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01-08 Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords shot Tucson, Arizona
2. 01-10 'Arizona gunman' appears in court Phoenix, Arizona
D. 01-18 Obama hosts China's Hu at dinner White House, Washington
E. 01-19 U.S., China pledge cooperation White House, Washington
F. 01-20 Schmidt to step down as Google CEO San Francisco Bay Area
6. 01-20 Dozens of 'mobsters' held in US New York
H. 01-25 Obama hails US 'Sputnik moment' U.S. Congress

Summary.     Click for More > Shot US congresswoman 'doing well' Arizona shooting suspect charged 'Arizona gunman' appears in court Obama honours victims in Arizona Obama eases US Cuba travel rules Apple boss takes 'medical leave'   Obama hosts China's Hu at dinner Map of White House USA  Chinese President Hu Jintao has kicked off a four-day US visit with a rare private dinner at the White House with President Barack Obama U.S., China pledge cooperation   U.S. President Barack Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao lifted glasses at a White House state dinner Hu vows to boost human rights Britain bans controversial U.S. pastor Schmidt to step down as Google CEO  Eric Schmidt will step down from his role as CEO in April and be replaced by co-founder Larry Page. Schmidt will stay on as executive chairm... Dozens of 'mobsters' held in US China 'not seeking to dominate' Alleged teen torture victim returns to U.S. Former U.S. lawmaker assisting Duvalier Obama hails US 'Sputnik moment'  US President Barack Obama has addressed the US public before both houses of Congress in the annual State of the Union address US financial crisis 'avoidable' US spending 'best in three years'
Cost cuts 'led to BP oil spill' Daley to be Obama's chief of staff Pentagon budget to get $78bn cut Obama hails 'clear' jobs growth Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords shot Map of Tucson Arizona
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  Democratic Representative Gabrielle Giffords, 40, was shot at close range during a public meeting. 6 other people have been killed.    She is in a critical condition. The dead in...
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Jan.25   U.S. Congress
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North America
California swears in new governor
Cost cuts 'led to BP oil spill'
Daley to be Obama's chief of staff
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords shot
Shot US congresswoman 'doing well'
Obama honours victims in Arizona
Obama eases US Cuba travel rules
Obama hosts China's Hu at dinner
U.S., China pledge cooperation
Hu vows to boost human rights
China 'not seeking to dominate'
Alleged teen torture victim returns to U.S.
Obama hails US 'Sputnik moment'
US financial crisis 'avoidable'
Captain loses post for lewd video
Jackson's doctor 'hid drug dose'
Jackson doctor 'cleaned up drugs'
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords shot
Shot US congresswoman 'doing well'
Arizona shooting suspect charged
'Arizona gunman' appears in court
DeLay gets three years in prison
Trial for Michael Jackson doctor
Dozens of 'mobsters' held in US
Stanford Cardinal win Orange Bowl
Ohio State wins Sugar
49ers hire Harbaugh
Seattle stuns New Orleans in playoffs
Jets edge Colts on last-second kick
Packers knock Eagles out of playoffs
Auburn beats Oregon for BCS title
Rodgers leads Pack to Super Bowl
Steelers Hold Off Jets
Deal values Facebook 'at $50bn'
Cost cuts 'led to BP oil spill'
Microsoft uses mobile phone chips
Obama hails 'clear' jobs growth
Apple boss takes 'medical leave'
Schmidt to step down as Google CEO
US financial crisis 'avoidable'
US spending 'best in three years'
Captain loses post for lewd video
Pentagon budget to get $78bn cut
China 'not seeking to dominate'
Washington
Cost cuts 'led to BP oil spill'
Daley to be Obama's chief of staff
Obama eases US Cuba travel rules
Obama hosts China's Hu at dinner
U.S., China pledge cooperation
Hu vows to boost human rights
China 'not seeking to dominate'
Obama hails US 'Sputnik moment'
Captain loses post for lewd video
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Cost cuts 'led to BP oil spill'
Obama hails 'clear' jobs growth
US financial crisis 'avoidable'
US spending 'best in three years'
