Sila Calderón becomes the first female Governor of Puerto Rico.
Rapper Vanilla Ice spends night in jail after allegedly ripping out some of his wife's hair during a row
27th People's Choice Awards: Mel Gibson & Julia Roberts win (Dramatic Motion Picture) and Drew Carey & Jennifer Aniston win (TV)
28th American Music Award: Faith Hill & Kid Rock win
ABC-TV deputs "The Mole" for the first time
Shenzhou 2, an unmanned Chinese spacecraft, is launched.
Apple announced iTunes at the Macworld Expo in San Francisco, for organizing and playing digital music and videos. Now widely used by Windows and Mac users.
A large piece of the chalk cliff at Beachy Head collapses into the sea.
The White House announces it will not designate the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge as a national monument; environmentalist groups had been pressing for national monument status for the ANWR to prevent oil drilling
Earthquake measuring magnitude 7.6 strikes El Salvador, killing more than 840 people
Jennifer Lopez scored her first UK No.1 single with 'Love Don't Cost A Thing.'
Wikipedia, a free Wiki content encyclopedia, goes online.
Congolese President Laurent-Désiré Kabila is assassinated by one of his own bodyguards.
US President Bill Clinton awards former President Theodore Roosevelt a posthumous Medal of Honor for his service in the Spanish-American War.
President Bill Clinton posthumously raises Meriwether Lewis' rank from Lieutenant to Captain.
OPEC agrees at a meeting of ministers in Vienna, to reduce members' oil production quotas by 1.5 million barrels per day
President of the Philippines Joseph Estrada is ousted in the EDSA II Revolution and succeeded by Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo.
The Chinese Communist Party stages a self-immolation in Tiananmen Square to frame Falun Gong and escalate the persecution.
A 50-year-old Douglas DC-3 crashes near Ciudad Bolivar, Venezuela killing 24
An earthquake hits Gujarat, India, causing more than 20,000 deaths.
Super Bowl XXXV: Baltimore Ravens beat New York Giants, 34-7 at the Raymond James Stadium MVP: Ray Lewis, Baltimore, LB
Thousands of student protesters in Indonesia storm parliament and demand that President Abdurrahman Wahid resign due to alleged involvement in corruption scandals.
In the Netherlands a Scottish court convicts a Libyan and acquits another for their part in the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 which crashed into Lockerbie, Scotland in 1988.
NFL Pro Bowl: AFC beats NFC 38-17
The American submarine USS Greeneville accidentally strikes and sinks the Ehime-Maru, a Japanese training vessel operated by the Uwajima Fishery High School.
NEAR Shoemaker spacecraft touchdown in the "saddle" region of 433 Eros becoming the first spacecraft to land on an asteroid.
9th ESPY Awards: Tiger Woods, Marion Jones win
An earthquake measuring 6.6 on the Richter Scale hits El Salvador, killing at least 400.
First draft of the complete Human Genome is published in Nature
FBI agent Robert Hanssen is arrested for spying for the Soviet Union. He was ultimately convicted and sentenced to life in prison.
Crash during Daytona 500 race on last lap claims life of Dale Earnhardt
An Oklahoma City bombing museum is dedicated at the Oklahoma City National Memorial.
The United States Supreme Court declines to consider an appeal by five major oil companies against Unocal's patent on production of cleaner "reformulated" gasoline sold in California
43rd Grammy Awards: Beautiful Day, Shelby Lynne wins
The Taliban destroy two giant Buddha statues in Bamyan, Afghanistan.
The Nisqually Earthquake measuring 6.8 on the Richter Scale hits the Nisqually Valley and the Seattle, Tacoma, and Olympia area of the U.S. state of Washington.
Six passengers and four railway staff are killed and a further 82 people suffer serious injuries in the Selby rail crash.
15th Soul Train Music Awards: The Isley Brothers, Destiny's Child & Jay-Z win
The US Environmental Protection Agency announces that it intends to proceed with implementation of tighter restrictions on sulfur content in diesel fuel; the rule is opposed by many in the refining industry
A massive car bomb explodes in front of the BBC Television Centre in London, seriously injuring 11 people. The attack was attributed to the Real IRA.
