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B. 11-03 General Motors cancels Opel sale Detroit
2. 11-03 Republicans win key elections New Jersey
D. 11-04 Yankees win World Series Manhattan
11-05 Deadly shootings at US army base Fort Hood, Texas
F. 11-06 US jobless rate rises to over 10% Washington
6. 11-07 US House backs healthcare reforms House of Representatives
H. 11-10 Washington sniper is put to death Washington
8. 11-11 Obama in Afghan troop level talks Washington

Summary.     Click for More > US jobless rate rises to over 10%  US Labor Department: The unemployment rate in the US rose to 10.2% in October, which was its highest rate since April 1983 US House backs healthcare reforms Iran to charge U.S. hikers with espionage   Washington sniper is put to death  John Allen Muhammad, the man behind the 2002 sniper attacks in and around DC, has been executed after a last-ditch appeal was thrown out Obama in Afghan troop level talks Envoy urges no US troop increase Al Qaeda blames Blackwater in for blasts Obama orders base killings probe Obama affirms commitment to Asia Obama joins Apec summit US demands Afghan 'bribery court' U.S. ship thwarts second pirate attack US welcomed Van Rompuy's EU presidency Vicks nasal spray recalled over bacteria Healthcare bill passes first Senate hurdle US will announce climate target Obama seeks Afghanistan closure   Tiger Woods to face police over crash   Police are waiting to question world number one golfer after an early-hours car crash outside his home Obama issues new Afghan orders
General Motors cancels Opel sale Republicans win key elections Yankees win World Series  The Yankees christened the first season in their new ballpark with a World Series championship beating the Phillies 7-3 Deadly shootings at US army base Map of Fort Hood Texas
Nov.3   Detroit
  New Jersey
Nov.4   Manhattan
Nov.5   Texas
  An army major has opened fire on fellow soldiers, killing 11 people and injuring 31. The shooter had been killed in the incident and two suspects arrested.    The gunman, Nidal Malik Hasan, was a military psychiatrist and due to be sent on a mission to Iraq. One of the...
Nov.6   Washington
Nov.7   House of Representatives
Nov.9   Iran
Nov.10   Washington
Nov.11   Washington
  Kabul
Nov.12   Peshawar
  Washington
Nov.13   Japan
Nov.14   Singapore
Nov.15   Washington
Nov.18   Somalia
Nov.19   Washington
Nov.20   London
Nov.21   U.S. Senate
Nov.23   Washington
Nov.24   Washington
Nov.28   Florida
Nov.30   Washington



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North America
Obama urges 'new Afghan chapter'
Republicans win key elections
US 'grieving' after army shooting
US House backs healthcare reforms
Obama in 11th-hour health plea
No Afghanistan troop decision made
Obama in Afghan troop level talks
Obama orders base killings probe
US welcomed Van Rompuy's EU presidency
Healthcare bill passes first Senate hurdle
Obama issues new Afghan orders
Rapist charged with murder
US officers 'failed kidnap girl'
Deadly shootings at US army base
US Army attack 'not terror plot'
Washington sniper is put to death
9/11 suspects to be tried in U.S.
Tiger Woods to face police over crash
CIT Group files for US bankruptcy
General Motors cancels Opel sale
GM plans to cut 10,000 Opel jobs
US jobless rate rises to over 10%
Microsoft co-founder Allen has cancer
Healthcare bill passes first Senate hurdle
'Twin Towers' warship enters NY
Deadly shootings at US army base
US launches 'Twin Towers' warship
No Afghanistan troop decision made
Obama in Afghan troop level talks
Obama orders base killings probe
Obama seeks Afghanistan closure
Obama issues new Afghan orders
Yankees beat Phillies 7-4
Phillies stay alive in Series Game 5
Yankees win World Series
Pacquiao wins seventh world title
Tiger Woods injured in car accident
Tiger Woods to face police over crash
Washington
Obama urges 'new Afghan chapter'
US 'grieving' after army shooting
US House backs healthcare reforms
Obama in 11th-hour health plea
No Afghanistan troop decision made
Obama in Afghan troop level talks
Obama orders base killings probe
US welcomed Van Rompuy's EU presidency
Obama issues new Afghan orders
Washington sniper is put to death
9/11 suspects to be tried in U.S.
