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=2000 -  10 Jan 2000:  AOL-Time Warner formed
-  21 May 2000:  Former president James Garfield's spine put on display
-  9 July 2000:  Venus Williams wins Wimbledon for the first time
-  25 July 2000:  Concorde jet crashes, killing everyone aboard
-  29 July 2000 Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston wed
-  12 Aug 2000:  Russian sub, the "Kursk," sinks with 118 onboard
-  23 Aug 2000:  First "Survivor" finale airs
-  12 Oct 2000:  USS Cole attacked by terrorists
-  2 Nov 2000:  First residential crew arrives aboard the International Space Station
7 Nov 2000
   -  Presidential election results between Al Gore and George Bush too close to call - Link,
   -  Hillary Clinton is elected to the U.S. Senate
13 Dec 2000
     -  Al Gore Concedes presidential election - Link,
     -  Texas Seven prison break
=2001 -  6 Jan 2001:  Congress certifies George W. Bush winner of 2000 elections, Link,
-  9 Jan 2001:  Apple launches iTunes
-  18 Feb 2001:  Dale Earnhardt, Sr. Killed in crash
-  20 June 2001:  Andrea Yates drowns her five children
-  21 June 2001:  Actor Caroll O'Connor died at age 76
-  27 June 2001:  Actor Jack Lemmon died at age 76
-  11 Sept 2001:  Attack on America
-  7 Oct 2001:  U.S.-led attack on Afghanistan begins
-  8 Oct 2001:  The Office of Homeland Security is founded
-  26 Oct 2001:  George W. Bush signs the Patriot Act
-  10 Nov 2001:  George W. Bush addresses the United Nations regarding terrorism
-  12 Nov 2001:  Plane crashes in Rockaway, New York
-  15 Nov 2001:  Microsoft releases Xbox gaming console
-  16 Nov 2001:  First Harry Potter film opens
-  29 Nov 2001:  George Harrison, lead guitarist for the Beatles, dies
-  2 Dec 2001:  Enron files for bankruptcy
-  7 Dec 2001:   "Ocean's Eleven" remake opens in theaters
-  15 Dec 2001:  Leaning Tower of Pisa reopens
=2002 -  8 Jan 2002:  President George W. Bush signs No Child Left Behind Act into law
-  27 Jan 2002:  Explosions trigger deadly panic in Nigeria
-  29 Jan 2002:  George W. Bush describes Iraq, Iran and North Korea as "axis of evil"
-  7 Feb 2002:  President George W. Bush announces plan for "faith-based initiatives"
-  12 Feb 2002:  Former Yugoslav president Slobodan Milosevic goes on trial for war crimes
-  10 July 2002:  Bill to allow airline pilots to carry guns was approved
-  16 July 2002:  President Bush unveils strategy for homeland security
-  5 Aug 2002:  Divers recover U.S.S. Monitor turret - History.com,
-  20 Sept 2002:  Avalanche thunders into Russian village
-  11 Oct 2002:  Jimmy Carter wins Nobel Peace Prize - Link,
-  12 Oct 2002:  Terrorists kill 202 in Bali
-  23 Oct 2002:  Hostage crisis in Moscow theater
-  5 Dec 2002:  TV producer Roone Arledge dies
=2003 -  22 Jan 2003:  Hispanics are officially declared the largest minority group in the U.S.