Hintze Ribeiro disaster, a bridge collapses in northern Portugal, killing up to 70 people.
Tests in recent days confirm the world's largest oil find in three decades in the Kashagan field in the Caspian Sea
In Mecca, 35 Muslim pilgrims are crushed to death during the annual Hajj pilgrimage.
US Secretary of Energy Spencer Abraham establishes the Northeast Home Heating Oil Reserve, a 2-million-barrels government-owned reserve to be used in emergency circumstances
The world's largest oil rig, located off Brazil and operated by Petrobras, suffers three explosions
The Bank of Japan issued a monetary policy known as quantitative easing, which stimulated the Japanese economy after the burst of the dot-com bubble.
Petrobras 36 Oil Platform, the world's largest oil rig, sinks with 400,000 US gallons of fuel and crude oil aboard, after suffering three explosions on March 15
The Russian Mir space station is disposed of, breaking up in the atmosphere before falling into the southern Pacific Ocean near Fiji.
21st Golden Raspberry Awards: Battlefield Earth wins
73rd Academy Awards - "Gladiator", Russell Crowe & Julia Roberts win
Kazakhstan's Prime Minister opens an oil pipeline from the giant Tengiz Field to the Russian port of Novorossiysk on Monday, giving the Central Asian producer its first direct link to international markets
20th NCAA Women's Basketball Championship: at St Louis
Same-sex marriage becomes legal in the Netherlands - first country in the world.
Former president of Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Slobodan Milošević surrenders to police special forces, to be tried on charges of war crimes.
63rd NCAA Men's Basketball Championship: at Metrodome Minneapolis
Mars Odyssey is launched.
65th Golf Masters Championship: Tiger Woods wins, shooting a 272
The detained crew of a United States EP-3E aircraft that landed in Hainan, People's Republic of China after a collision with an J-8 fighter is released.
A letter between Gale Norton and Jeb Bush is released, stating that the Bush administration has decided to go ahead with plans to auction 6 million acres of potentially oil-and-gas-rich seabed in the Gulf of Mexico
Millionaire Dennis Tito becomes the world's first space tourist.
The Mitchell Report on the Arab-Israeli conflict is published.
US Vice-President Cheney calls fors increased domestic production of fossil fuels and increased usage of nuclear power to meet America's energy demand
The United States loses its seat on the U.N. Human Rights Commission for the first time since the commission was formed in 1947.
The Milwaukee Art Museum addition, the first Santiago Calatrava-designed structure in the United States, opens to the public.
127th Kentucky Derby: Jorge Chavez aboard Monarchos wins in 1:59.97
During a trip to Syria, Pope John Paul II becomes the first pope to enter a mosque.
36th Academy of Country Music Awards: Dixie Chicks, Faith Hill & Toby Keith wins
In Ghana 129 football fans die in what became known as the Accra Sports Stadium Disaster. The deaths were caused by a stampede (caused by the firing of teargas by police personnel at the stadium)that followed a controversial decision by the referee handling a crucial match between arch-rivals Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
In Ghana, a stampede at a football game kills over 120 spectators.
Silvio Berlusconi's right-wing "House of Freedoms" coalition wins the Italian general election.
President Bush calls for reduced regulations to encourage more oil, gas, and nuclear production
DreamWorks Pictures "Shrek", starring Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy, and Cameron Diaz in voice-over roles, debuts
Saudi Arabia selects the eight foreign companies to take part in its "Gas Initiative," three core venture gas projects that have an anticipated worth of $25 billion
French Taubira law officially recognizes the Atlantic slave trade and slavery as crimes against humanity.
The Enron Corporation's power generating venture in India, the Dabhol Power Company, serves formal notice that it will terminate its power supply contract and pull out
Mountain climbing: 15-year-old Sherpa Temba Tsheri becomes the youngest person to climb to the top of Mount Everest.
The Versailles wedding hall disaster in Jerusalem, Israel, kills 23 and injures over 200 in Israel's worst-ever civil disaster.