Captain loses post for lewd video
Pentagon budget to get $78bn cut
China 'not seeking to dominate'
California
California swears in new governor
Jackson's doctor 'hid drug dose'
Jackson doctor 'cleaned up drugs'
Trial for Michael Jackson doctor
49ers hire Harbaugh
Deal values Facebook 'at $50bn'
Apple boss takes 'medical leave'
Schmidt to step down as Google CEO
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Tucson, AZ
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords shot
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Obama honours victims in Arizona
Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords shot
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49ers hire Harbaugh
Apple boss takes 'medical leave'
Schmidt to step down as Google CEO
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East Asia
U.S. envoy in Asia for Korea talks
China seeks to ease US concerns
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China seeks to ease US concerns
China tests stealth fighter as Gates visits

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  Cost cuts 'led to BP oil spill'   US panel: The companies involved in the BP oil spill had made decisions to cut costs and save time that contributed to the disaster   Daley to be Obama's chief of staff   President Barack Obama has named bank executive and former commerce secretary William Daley as the next White House chief of staff   Pentagon budget to get $78bn cut   US Defence Secretary Robert Gates has announced a military budget cut, to be achieved in part by scrapping a $14bn amphibious vehicle   Obama hails 'clear' jobs growth   President Obama has cautiously hailed a 'clear' trend of job growth, and called on businesses to boost investment Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords shot Map of Tucson Arizona


January 2011 ... more > Top ^
Jan.1  Tribal Areas  Drone strikes kill 17
Jan.3  San Francisco Bay Area  Deal values Facebook 'at $50bn'
 California  California swears in new governor
 Ivory Coast  Offer to Gbagbo to come to U.S. 'closing'
 Miami  Stanford Cardinal win Orange Bowl
Jan.4  Los Angeles  Jackson's doctor 'hid drug dose'
 Washington  Captain loses post for lewd video
 South Korea  U.S. envoy in Asia for Korea talks
 Washington  US urges action on insider leaks
 New Orleans  Ohio State wins Sugar
Jan.5  Washington  Ambassador to Libya may be replaced
  Washington  
 Microsoft  Microsoft uses mobile phone chips
 House of Representatives  Republicans take charge of House
Jan.6   Washington  
  Washington  
 Los Angeles  Jackson doctor 'cleaned up drugs'
Jan.7  San Francisco Bay Area  49ers hire Harbaugh
  Washington  
 Iceland  US 'wants Wikileaks Twitter data'
Jan.8   Arizona  
  Democratic Representative Gabrielle Giffords, 40, was shot at close range during a public meeting. 6 other people have been killed
 She is in a critical condition. The dead included a 9-year-old girl and a federal judge
 Seattle  Seattle stuns New Orleans in playoffs Jan.9   Arizona   Shot US congresswoman 'doing well'   Gabrielle Giffords, who was shot in the head by a gunman, is responding well to treatment and can follow simple commands after surgery  Indiana  Jets edge Colts on last-second kick  Iran  Iran frees American woman   Arizona   Arizona shooting suspect charged   Federal prosecutors charged Jared Loughner with trying to assassinate Gabrielle Giffords, 40, and killing two other government officials  Philadelphia  Packers knock Eagles out of playoffs  Beijing  China seeks to ease US concerns Jan.10   Arizona   'Arizona gunman' appears in court Map of Phoenix Arizona  Jared Loughner charged with trying to assassinate a congresswoman in a shooting that left six people dead and more than a dozen wounded  Texas  DeLay gets three years in prison  Arizona  Auburn beats Oregon for BCS title Jan.11  Los Angeles  Trial for Michael Jackson doctor  USA  Clinton reacts to Arizona attack  China  China tests stealth fighter as Gates visits Jan.12   Arizona     Obama honours victims in Arizona   President Barack Obama has paid tribute at a memorial service in Arizona to the six people killed and 13 injured in Saturday's shooting  New Jersey  Winter storm hits north-east US Jan.13   USA US banks