-  5 Feb 2003:  Secretary of State Colin Powell speaks at UN, justifies US Invasion of Iraq
-  1 Feb 2003:  Columbia Space Shuttle mission ends in disaster
-  18 Feb 2003:  Arsonist sets fire in South Korean subway
-  20 Feb 2003:  Rhode Island nightclub burns
-  12 March 2003:  Police recover Elizabeth Smart and arrest her abductors
-  19 March 2003:  War in Iraq begins
-  1 April 2003:  Pvt. Jessica Lynch was rescued
-  9 April 2003:  Baghdad falls to US forces
-  29 May 2003:  Bob Hope celebrates 100th birthday
-  4 June 2003:  Martha Stewart indicted for securities fraud and obstruction of Justice
-  26 June 2003:  Former US Senator Strom Thurmond dies
-  29 June 2003:  Actress Katharine Hepburn dies at age 96
-  3 July 2003:  US put a $25 million bounty on Saddam Hussein lesser amounts for his 2 sons
-  5 July 2003:  World Health Organization declares SARS contained
-  12 July 2003:  USS Ronald Reagan, first carrier named for a living president, commissioned in Norfolk, VA
-  22 July 2003
   -  Jessica Lynch gets hero's welcome
   -  Qusay and Uday Hussein killed
-  30 July 2003:  Last classic VW Beetle rolls off the line
-  10 Aug 2003:  Temperatures in UK top 100 for the first time during European heat wave
-  14 Aug 2003:  Blackout hits northeast US
-  30 Aug 2003:  Movie tough guy Charles Bronson dies
-  12 Sept 2003:  Walt Received a Certification of Military Service - Image
-  7 Oct 2003:  Arnold Schwarzenegger becomes California governor
-  24 Oct 2003:  The Concorde makes its final flight
17 Nov 2003
   -  "The Terminator" becomes "The Governator" of California
   -  Washington, D.C. sniper John Muhammad convicted
-  19 Nov 2003:  An arrest warrant is issued for Michael Jackson
-  20 Nov 2003:  Music producer Phil Spector indicted for murder of actress
-  12 Dec 2003:  Saddam Hussein captured - Link
-  17 Dec 2003:  Third and final "Lord of the Rings" movie opens
=2004 -  3 Jan 2004:  Mars Exploration Rover "Spirit" safely lands on Mars - Link,
-  1 Feb 2004:  "Nipplegate" controversy at the Super Bowl XXXVIII halftime show
-  4 Feb 2004:  FarceBook launches
-   29 Apr 2004
   -  WW 2 Monument opens in Washington, D.C. - History.com,
   -  End of the road for Oldsmobile

-  17 May 2004:  First legal same-sex marriage performed in Massachusetts
-  23 May 2004:  George W. Bush recovers from bicycle accident
-  3 June 2004:  Resignation of CIA Director George Tenet
-  5 June 2004:  Ronald Reagan dies
-  1 July 2004:  Actor Marlon Barndo died in Los Angeles at age 80
-  21 Aug 2004:  Michael Phelps wins eighth medal
-  29 Aug 2004:  Brazilian marathoner assaulted at Olympics
-  3 Sept 2004:  Russian school siege ends in bloodbath
-  13 Sept 2004:  Oprah gives away nearly 300 new cars
-  10 Oct 2004:  Superman Christopher Reeve dies at age 52
-  15 Oct 2004:  "Funeral coaches" exempted from car-seat law
-  27 Oct 2004:  Red Sox win first championship since 1918
-  12 Nov 2004:  Scott Peterson convicted of murder
-  30 Nov 2004:  "Jeopardy!" contestant's record winning streak ends (Ken Jennings)
-  26 Dec 2004:  Tsunami devastates Indian Ocean coast
=2005 -  25 Jan 2005:  BTK killer sends message
-  26 Jan 2005:  George W. Bush appoints Condoleezza Rice as secretary of state
-  3 Feb 2005:  Alberto Gonzales becomes first Hispanic U.S. attorney general
-  12 Feb 2005:  Christo and Jeanne-Claude's "The Gates" opens in New York's Central Park
-  4 March 2005:  Martha Stewart is released from prison
-  2 April 2005:  Pope John Paul II dies
-  20 May 2005:  Convicted sex offender Mary Kay Letourneau marries former victim
-  29 May 2005:  Danica Patrick becomes first woman to lead Indy 500
-  31 May 2005:  Identity of "Deep Throat" source who helped unravel the Watergate scandal, is revealed
-  15 June 2005:  Police search Van der Sloot home in Holloway disappearance
-  24 June 2005:  Tom Cruise jumps on couch, "Today" Show interview
-  1 July 2005:  Last Ford Thunderbird produced
-  7 July 2005:  Terrorists attack London transit system at rush hour
