe out Hamas US economic output falls sharply Blackwater losing Iraq contract 'Cuban Five' file appeal Serena claims 4th Australian Open Obama praises peaceful Iraq polls
Iraqis take control of 'Green Zone' Airplane crash-lands into Hudson River   A US Airways plane with 155 people on board went into a chilly river, apparently after striking birds upon takeoff from LaGuardia Airport Citigroup to split as losses grow Obama tells rally of hope for US Obama urges US to work together President Obama sworn into history
Jan.1   Baghdad
Jan.15   New York
Jan.16   New York
Jan.18   Washington
Jan.19   Washington
Jan.20   Washington
  Barack Obama launched his presidency before an estimated 1.5 million people on the National Mall with somber yet confident tones.    After being sworn in as the first African-American US leader, President Obama uses his inaugural address to pledge...
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Jan.22   Los Angeles
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Jan.23   Washington
Jan.26   Los Angeles
  Egypt
Jan.27   New England
Jan.28   House of Representatives
Jan.29   Illinois
  Hezbollah
Jan.30   USA
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  U.S. Supreme Court
Jan.31   Melbourne
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North America
Obama commerce nominee pulls out
Obama set for presidential lunch
NY mayor hails 'hero' crash pilot
Obama tells rally of hope for US
Obama urges US to work together
President Obama sworn into history
Economy and war on Obama's agenda
President Obama tackles first day
Obama signs order to close Guantanamo
Obama appoints key hotspot envoys
Obama reverses abortion-funding policy
US House passes economic package
Illinois governor guilty of abuse
Blackwater losing Iraq contract
Obama praises peaceful Iraq polls
Obama says US economy 'very sick'
Apple's Jobs admits poor health
Apple to end music restrictions
Apple attends its final Macworld
Obama urges action on economy
Palm unveils smartphone at show
Citigroup to split as losses grow
Economy and war on Obama's agenda
US House passes economic package
Trojans beat Penn State for Rose Bowl
Ravens, Eagles win in NFL play-offs
Cards send Panthers packing 33-13
Eagles victory end Giants' reign
Parker leads Steelers past Chargers
Upstart Cardinals beat Eagles 32-25
Pittsburgh beat Baltimore 23-14
Boy, 12, guilty of shooting his mother
'Cuban Five' file appeal
Washington
Obama tells rally of hope for US
Obama urges US to work together
President Obama sworn into history
Economy and war on Obama's agenda
President Obama tackles first day
Obama signs order to close Guantanamo
Obama appoints key hotspot envoys
Obama reverses abortion-funding policy
US House passes economic package
Blackwater losing Iraq contract
Obama says US economy 'very sick'
Obama urges action on economy
Economy and war on Obama's agenda
US House passes economic package
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'Cuban Five' file appeal
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Apple's Jobs admits poor health
Apple to end music restrictions
Apple attends its final Macworld
Trojans beat Penn State for Rose Bowl
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New York
NY mayor hails 'hero' crash pilot
Citigroup to split as losses grow
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Serena beat Dementieva
Superb Federer crushes Roddick in semis
Serena claims 4th Australian Open
Canberra rejects Guantanamo cases
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Trojans beat Penn State for Rose Bowl
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Mountain States
Obama commerce nominee pulls out
Palm unveils smartphone at show
Upstart Cardinals beat Eagles 32-25
Boy, 12, guilty of shooting his mother
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Apple's Jobs admits poor health
Apple to end music restrictions
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Iraqis take control of 'Green Zone'  The U.S. military formally handed authority over the zone to Iraqis on as new pacts governing the mission of troops replaced a U.N. mandate Canberra rejects Guantanamo cases Obama commerce nominee pulls out Obama says US economy 'very sick' Apple to end music restrictions US job losses hit record in 2008 Airplane crash-lands into Hudson River


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Jan.1   Baghdad  
 Southern California  Trojans beat Penn State for Rose Bowl
Jan.2   Australia
Jan.3  USA  NASA's rovers mark five years on Mars
 Arizona  Boy, 12, guilty of shooting his mother
Jan.4   Mountain States
Jan.5  Baghdad  New US embassy opens in Baghdad
 San Francisco Bay Area  Apple's Jobs admits poor health
  Washington
Jan.6  San Francisco Bay Area  Apple attends its final Macworld
  San Francisco Bay Area
Jan.7  Washington  Obama set for presidential lunch
Jan.8  Washington  Obama urges action on economy
 Nevada  Palm unveils smartphone at show
 Miami  Ravens, Eagles win in NFL play-offs
Jan.9   USA
 Illinois  Blagojevich to fight impeachment
 London  Lloyds pays $350m to end US case
Jan.10  North Carolina  Cards send Panthers packing 33-13
Jan.11  Washington  Obama promises new tack on Iran
 Philadelphia  Eagles victory end Giants' reign
 Los Angeles  Winslet and Slumdog sweep Globes
 Pennsylvania  Parker leads Steelers past Chargers
Jan.12  Washington  Barack Obama meets Mexican leader
 Guantanamo  Obama to close Guantanamo prison quickly
Jan.13  U.S. Senate  Clinton pledges to use diplomacy
Jan.14  San Francisco Bay Area  Medical leave for Apple boss Jobs
Jan.15   New York  
  A US Airways plane with 155 people on board went into a chilly river, apparently after striking birds upon takeoff from LaGuardia Airport
 The flight's captain was Chesley B. Sullenberger III, 57, of Danville, California, a former U.S. Air Force captain. All 150 passengers, 3 flight attendants and 2 pilots were rescued, with a number later treated for minor injuries. The Airbus A320 was heading for Charlotte. Rescue boats plucked passengers, who were wearing life jackets, from the wings of the plane
