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Summary.     Click for More > 9/11 planner arrested U.S. begins push for U.N. Iraq resolution Nasdaq fell to 1,114 Dow fell to 7,286 Congress backs Bush war powers Two arrested in sniper shootings Angels win World Series over Giants Congress falls to Republicans Bush meets Putin Gore will not run for president in 2004 Lott stepping down as majority leader Cloned baby birth claim  Clonaid, company linked to a philosophical sect, says that it has produced the world's first cloned human baby 3 U.S. aid workers killed
Afghan captives start detention  The first group of 20 prisoners are now in a detention camp at a military base at Guantanamo Winter Olympics opened  The 19th Winter Olympics opened with a parade of the American flag recovered from the World Trade Centre Correction gold medal; judge suspended Kidnapped US reporter is dead  Daniel Pearl was abducted in as he tried to meet Islamic militants. Videotape is showing scenes of murder Cuba opens up for Carter Bush calls for end to Arafat's rule U.S. bomb hits wedding party Dow saw its second-biggest gain ever Terror attacks 1st anniversary   Bush addressed U.N. on Iraq
Jan.11   Guantanamo
Feb.8   Utah
Feb.15   Utah
Feb.21   Pakistan
May.12   Cuba
Jun.24   Washington
Jul.1   Afghanistan
Jul.24   New York
Sep.11   Manhattan
Sep.12   UN Gen. Assembly
  President Bush called on Saddam to comply with U.N. resolutions or face possible military action to remove him
Sep.13   Pakistan
Sep.26   Washington
Oct.9  
  New York
Oct.10   U.S. Congress
Oct.24   Washington
Oct.27   Southern California
Nov.5   House of Representatives
Nov.22   Russia
Dec.15   Washington
Dec.20   U.S. Senate
Dec.27   Florida
Dec.30   Yemen





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January 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jan.3  Kabul  Taleban prisoners released
Jan.9  West Pakistan  No survivors in US plane crash
Jan.11   Guantanamo  
  The first group of 20 prisoners are now in a detention camp at a military base at Guantanamo
Jan.25  Texas  Former Enron VP commits suicide Jan.27    Patriots past Steelers 24-17 in AFC  U. S. Midwest  Rams clip Philly 29-24 in NFC Jan.29  Washington  Bush gives State of the Union address

February 2002 ... more > Top ^
Feb.3   Missouri Patriots stun Rams, win Super Bowl Feb.5  Washington  American Taleban indicted Feb.6   Ireland Trader missing after $750m fraud Feb.7  Argentina  Man detained on US flight Feb.8   Utah   Winter Olympics opened
  The 19th Winter Olympics opened with a parade of the American flag recovered from the World Trade Centre
 Afghanistan  Taleban foreign minister surrenders Feb.15   Utah   Correction gold medal; judge suspended  Russians grumbled after Olympic officials awarded a second gold medal to Canadians in a disputed figure-skating event Feb.20   Beijing Bush visits China Feb.21   Pakistan   Kidnapped US reporter is dead
  Daniel Pearl was abducted in as he tried to meet Islamic militants. Videotape is showing scenes of murder
Feb.24  Utah  Canada captures hockey gold medal

March 2002 ... more > Top ^
Mar.4  Afghanistan  US helicopter shot down. 7 killed Mar.5  Washington  Bush imposed steel tariffs Mar.7   Eastern Afghanistan Fierce battle for al-Qaeda stronghold

April 2002 ... more > Top ^
Apr.4  Washington  Powell to be sent to Mid-East Apr.5  Washington  Israel given new pullout warning Apr.14  West Bank  Powell talks peace with Arafat Apr.23  Vatican  Pope condemns US church sex abuse Apr.25  Texas  Saudis issue blunt warning to Bush

May 2002 ... more > Top ^
May.2   Washington Middle East conference to be convened
May.12   Cuba   Cuba opens up for Carter   Along with Fidel Castro, Carter toured Havana's historical district for several hours May.13   Moscow Russia and US agree arms cuts May.16   U.S. Congress Bush feels heat over terror alert  Pakistan  Body found may be Daniel Pearl's May.17  Washington  Row deepens over terror warnings May.22  Washington  Police find missing intern's body May.30  Pakistan  Pakistan 'shifts men from al-Qaeda hunt'