-  21 July 2005:  Bombers attempt to attack London transit system
-  22 July 2005:  "March of the Penguins" debuts
-  24 July 2005:  Lance Armstrong wins 7th Tour de France
-  7 Aug 2005:  Trapped Russian Sub rescued
-  29 Aug 2005:  Hurricane Katrina slams into Gulf Coast
-  25 Sept 2005:  IRA officially disarms
-  29 Sept 2005:  Reporter Judith Miller released from prison
-  30 Sept 2005:  Michael Eisner resigns as Disney CEO
-  1 Oct 2005:  Suicide bombers stage attacks in Bali
-  22 Nov 2005:  Angela Merkel becomes Chancellor of Germany
-  27 Nov 2005:  Aerosmith and 50 Cent headline a $10 million bat mitzvah
=2006 -  2 Jan 2006:  13 coal miners are trapped in Sago Mine disaster; 12 die
-  24 Jan 2006:  Walt Disney announces $7.4 billion purchase of Pixar
-  26 Jan 2006:  Oprah Winfrey confronts author James Frey over lying
-  3 Feb 2006:  "World's Fastest Indian" makes U.S. debut
-  22 Feb 2006:  Gang commits largest robbery in British history
-  27 June 2006:  Constitutional Amendment to ban desecration of the American flag died in Senat
-  28 June 2006:  DaimlerChrysler announces Smart's arrival in US
-  15 July 2006:  Twitter launches
-  30 Aug 2006:  California Senate passes Global Warming Solutions Act
-  5 Sept 2006:  Katie Couric makes historic network anchor debut
-  2 Oct 2006:  Gunman kills five students at Amish school
-  27 Oct 2006:  Chick-fil-A founder takes last Ford Taurus
-  14 Nov 2020:  Last day for Texas' celebrated drive-in Pig Stands
=2007 -  4 Jan 2007:  Nancy Pelosi becomes first female Speaker of the House (Democrat) - Link, -
-  9 Jan 2007:  Steve Jobs debuts the iPhone
-  19 Jan 2007:  First McDonald's drive-through opens in Beijing
-  16 April 2007:  Virginia Tech shooting leaves 32 dead
-  21 July 2007:  Final Harry Potter book released
-  27 Aug 2007:  POS Michael Vick pleads guilty in dogfighting case
-  26 Sept 2007:  Mistrial declared in Phil Spector murder case
-  12 Oct 2007:  Al Gore wins Nobel Prize in the wake of "An Inconvenient Truth" - Link,
-  27 Dec 2007:  Pakistani politician Benazir Bhutto assassinated
=2008 -  6 Jan 2008:  Disney-MGM Studios becomes Disney's Hollywood Studios
-  10 Jan 2008:  World's cheapest car debuts in India (Nano) - Cost:  About $2500.00
-  22 Jan 2008:  Heath Ledger dies of accidental prescription drug overdose
-  12 Feb 2008:  Hollywood writers' strike ends after 100 days
-  20 April 2008:  Danica Patrick becomes first woman to win a Indy race (NOT the Indy 500)
-  10 Sept 2008:  CERN Large Hadron Collider is powered up
-  15 Sept 2008:  Lehman Brothers declares bankruptcy
-  29 Sept 2008:  Dow suffers largest single-day drop
-  4 Nov 2008:  Barack Obama elected as America's first Black president
-  11 DEc 2008:  Billionaire conman Bernard Madoff arrested
=2009 -  2 Jan 2009:  Rare Bugatti found in British garage
-  15 Jan 2009:  Pilot Sully Sullenberger performs "Miracle on the Hudson"
-  18 Jan 2009:  GM auctions off historic Cars
-  20 Jan 2009:  Barack Obama is inaugurated
-  21 Jan 200:  Toyota officially passes GM as planet's biggest car maker
-  30 March 2009:  President Obama announces auto industry shakeup
-  27 April 2009:  GM announces plans to phase out Pontiac
-  15 May 2009:  GE finally initiates cleanup of polluted Hudson River (Pollution took place 1947-1977)
-  1 June 2009:  GM filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
25 June 2009
    -  Michael Jackson dies at age 50
   -  Farrah Fawcett, dies at age 62
-  29 June 2009:  Bernard Madoff received a 150-year sentence for his multibillion-dollar fraud
-  8 Aug 2009:  Sonia Sotomayor is sworn in as an Associate Judge of the Supreme Court
-  25 Aug 2009:  Ted Kennedy dies at age 77
-  8 Oct 2009:  Self-help guru's sweat lodge ceremony turns deadly (James Arthur Ray near Sedona, Arizona
-  5 Nov 2009:  Army major kills 13 people in Fort Hood shooting spree
-  4 Dec 2009:  Amanda Knox convicted of murder in Italy
-  10 Dec 2009:  "Avatar" makes its world premiere in London