US jobless rate rises to over 10%
Healthcare bill passes first Senate hurdle
No Afghanistan troop decision made
Obama in Afghan troop level talks
Obama orders base killings probe
Obama seeks Afghanistan closure
Obama issues new Afghan orders
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East Asia
U.S. diplomats land for meetings
Obama affirms commitment to Asia
Obama joins Apec summit
Obama begins China visit
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Phil Mickelson held his nerve at final hole
Southern U.S. Your ad is here
Tiger Woods to face police over crash
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Tiger Woods injured in car accident
Tiger Woods to face police over crash
New York Your ad is here Your ad is here
CIT Group files for US bankruptcy
'Twin Towers' warship enters NY
US launches 'Twin Towers' warship
Yankees win World Series
China
Obama begins China visit
Obama addresses China youth forum
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Phil Mickelson held his nerve at final hole
U.S. Congress
US House backs healthcare reforms
Obama in 11th-hour health plea
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Healthcare bill passes first Senate hurdle
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U. S. Midwest Your ad is here
Rapist charged with murder
General Motors cancels Opel sale
GM plans to cut 10,000 Opel jobs
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Shanghai
Obama begins China visit
Obama addresses China youth forum
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Phil Mickelson held his nerve at final hole
South Asia
Envoy urges no US troop increase
Al Qaeda blames Blackwater in for blasts
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US 'to quiz Sri Lanka army chief'
Envoy urges no US troop increase
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CIT Group files for US bankruptcy Obama urges 'new Afghan chapter' General Motors cancels Opel sale  GM has cancelled plans to sell a majority stake in its European car business Opel, including its UK brand Vauxhall Republicans win key elections  In Virginia, Republican candidate Bob McDonnell won by a comfortable margin, while Chris Christie, ousted the Democrat governor in New Jersey GM plans to cut 10,000 Opel jobs Yankees win World Series


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Nov.1  Sri Lanka  US 'to quiz Sri Lanka army chief'
  New York
 Mexico  Mexico extradites record number to U.S.
 Philadelphia  Yankees beat Phillies 7-4
Nov.2  New York  'Twin Towers' warship enters NY
  Washington
 Myanmar  U.S. diplomats land for meetings
 Philadelphia  Phillies stay alive in Series Game 5
Nov.3   Detroit  
  New Jersey  
 Ohio  Rapist charged with murder
Nov.4   Detroit
 Italy  CIA agents guilty of Italy kidnap
  Manhattan  
  The Yankees christened the first season in their new ballpark with a World Series championship beating the Phillies 7-3.    It's their 27th title...
 San Francisco Bay Area  US officers 'failed kidnap girl' Nov.5   Texas   Deadly shootings at US army base
Map of Fort Hood Texas
  An army major has opened fire on fellow soldiers, killing 11 people and injuring 31. The shooter had been killed in the incident and two suspects arrested
 The gunman, Nidal Malik Hasan, was a military psychiatrist and due to be sent on a mission to Iraq. One of the dead was a policeman, others were soldiers. President Obama described it as 'a horrific outburst of violence'
Nov.6   Washington   US jobless rate rises to over 10%
  US Labor Department: The unemployment rate in the US rose to 10.2% in October, which was its highest rate since April 1983
  Washington US 'grieving' after army shooting
Nov.7   House of Representatives Obama in 11th-hour health plea   Manhattan US launches 'Twin Towers' warship   House of Representatives   US House backs healthcare reforms   The House has backed, in a 220-215 vote, a healthcare bill in a step towards reforms promised by President Obama, despite strong opposition Nov.8  Washington  Obama says health vote 'historic'  Shanghai  Phil Mickelson held his nerve at final hole  Louisiana  Hurricane Ida moves into U.S. Gulf Coast Nov.9   Iran     Iran to charge U.S. hikers with espionage  The three Americans have been detained since July 31 on charges of illegally crossing the border from Iraqi Kurdistan  Alabama  Ida bringing heavy rain, flooding  USA  Pushchair amputation risk recall   Washington No Afghanistan troop decision made  FBI  US Army attack 'not terror plot' Nov.10   Washington     Washington sniper is put to death