The Democrats gain control of the U.S. Senate for the first time since 1994 when Senator James Jeffords of Vermont abandons the Republican Party and declares himself an independent.
32-year-old Erik Weihenmayer, of Boulder, Colorado, becomes the first blind person to reach the summit of Mount Everest.
Indianapolis 500: Hélio Castroneves wins in 3:31:54.180 (227.841 km/h)
U.S. Supreme Court rules that disabled golfer Casey Martin can use a cart to ride in tournaments.
International Day of United Nations Peacekeepers inaugurated.
Natural gas futures plunge 6% to a 10-month low on speculation that growing US inventories will help power plants meet summer demand for air-conditioning
Dipendra of Nepal slaughters his family during dinner.
Dolphinarium massacre: an Hamas suicide bomber kills 21 at a disco in Tel Aviv.
55th Tony Awards: The Producers & Proof win
Iraq announces that it will halt crude oil exports in response to the UN's resolution that extends the oil-for-food program by only 1 month, instead of the normal 6-month period
Gyanendra, the last King of Nepal, ascends to the throne after the massacre in the Royal Palace.
U.S. Senator Jim Jeffords leaves the Republican Party, an act which shifts control of the United States Senate from the Republicans to the Democratic Party.
Tropical Storm Allison makes landfall on the upper-Texas coastline as a strong tropical storm and dumps large amounts of rain over Houston. The storm caused $5.5 billion in damages, making Allison the costliest tropical storm in U.S. history.
OPEC ministers agree to leave the cartel's oil production quotas unchanged for at least a month, until a scheduled emergency meeting July 3
Tony Blair's Labour Party wins another landslide victory in the General Election
BP announces that it will build a new $600-million platform offshore Trinidad that is expected to double the company's production of natural gas there by 2004
Ray Bourque plays the final game in his NHL career
133rd Belmont: Gary Stevens aboard Point Given wins in 2:26.80
Pope John Paul II canonizes Lebanon's first female saint Saint Rafqa
Timothy McVeigh is executed for his role in the Oklahoma City bombing.
Saudi Arabia seizes ownership, effective June 7, of the 1.6-million-barrels-per-day IPSA pipeline that had carried Iraqi crude oil to the Saudi Red Sea port of Mu'jiz prior to Iraq's invasion of Kuwait
35th TNN & CMT Country Weekly Music Awards: George Strait, Faith Hill & Alan Jackson wins
China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan form the Shanghai Cooperation Organisation.
55th NBA Championship: Los Angeles Lakers beat Philadelphia 76ers, 4 games to 1
ExxonMobil and Qatar Petroleum sign a letter of intent for a natural gas to liquids (GTL) project that would be the largest in the world.
Protests occur in Manipur over the extension of the ceasefire between Naga insurgents and the government of India.
101st US Golf Open: Retief Goosen shoots a 276 at Southern Hills CC OK
Total solar eclipse in Madagascar-Indian Ocean (4m56s)
A federal grand jury in Alexandria, Virginia, indicts 13 Saudis and a Lebanese in the 1996 bombing of the Khobar Towers in Saudi Arabia that killed 19 American servicemen.
47th LPGA Championship won by Karrie Webb
Pope John Paul II beatifies 28 Ukrainian Greek Catholics, including 27 martyrs most of whom were killed by the Soviet secret police. Beatification takes place at the service in Lviv, western Ukraine during his first visit to this country.
The International Court of Justice finds against the United States in its judgement in the LaGrand Case.
ENI of Italy signs a $550 million contract to develop Iran's Darquain field, expected to produce 160,000 barrels of petroleum per day
AbioCor self contained artificial heart created.
Bush Administration announce that it will seek to let oil companies drill on about 1,500,000 acres of the Gulf of Mexico
UN Security Council, facing an almost certain Russian veto, agrees to postpone indefinitely a vote on the US-led "smart sanctions" package for Iraq
A Vladivostok Avia Tupolev TU-154 jetliner crashes on approach to landing at Irkutsk, Russia killing 145 people.