June 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jun.7  Southern Philippines  Hostages die in rescue bid Jun.8    Lewis stuns Tyson for famous win Jun.10  Chicago  US foils 'dirty bomb' attack Jun.11  London  Big Ben 'was September 11 target' Jun.12   New Jersey Lakers earn NBA title over Nets
Jun.13   Karachi Huge explosion near US consulate  Detroit  Wings win 10th Stanley Cup over 'Canes Jun.15  Texas  Andersen guilty in Enron case Jun.23  Arizona  Wildfires merge, form massive blaze Jun.24   Washington     Bush calls for end to Arafat's rule  President has urged the Palestinian people to replace Arafat, with a leader 'not compromised by terror' Jun.25   New York WorldCom in accounting trouble, cut jobs

July 2002 ... more > Top ^
Jul.1   Afghanistan   U.S. bomb hits wedding party  At least 20 people were killed and more than 60 injured when a plane dropped a bomb as celebrants fired into the air Jul.4   Southern California LA airport shooting kills 3
Jul.6  London  Serena takes Wimbledon title Jul.8   U.S. Congress Bush wants new laws on corporate abuse Jul.10  New York  Dow plunges below 9,000 Jul.12  UN Security Council  U.S. peacekeepers exempted Jul.15  Washington  Taliban John Pleads Guilty to 2 Charges Jul.18  Washington  Moussaoui guilty plea rejected Jul.19   New York Dow down 4.6% to 8,019 Jul.21  New York  WorldCom files largest bankruptcy ever Jul.24   New York   Dow saw its second-biggest gain ever  Dow Jones index added 488.95 points to 8,191.29. The buying was spurred by the arrest of offenders in Adelphia scandal Jul.27   Pennsylvania All 9 pulled alive from mine Jul.28   Paris Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France

August 2002 ... more > Top ^
Aug.2  Washington  White House skeptical of Iraqi offer Aug.8   Baghdad Saddam: U.S. attack 'doomed'
Aug.9   Web child porn ring broken Aug.27  Texas  Bush tells Saudi no decision on Iraq Aug.29  Hamburg  Plot behind 9/11 revealed Aug.30  New York  Baseball strike averted

September 2002 ... more > Top ^
Sep.4  U.S. Congress  Bush to seek Congress approval on Iraq Sep.7   Washington Bush, Blair make case against Iraq
Sep.8  Indiana  Yugoslavia wins FIBA World Championship Sep.10  Washington  U.S. at 'high alert' Sep.11   Manhattan     Terror attacks 1st anniversary Map of Ground Zero USA  At Ground Zero in New York, at the Pentagon, in a field in Pennsylvania moments of silence were observed Sep.12   UN Gen. Assembly     Bush addressed U.N. on Iraq
  President Bush called on Saddam to comply with U.N. resolutions or face possible military action to remove him
Sep.13   Pakistan     9/11 planner arrested
  Ramzi Binalshibh was one of the al Qaeda operatives most wanted by the U.S. government Sep.25  Ivory Coast  U.S. students evacuated Sep.26   Washington   U.S. begins push for U.N. Iraq resolution  The administration is negotiate a specific text, talking with the 4 other permanent members of Security Council Sep.27  Washington  U.S., UK on diplomatic offensive  Washington  Hundreds arrested at IMF protests Sep.29  England  Europe wins Ryder Cup over U.S.

October 2002 ... more > Top ^
Oct.3  Washington  Police link killings Oct.4  Washington  Walker Lindh sentenced to 20 years Oct.8  Kuwait  Attack on Marines Oct.9     Nasdaq fell to 1,114
  4 Years low   New York   Dow fell to 7,286
  4 Years low Oct.10   U.S. Congress     Congress backs Bush war powers  The Senate (77-23 in favour) has followed the House of Representatives in authorising President to use force against Iraq Oct.15  Washington  Sniper claims ninth victim Oct.22  Washington  Sniper's chilling threat to children Oct.24   Washington     Two arrested in sniper shootings  Members of the sniper task force arrested an ex-soldier John Allen Muhammad, 42, and his stepson Oct.25  Texas  Jiang and Bush start summit Oct.27   Southern California   Angels win World Series over Giants  Angels lead Giants 4-1 through 8 innings. Lackey was steady for 5 innings and Garret Anderson hit a 3-run double