 Washington  Bush backs record in final speech  Washington  U.S.-UA Emirates sign nuclear deal Jan.16   New York   Citigroup to split as losses grow  Struggling banking giant has announced plans to split the firm in two, Citicorp and Citi Holdings, as it reported a quarterly loss of $8.29bn   New York NY mayor hails 'hero' crash pilot
  New York Hunt for crash plane's engines  European Union  Microsoft is accused by EU again  Washington  U.S. Intel: Son of bin Laden in Pakistan Jan.17  Philadelphia  Obama begins historic rail trip  New York  New pictures show plane crash  New York  Crane pulls airliner from Hudson Jan.18  USA  Stars set for big Obama concert   Washington     Obama tells rally of hope for US   Obama has told a huge crowd on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial at a pre-inauguration rally that 'anything is possible in America'   Arizona Upstart Cardinals beat Eagles 32-25   Pittsburgh Pittsburgh beat Baltimore 23-14   New York Bird strike confirmed in crash Jan.19  Global  Windows worm numbers 'skyrocket'  Washington  U.N. court: U.S. execution violated treaty   Washington     Obama urges US to work together  Barack Obama has called for Americans to come together for the common good, hours before he is sworn in as the first black president Jan.20  New York  US finance stocks decline sharply   Washington     President Obama sworn into history
  Barack Obama launched his presidency before an estimated 1.5 million people on the National Mall with somber yet confident tones
 After being sworn in as the first African-American US leader, President Obama uses his inaugural address to pledge a 'new era of responsibility. He said the country will overcome its serious economic and international challenges
  Washington     Economy and war on Obama's agenda  Barack Obama is beginning his first working day as the President by meeting his economic advisers and top military commanders  Washington  Obama calls for halt to Gitmo prosecutions  Australia  Armstrong boosts Australia cancer work Jan.21   Washington   President Obama tackles first day  Barack Obama is starting his first full day as US president, in the midst of an economic crisis and 2 wars  Washington  Mitchell sought as U.S. Mideast envoy  New York  Feather found on Hudson crash jet Jan.22   Los Angeles     Benjamin Button leads Oscar field  The Dark Knight and Milk received eight nominations, with the late Ledger receiving a best supporting actor nod  Pakistan  Freed Gitmo prisoner sues U.S.  Melbourne  Venus ousted; Murray, Nadal prevail   Washington   Obama signs order to close Guantanamo
  President Obama issued 3 executive orders to demonstrate a clean break from the Bush administration.    One of the orders is orders is requiring that the Guantanamo Bay detention facility be closed with...
  Washington   Obama appoints key hotspot envoys  US President has named his two key envoys - to the Middle East, Pakistan and Afghanistan.  Baghdad  U.S. envoy sees dangers in quick Iraq pull Jan.23   Washington   Obama reverses abortion-funding policy
  President Obama struck down a rule that prohibits U.S. money from funding international family-planning clinics that promote abortion
 Bahamas  Two detained over Travolta 'scam' Jan.24   Washington Obama issues US recovery pledge   Vatican Vatican attacks US abortion move  San Francisco Bay Area  Hero's welcome for Hudson pilot Jan.25   U.S. Congress Republicans cool on economy plan Jan.26   Washington Obama aims for oil independence   Los Angeles   Woman gives birth to octuplets  Woman has given birth to the 6 boys and 2 girls, becoming just the second person recorded to have deliver a set of living octuplets   Yemen U.S. warns of possible attack on embassy   Egypt   US envoy starts Middle East push  Barack Obama's envoy, George Mitchell, is on his way to the region, heralding a new burst of diplomacy  Melbourne  Djokovic succumbs to heat, Roddick Jan.27   Washington Obama to hold stimulus plan talks   New England   Novelist Updike dies of cancer   Renowned novelist John Updike has died at the age of 76. He had been suffering from lung cancer   Guantanamo 'Jihadi rehab' a possibility for post-Gitmo Jan.28   Iran Iranian leader demands US apology   Jerusalem Mitchell arrives for talks with Israelis   House of Representatives   US House passes economic package
  The House of Representatives has passed by 244 votes to 188 President Obama's $825bn economic stimulus package
  Tribal Areas Pakistan: U.S. must halt drone attacks Jan.29   Melbourne Serena beat Dementieva   Australian Open Superb Federer crushes Roddick in semis   Detroit Ford reports record yearly loss   CIA Former CIA station chief accused of rape   Illinois     Illinois governor guilty of abuse   Rod Blagojevich has been ousted after being convicted of abusing his powers. He was banned from holding public office in Illinois for life   Hezbollah     Hezbollah: Bush tried to wipe out Hamas  Hassan Nasrallah blamed former President Bush for pushing Israel to 'wipe out' the Hamas leadership in Gaza during his final days in office  Melbourne  Williams sisters win Australian doubles title Jan.30   USA   US economic output falls sharply  The output fell 3.8% in the last three months of 2008, the worst quarterly contraction in more than 26 years   Washington     Blackwater losing Iraq contract  The State Dept will not renew the contract of security contractor Blackwater Worldwide when it expires in May. Iraqis refused to renew the l...   USA Steele wins Republican chair vote   U.S. Supreme Court   'Cuban Five' file appeal  5 Cubans convicted in 2001 of spying for the Castro regime have asked the Supreme Court to grant a new trial in a politically charged case   Arizona 7 die as bus overturns near Hoover Dam Jan.31   Melbourne     Serena claims 4th Australian Open  The second-seeded Serena Williams made an emphatic 6-0 6-3 victory over Russian Dinara Safina, winning her 10th grand slam crown   Kenya Obama half-brother on drug charge   Washington   Obama praises peaceful Iraq polls  US President has congratulated Iraqis for holding a largely peaceful vote for provincial councils across the country