  John Allen Muhammad, the man behind the 2002 sniper attacks in and around DC, has been executed after a last-ditch appeal was thrown out
Nov.11   Washington     Obama in Afghan troop level talks  US President has met his national security team to discuss strategy in Afghanistan as speculation mounts over a decision on troop levels   Kabul   Envoy urges no US troop increase  The US ambassador Eikenberry has written to the White House arguing against sending thousands more American troops to Afghanistan Nov.12   Peshawar     Al Qaeda blames Blackwater in for blasts  A senior al Qaeda leader in Afghanistan has blamed the U.S. security firm as being behind the recent spate of deadly attacks in Peshawar   Washington     Obama orders base killings probe   US President Barack Obama has ordered a review of the way intelligence agencies handled information over an army major who killed 13 people Nov.13   Japan     Obama affirms commitment to Asia   US President has welcomed a bigger role for China on the world scene and pledged to pursue greater cooperation with Asian countries  USA  'Significant' water found on Moon  Washington  9/11 suspects to be tried in U.S. Nov.14  Jerusalem  'Sabbath' protest targets Intel   Singapore     Obama joins Apec summit   US President has joined 20 other world leaders for the Asia-Pacific Economic Co-operation (Apec) forum  Nevada  Pacquiao wins seventh world title Nov.15   Washington   US demands Afghan 'bribery court'  US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton: The Afghan president must set up a 'major crimes tribunal' and an anti-corruption commission   Shanghai Obama begins China visit   Shanghai Obama addresses China youth forum Nov.16   Beijing Summit talks for Obama   Microsoft Microsoft co-founder Allen has cancer Nov.17   Washington U.S. Army suicides set another record   Puerto Rico Fire linked to gas tank monitoring system Nov.18   Somalia   U.S. ship thwarts second pirate attack  Maersk Alabama that played a central role in a bloody hijacking drama last spring was attacked again   Kabul Clinton: Afghanistan at 'critical moment' Nov.19   San Francisco Bay Area Google previews Chrome operating system   Washington   US welcomed Van Rompuy's EU presidency  The US said the appointments would strengthen the EU and Europe's relationship with Washington Nov.20   London   Vicks nasal spray recalled over bacteria  Procter & Gamble is recalling Vicks Sinex spray in the United States, Britain and Germany after finding it contained bacteria   Washington US sets marker on Afghan corruption Nov.21   U.S. Senate   Healthcare bill passes first Senate hurdle  The Senate has narrowly voted,60 votes to 39, to hold a full debate on a bill designed to overhaul the country's healthcare provision   New York Jackson glove auctioned for $350,000 Nov.23   Washington Indian PM makes state visit   Washington Obama, advisers meet on Afghanistan   Washington   US will announce climate target  The US will announce a target for reducing greenhouse gas emissions before next month's UN summit Nov.24   Washington   Obama seeks Afghanistan closure  US President Barack Obama has said it is his intention to 'finish the job' in Afghanistan after eight years of conflict there   San Francisco Bay Area Google sorry over Obama image   Washington U.S. won't join landmine ban   Washington Pentagon preparing to send 34000 troops Nov.25   European Union Obama climate summit visit welcomed   USA Wikileaks publishes '9/11 messages' Nov.26   London Computer hacker 'is facing a US trial' Nov.27   Florida Tiger Woods injured in car accident Nov.28   Florida     Tiger Woods to face police over crash Map of Orlando Florida
  Police are waiting to question world number one golfer after an early-hours car crash outside his home
Nov.29  Florida  Woods says crash was his own fault Nov.30   Washington   Obama issues new Afghan orders  US President Barack Obama has issued new orders for the US military after deciding how many more troops to send   New York Airplane forced to turn back over Atlantic