November 2002 ... more > Top ^
Nov.4  Yemen  U.S. kills Cole suspect Nov.5   House of Representatives   Congress falls to Republicans
  Republicans to hold onto control of the House, apparently win in 2 gubernatorial races and closer toward control of Senate Nov.22   Russia     Bush meets Putin  The United States and Russia urged Iraq to disarm. Bush reassures Putin that NATO's expansion poses no threat Nov.25  Washington  Ridge set to head Homeland Sec. Dept. Nov.27   Washington Bush names Kissinger to head 9/11 probe


December 2002 ... more > Top ^
Dec.6   Washington Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned
Dec.9   New York United flies into bankruptcy Dec.10  Norway  Nobel winner Carter's Iraq warning Dec.11   Yemen U.S. lets Scud ship sail to Yemen  Washington  Smallpox vaccinations for military ordered Dec.13  Washington  U.S.: Iraq report 'far short' of complete  Boston  Cardinal Law quits over sex scandal Dec.14  North Korea  Paper: 'Burning hatred' for U.S. Dec.15   Washington   Gore will not run for president in 2004  Former US Vice President only last month re-iterated that he was the true winner of the 2000 presidential race Dec.16  Washington  Powell: Iraq declaration has 'problems' Dec.17   Washington Bush gives go-ahead to missile defence  UN  Al-Qaeda 'still poses big threat' Dec.18  Washington  Officials: Bush to declare Iraq in violation Dec.19   Washington Powell: Declaration 'fails totally'  Washington  Bush to speak on Iraq 'violation' Dec.20   U.S. Senate   Lott stepping down as majority leader  Wounded by the controversy over his racially divisive comments, Lott stepping down as Senate Republican leader  Iraq  US moves towards war footing  Washington  Bush: 'A disappointing day' for peace  Washington  US agrees to share Iraq intelligence Dec.21    US calls for tougher Iraq inspections Dec.22  Washington  US rebuffs Iraq's CIA invitation Dec.23   Southern Iraq U.S. drone shot down Dec.24   California Pregnant woman missing  Chicago  Emotional reunion for freed dissident Dec.27   Florida   Cloned baby birth claim
  Clonaid, company linked to a philosophical sect, says that it has produced the world's first cloned human baby
Dec.29  Washington  US rules out strike on N Korea Dec.30   Yemen   3 U.S. aid workers killed  A suspected Islamic extremist shot dead 3 humanitarian workers and wounded a fourth at a missionary hospital  Yemen  US seeks justice over murders Dec.31   New York 3rd consecutive year of stock losses



Fierce battle for al-Qaeda stronghold Middle East conference to be convened Russia and US agree arms cuts U.S. bomb hits wedding party  At least 20 people were killed and more than 60 injured when a plane dropped a bomb as celebrants fired into the air Saddam: U.S. attack 'doomed'   Congress backs Bush war powers  The Senate (77-23 in favour) has followed the House of Representatives in authorising President to use force against Iraq U.S. lets Scud ship sail to Yemen Bush gives go-ahead to missile defence U.S. drone shot down All 9 pulled alive from mine Pregnant woman missing Cloned baby birth claim




United States, 2002 War & Army Timeline ... See World War & Army timeline Top ^
2002
Jan.3  Kabul  Taleban prisoners released
Jan.9  West Pakistan  No survivors in US plane crash
Mar.4  Afghanistan  US helicopter shot down. 7 killed
Mar.7   Eastern Afghanistan
Apr.4  Washington  Powell to be sent to Mid-East
Apr.5  Washington  Israel given new pullout warning
May.2   Washington
May.13   Moscow
May.30  Pakistan  Pakistan 'shifts men from al-Qaeda hunt'
Jul.1   Afghanistan
Jul.12  UN Security Council  U.S. peacekeepers exempted
Aug.8   Baghdad
Sep.25  Ivory Coast  U.S. students evacuated
Oct.8  Kuwait  Attack on Marines
Oct.10   U.S. Congress
Nov.4  Yemen  U.S. kills Cole suspect
Dec.10  Norway  Nobel winner Carter's Iraq warning
Dec.11   Yemen
Dec.11  Washington  Smallpox vaccinations for military ordered
Dec.17   Washington
Dec.19  Washington  Bush to speak on Iraq 'violation'
Dec.20  Iraq  US moves towards war footing
Dec.20  Washington  Bush: 'A disappointing day' for peace
Dec.20  Washington  US agrees to share Iraq intelligence
Dec.21    US calls for tougher Iraq inspections
Dec.23   Southern Iraq
Dec.29  Washington  US rules out strike on N Korea