to end diplomat accounts   Arizona Funeral for young Arizona victim Jan.14   Washington     Obama eases US Cuba travel rules  US President Barack Obama has said he will ease restrictions on US citizens travelling to Cuba   Los Angeles Zsa Zsa Gabor has leg amputated Jan.15   Mosul US soldiers killed in Mosul drill   Sri Lanka U.S., India send help to flooded Sri Lanka  US Georgia  Packers Bury Falcons  Pittsburgh  Steelers Oust Ravens Jan.16  Chicago  Bears Reach NFC Title Game   Los Angeles Glee and Network dominate Globes  New England  Jets Send Patriots Packing Jan.17   San Francisco Bay Area     Apple boss takes 'medical leave'  In an e-mail to employees Steve Jobs has announced that he is to take 'medical leave' from the company   Yemen Yemeni court sentences US-born militant Jan.18   Washington     Obama hosts China's Hu at dinner Map of White House USA
  Chinese President Hu Jintao has kicked off a four-day US visit with a rare private dinner at the White House with President Barack Obama
 Relations have been strained on currency controls, trade disputes, human rights and Taiwan
  San Francisco Bay Area Apple makes record $6bn profits Jan.19   Washington   U.S., China pledge cooperation Map of White House USA
  U.S. President Barack Obama and Chinese President Hu Jintao lifted glasses at a White House state dinner.    Obama saying that 'let us never forg...
  House of Representatives House votes to repeal health law   Washington     Hu vows to boost human rights  Chinese President Hu Jintao has acknowledged that 'a lot still needs to be done' in China over human rights   New York Goldman Sachs weighs on Wall Street   Arizona Giffords to move to rehab clinic   London   Britain bans controversial U.S. pastor  Britain has denied entry to Terry Jones who said last year that he was 'praying about' whether to burn Qurans to protest the 9/11 attacks Jan.20   San Francisco Bay Area   Schmidt to step down as Google CEO
  Eric Schmidt will step down from his role as CEO in April and be replaced by co-founder Larry Page. Schmidt will stay on as executive chairman.    Eric Schmidt will focus on deals, partnerships, customers and broader bus...
  New York   Dozens of 'mobsters' held in US Map of New Jersey USA  US federal agents have charged 127 suspected mobsters in multiple investigations into New York's organised crime families   Washington     China 'not seeking to dominate'  Chinese President Hu Jintao has said China has no interest in pursuing an arms race or exerting military dominance over other nations Jan.22   Virginia   Alleged teen torture victim returns to U.S.  A 19-year-old Gulet Mohamed says he was kidnapped and tortured by Kuwaiti authorities and placed on a 'no-fly' list   Haiti   Former U.S. lawmaker assisting Duvalier  Former Republican Congressman Bob Barr was among a group of American attorneys accompanying former Haitian dictator 'Baby Doc'   Houston Giffords move to rehab 'flawless'   Italy Amanda Knox 'murder knife' tests Jan.23   Chicago Rodgers leads Pack to Super Bowl   Pittsburgh Steelers Hold Off Jets Jan.25   Moscow Nuclear treaty passes lower house   U.S. Congress   Obama hails US 'Sputnik moment'
  US President Barack Obama has addressed the US public before both houses of Congress in the annual State of the Union address.    U.S. President Barack Obama called for unit...
  Los Angeles King's Speech leads Oscars field
  New York Bin Laden's driver gets life sentence Jan.26   North Mexico U.S. missionary in Mexico fatally shot   Texas Allen Stanford 'unfit for fraud trial'   New York US and Canada hit by snow storm Jan.27   Washington   US financial crisis 'avoidable'   Regulators, politicians and bankers were to blame for the 2008 US financial meltdown, the US Financial Crisis Inquiry Commissionhas claimed   Lahore US diplomat kills two Pakistanis   Washington Carney is Obama press secretary   Los Angeles Charlie Sheen 'taken to hospital' Jan.28   Washington Obama to Mubarak: Deliver on promises Jan.29   Lahore US demands release over shooting Jan.30   Egypt U.S. charter flights to begin out of Egypt Jan.31   Washington   US spending 'best in three years'  Consumer spending in the US grew 3.5%, at its fastest pace in three years during 2010, official figures have shown