-  16 Dec 2009:  Blockbuster sci-fi film "Avatar" opens in U.S. theaters
-  23 Dec 2009:  "Balloon Boy" parents sentenced in Colorado
=2010 -  11 Jan 2010:  Miep Gies, who hid Anne Frank, dies at 100 - History.com,
-  12 Jan 2010:  Massive earthquake strikes Haiti
-  18 Feb 2010:  WikiLeaks publishes the first documents leaked by Chelsea Manning
-  19 Feb 2010:  Tiger Woods apologizes for extramarital affairs
-  20 April 2010:  Massive oil spill begins in Gulf of Mexico (Deepwater Horizon oil drilling rig)
-  8 May 2010:  Betty White becomes oldest "Saturday Night Live" host (88)
-  3 June 2010:  Joran van der Sloot arrested for murder in South America
-  29 June 2010:  Larry Kind announced he would step down from his CNN show after 25 years on the air
-  3 July 2010:  President Obama awarded $2 billion in funding for new solar plants
-  6 July 2010:  Queen Elizabeth II addressed UN for first time since 1957
-  10 July 2010:  Robotic submarines removed a leaking cap from a gushing oil well in the Gulf of Mexico
-  9 Aug 2010:  JetBlue flight attendant quits job via escape slide
-  13 Oct 2010:  Chilean miners are rescued after 69 days underground

=2011 -  8 Jan 2011:  Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords injured in shooting rampage - Link,
-  24 Jan 2011:  Moscow's Domodedovo International Airport is bombed by Chechen terrorists
-  18 Feb 2011:  Green River serial killer pleads guilty to 49th murder
-  23 March 2011:  Elizabeth Taylor dies
-  29 April 2011:  Prince William weds Kate Middleton
-  2 May 2011:  Osama bin Laden killed by US forces
-  22 June 2011:  Whitey Bulger is arrested (Notorious Boston Mobster)
-  21 July 2011:  NASA's final space shuttle mission comes to an end
-  19 Aug 2011:  "West Memphis Three" released from prison after 18 years
-  3 Oct 2011:  Amanda Knox murder conviction overturned in Italy
-  4 Oct 2011:  Man who served 25 years for murder exonerated by DNA (Michael Morton)
-  5 Oct 2011:  Apple founder Steve Jobs dies
-  20 Oct 2011:  Libyan dictator Muammar al-Qaddafi is killed
-  29 Nov 2011:  Dr. Conrad Murray receives four-year sentence in Michael Jackson's death
-  15 Dec 2011:  U.S. declares an end to the War in Iraq
-  17 Dec 2011:Kim Jong Il, leader of North Korea, dies
=2012 -  11 Jan 2012:  Joran van der Sloot admits to Peru murder
-  5 Feb 2012:  Husband of missing Utah woman kills self and two young sons
-  11 Feb 2012:  Pop superstar Whitney Houston dies at age 48
-  26 Feb 2012:  Florida teen Trayvon Martin is shot and killed
-  18 April 2012:  Dick Clark dies
-  18 May 2012:  FarceBook raises $16 billion in largest tech IPO in US history
-  4 Aug 2012:  Oscar Pistorius becomes the first amputee runner to compete at the Olympics
-  20 Sept 2012:  Amish convicted in beard-cutting attacks
-  22 Sept 2012:  Cyclist Lance Armstrong is stripped of his seven Tour de France titles
-  4 Dec 2012:  Typhoon "Pablo" kills over 1,000 people in the Philippines
-  14 Dec 2012:  Sandy Hook school shooting
=2013 -  28 Feb 2013:  Pope Benedict resigns
-  8 April 2013:  Margaret Thatcher, Britain's first female prime minister, dies
-  15 April 2013:  3 people killed, hundreds injured in Boston Marathon bombing
-  6 June 2013:  Edward Snowden discloses US Govt operations
-  23 June 2013:  Nik Wallenda makes Grand Canyon crossing on high wire
-  13 July 2013:  the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter first appears, sparking a movement
-  22 July 2013:  Prince George, first child of Prince William and Kate Middleton, is born
-  2 Sept 2013:  Diana Nyad, 64, makes record swim from Cuba to Florida
-  5 Dec 2013:  South African president Nelson Mandela dies at 95
=2014 -  2 Feb 2014:  Actor Philip Seymour Hoffman dies at age 46
-  10 Feb 2014:  Iconic child star Shirley Temple dies at 85
-  22 Feb 2014:  "El Chapo", the world's most-wanted drug kingpin is captured in Mexico
-  25 April 2014:  The Flint water crisis begins