United States, 2002 Disasters Timeline ... See World Disasters timeline Top ^
2002
Jan.9  West Pakistan  No survivors in US plane crash
Jan.25  Texas  Former Enron VP commits suicide
Feb.7  Argentina  Man detained on US flight
Mar.4  Afghanistan  US helicopter shot down. 7 killed
Jun.23  Arizona  Wildfires merge, form massive blaze
Jul.27   Pennsylvania
Sep.25  Ivory Coast  U.S. students evacuated
Dec.24   California
Dec.27   Florida
  Clonaid, company linked to a philosophical sect, says that it has produced the world's first cloned human baby




United States, 2002 Sports Timeline ... See World Sports timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.27    Patriots past Steelers 24-17 in AFC Jan.27  U. S. Midwest  Rams clip Philly 29-24 in NFC Feb.3   Missouri Patriots stun Rams, win Super Bowl
Feb.8   Utah Winter Olympics opened
  The 19th Winter Olympics opened with a parade of the American flag recovered from the World Trade Centre
Feb.15   Utah Correction gold medal; judge suspended  Russians grumbled after Olympic officials awarded a second gold medal to Canadians in a disputed figure-skating event Feb.24  Utah  Canada captures hockey gold medal Jun.8    Lewis stuns Tyson for famous win Jun.12   New Jersey Lakers earn NBA title over Nets Jun.13  Detroit  Wings win 10th Stanley Cup over 'Canes Jul.6  London  Serena takes Wimbledon title Jul.28   Paris Armstrong wins 4th Tour de France Aug.30  New York  Baseball strike averted Sep.8  Indiana  Yugoslavia wins FIBA World Championship Sep.29  England  Europe wins Ryder Cup over U.S. Oct.27   Southern California Angels win World Series over Giants  Angels lead Giants 4-1 through 8 innings. Lackey was steady for 5 innings and Garret Anderson hit a 3-run double



United States, 2002 Business Timeline ... See World Business timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.25  Texas  Former Enron VP commits suicide Mar.5  Washington  Bush imposed steel tariffs Jun.15  Texas  Andersen guilty in Enron case Jun.25   New York WorldCom in accounting trouble, cut jobs
Jul.8   U.S. Congress Bush wants new laws on corporate abuse Jul.10  New York  Dow plunges below 9,000 Jul.19   New York Dow down 4.6% to 8,019 Jul.21  New York  WorldCom files largest bankruptcy ever Jul.24   New York Dow saw its second-biggest gain ever  Dow Jones index added 488.95 points to 8,191.29. The buying was spurred by the arrest of offenders in Adelphia scandal Aug.30  New York  Baseball strike averted Oct.9   Nasdaq fell to 1,114
  4 Years low Oct.9   New York Dow fell to 7,286  4 Years low Dec.6   Washington Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned Dec.9   New York United flies into bankruptcy Dec.31   New York 3rd consecutive year of stock losses



United States, 2002 Crime Timeline ... See World Crime timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.11   Guantanamo Afghan captives start detention
  The first group of 20 prisoners are now in a detention camp at a military base at Guantanamo
Feb.5  Washington  American Taleban indicted Feb.6   Ireland Trader missing after $750m fraud Feb.8  Afghanistan  Taleban foreign minister surrenders Feb.21   Pakistan Kidnapped US reporter is dead
  Daniel Pearl was abducted in as he tried to meet Islamic militants. Videotape is showing scenes of murder
Apr.23  Vatican  Pope condemns US church sex abuse May.16  Pakistan  Body found may be Daniel Pearl's May.22  Washington  Police find missing intern's body Jun.7  Southern Philippines  Hostages die in rescue bid Jun.10  Chicago  US foils 'dirty bomb' attack Jun.11  London  Big Ben 'was September 11 target' Jun.13   Karachi Huge explosion near US consulate Jun.15  Texas  Andersen guilty in Enron case Jul.4   Southern California LA airport shooting kills 3 Jul.8   U.S. Congress Bush wants new laws on corporate abuse Jul.15  Washington  Taliban John Pleads Guilty to 2 Charges Jul.18  Washington  Moussaoui guilty plea rejected Aug.9   Web child porn ring broken Aug.29  Hamburg  Plot behind 9/11 revealed Sep.10  Washington  U.S. at 'high alert' Sep.13   Pakistan   9/11 planner arrested  Ramzi Binalshibh was one of the al Qaeda operatives most wanted by the U.S. government Oct.3  Washington  Police link killings Oct.4  Washington  Walker Lindh sentenced to 20 years Oct.8  Kuwait  Attack on Marines Oct.15  Washington  Sniper claims ninth victim Oct.22  Washington  Sniper's chilling threat to children Oct.24   Washington   Two arrested in sniper shootings  Members of the sniper task force arrested an ex-soldier John Allen Muhammad, 42, and his stepson Dec.17  UN  Al-Qaeda 'still poses big threat' Dec.30   Yemen 3 U.S. aid workers killed  A suspected Islamic extremist shot dead 3 humanitarian workers and wounded a fourth at a missionary hospital Dec.30  Yemen  US seeks justice over murders



United States, 2002 Politics Timeline ... See World Politics timeline Top ^
2002 Jan.29  Washington  Bush gives State of the Union address Feb.20   Beijing Bush visits China
Apr.14  West Bank  Powell talks peace with Arafat Apr.23  Vatican  Pope condemns US church sex abuse Apr.25  Texas  Saudis issue blunt warning to Bush May.2   Washington Middle East conference to be convened May.12   Cuba Cuba opens up for Carter   Along with Fidel Castro, Carter toured Havana's historical district for several hours May.16   U.S. Congress Bush feels heat over terror alert May.17  Washington  Row deepens over terror warnings Jun.24   Washington   Bush calls for end to Arafat's rule  President has urged the Palestinian people to replace Arafat, with a leader 'not compromised by terror' Aug.2  Washington  White House skeptical of Iraqi offer Aug.27  Texas  Bush tells Saudi no decision on Iraq Sep.4  U.S. Congress  Bush to seek Congress approval on Iraq Sep.7   Washington Bush, Blair make case against Iraq Sep.10  Washington  U.S. at 'high alert' Sep.11   Manhattan   Terror attacks 1st anniversary Map of Ground Zero USA  At Ground Zero in New York, at the Pentagon, in a field in Pennsylvania moments of silence were observed Sep.12   UN Gen. Assembly   Bush addressed U.N. on Iraq
  President Bush called on Saddam to comply with U.N. resolutions or face possible military action to remove him
Sep.26   Washington U.S. begins push for U.N. Iraq resolution  The administration is negotiate a specific text, talking with the 4 other permanent members of Security Council Sep.27  Washington  U.S., UK on diplomatic offensive Sep.27  Washington  Hundreds arrested at IMF protests Oct.10   U.S. Congress   Congress backs Bush war powers  The Senate (77-23 in favour) has followed the House of Representatives in authorising President to use force against Iraq Oct.25  Texas  Jiang and Bush start summit Nov.5   House of Representatives Congress falls to Republicans  Republicans to hold onto control of the House, apparently win in 2 gubernatorial races and closer toward control of Senate Nov.22   Russia   Bush meets Putin  The United States and Russia urged Iraq to disarm. Bush reassures Putin that NATO's expansion poses no threat Nov.25  Washington  Ridge set to head Homeland Sec. Dept. Nov.27   Washington Bush names Kissinger to head 9/11 probe
Dec.6   Washington Treasury chief O'Neill, Lindsey resigned Dec.10  Norway  Nobel winner Carter's Iraq warning Dec.13  Washington  U.S.: Iraq report 'far short' of complete Dec.13  Boston  Cardinal Law quits over sex scandal Dec.14  North Korea  Paper: 'Burning hatred' for U.S. Dec.15   Washington Gore will not run for president in 2004  Former US Vice President only last month re-iterated that he was the true winner of the 2000 presidential race Dec.16  Washington  Powell: Iraq declaration has 'problems' Dec.18  Washington  Officials: Bush to declare Iraq in violation Dec.19   Washington Powell: Declaration 'fails totally' Dec.20   U.S. Senate Lott stepping down as majority leader  Wounded by the controversy over his racially divisive comments, Lott stepping down as Senate Republican leader Dec.22  Washington  US rebuffs Iraq's CIA invitation Dec.24  Chicago  Emotional reunion for freed dissident