-  16 May 2014:  Barbara Walters Signs off
-  19 June 2014:  Felipe VI becomes King of Spain after Juan Carlos I abdicates
17 July 2014
     -  Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 shot down over the Ukraine-Russia border
     -  Eric Garner dies in NYPD chokehold
-   9 Aug 2014:  Michael Brown is killed by a police officer in Ferguson, Missouri
-  11 Aug 2014:  Actor Robin Williams dies at age 63
-  12 Aug 2014:  Lauren Bacall dies
-  4 Sept 2014:  Joan Rivers dies
-  8 Oct 2014: First person in U.S. diagnosed with Ebola dies
-  3 Nov:  One World Trade Center officially opens in New York City, on the site of the Twin Towers - Link,
=2015 -  7 Jan 2015:  12 people die in shooting at "Charlie Hebdo" offices (France)
-  11 April 2015:  Barack Obama and Raul Castro meet in Panama
-  23 May 2015:  Ireland legalizes same-sex marriage
-  17 June 2015:  Charleston church shooting
-  27 June 2015:  Activist Bree Newsome removes Confederate flag from South Carolina State House
-  13 July 2015:  Sandra Bland dies in jail after traffic stop confrontation
-  14 Sept 2015:  Muslim teen arrested fro bringing reassembled clock to school
-  13 Nov 2015:  ISIL stages series of terrorist attacks in Paris, culminating in massacre at Bataclan theater
=2016 -  8 Jan 2016:  Infamous drug lord "El Chapo" is captured by Mexican authorities
-  21 April 2016:  Prince dies at 57
-  3 June 2016:  Muhammad Ali died at a hospital in Arizona at age 74
-  12 June 2016:  Terrorist gunman attacks Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, FL
-  14 July 2016:  Terrorist drives truck through Bastille Day celebration
=2017 -  20 Jan 2017:  SAD DAY in AMERICA:  a Piece of Garbage (POG) is Inaugurated
-  21 Jan 2017:  Women's March
-  3 June 2017:  Terrorists attack London Bridge
-  12 June 2017:  Otto Warmbier returns from North Korean prison in a coma
-  14 June 2017:  five people shot, including Republican congressman, at charity baseball game
-  1 Oct 2017:  Gunman opens fire on Las Vegas concert crowd, wounding hundreds and killing 58
-  5 Oct 2017:  New York Times publishes bombshell investigation into allegations against Harvey Weinstein
-  24 Oct 2017:  Terrorists attack mosque in Sinai, Egypt
=2018 -  24 Jan 2018:  Larry Nassar, a former doctor for USA Gymnastics, is sentenced to prison for sexual assault
-  14 Feb 2018:  Teen gunman kills 17, injures 17 at Parkland, Florida high school
-  25 March 2018:  Adult Star Stormy Daniels accused disclosed sexual encounter with POG
-  28 Sept 2018:  Arctic shipping lane opens due to ice melt; cargo ship completes the journey
=2019 -  30 April 2020:  Japan's Emperor Akihito abdicates
-  18 Dec 2019:  POG impeached
=2020 -  2 Jan:  Live Gambling, Hoosier Park, Anderson - Doc5536.pdf
-  3 Jan:  US Attacks Iran, kills General - Doc5537.pdf
-  21 Jan 2020:  First confirmed case of COVID-19 found in U.S.
-  26 Jan 2020:  Basketball star Kobe Bryant dies in helicopter crash
-  5 Feb 2020:  POG acquitted by US Senate
-  11 Feb 2020:  World Health Organization officially names novel coronavirus disease COVID-19
-  March 2020:  COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
-  6 July 2020:  Charlie Daniels, age 83, died today
-  17 July 2020:  John Lewis, 80, Civil Rights Leader dies today in Atlanta, Georgia
-  18 Sept 2020:  Ruth Bader Ginsburg dies at age 87 (Supreme Court Justice) - (First woman to lie in state at the US Capitol)
-   12 Dec 2020:
     -  Charley Pride, Country Singer died age 18, from Covid-19
     -  John ElCarre, Author, Died, abe 89
=2021 -  6 Jan 2021:  US Capitol attacked by domestic terrorists incited by the POG, his son POG, Jr. and Rudy Guilani.  They were aided and encouraged by 148 House Republicans and 8 Republican Senators.
-  13 Jan 2021:  POG impeached for the second time in his term of office
-  20 Jan 2021:  Inauguration of Joe Biden and Kamala Harris
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   

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