At a meeting of its oil ministers, OPEC agrees to maintain current production quotas; ministers indicate that, if Iraqi oil returns to the market, they may cut production in response to maintain their desired level of prices
Australia and East Timor sign an agreement to share royalties from oil and natural gas production in the Timor Sea, which separates the two countries
108th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Venus Williams beats Justine Henin (6-1 3-6 6-0)
115th Wimbledon Men's Tennis: Goran Ivanišević beats P Rafter (6-3 3-6 6-3 2-6 9-7)
72nd All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 4-1 at Safeco Field, Seattle
Amerada Hess agrees to acquire Triton Energy for $2.7 billion in cash
Iraq resumes oil exports, ending a 5-week halt in protest of a US and British-sponsored UN Security Council resolution
Michael Brunet discovers the skull of Sahelanthropus tchadensis, thought to be the oldest known species in the human family tree, in the Djurab Desert, Chad. It lived 6-7 million years ago, about the same time as the last common ancestor to apes and humans.
The London Stock Exchange goes public.
Italy: The 27th Annual G8 summit opens in Genoa. An Italian protester in Genoa, Carlo Giuliani, is shot by police.
130th British Golf Open: David Duval shoots a 274 at Royal Lytham & St Annes Golf Club
Simeon Saxe-Coburg-Gotha, the last Tsar of Bulgaria when he was a child, is sworn in as Prime Minister of Bulgaria, becoming the first monarch in history to regain political power through democratic election to a different office.
An Iranian warship in the Caspian Sea threatens a BP oil exploration ship off the coast of Azerbaijan
Faced with declining oil prices, OPEC ministers agree to cut crude oil production quotas by about 4%, or 1 million barrels per day
An agreement is reached on the position of the minority Albanian language in the Republic of Macedonia.
Bulgaria, Cyprus, Latvia, Malta, Slovenia and Slovakia join the European Environment Agency.
Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore has a Ten Commandments monument installed in the judiciary building, leading to a lawsuit to have it removed and his own removal from office.
The Real IRA detonate a car bomb in Ealing, London, U.K injuring seven people. (See 3 August 2001 Ealing bombing).
The Princess Diaries, starring Anne Hathaway in her film debut, is released
US President George Bush signs into law the Iran and Libya Sanctions Act (ILSA) Extension Act of 2001
US President George W. Bush announces his support for federal funding of limited research on embryonic stem cells.
US and UK reject a proposal by UN Secretary General Kofi Annan to permit the Iraqi government to use $1 billion per year to fund infrastructure improvements and to increase oil production capacity
83rd PGA Championship: David Toms shoots a 265 at Atlanta Athletic Club
NATO decides to send a peace-keeping force to the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia.
The Red Cross announces that a famine is striking Tajikistan, and calls for international financial aid for Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
Air Transat Flight 236 runs out of fuel over the Atlantic Ocean (en route to Lisbon from Toronto) and makes an emergency landing in the Azores.
Angelina Jolie is named a UNHCR Goodwill Ambassador at UNHCR headquarters in Geneva
18th MTV Awards: Lady Marmalade, Eve f/ Gwen Stefani & Moby f/ Gwen Stefani wins
The US Federal Trade Commission approves Chevron's bid to buy Texaco
Ahmed Shah Massoud, leader of the Northern Alliance, is assassinated in Afghanistan.
Two passenger planes hijacked by terrorists crashes into New York's World Trade Towers causing the collapse of both & death of 2,752 people
Terrorists hijack a passenger plane and crash it into the Pentagon causing the death of 125 people
Attempt by passengers and crew of United Airlines Flight 93 to retake control of their hijacked plane from terrorists causes plane to crash in Pennsylvania field killing all 64 people onboard
Article V of the NATO agreement is invoked for the first and only time in response to the September 11, 2001 attacks against the United States of America.
Ansett Australia, Australia's first commercial interstate airline, collapses due to increased strain on the international airline industry leaving 10000 people unemployed.
Civilian aircraft traffic resumes in the U.S. after the September 11, 2001 attacks.
Relative calm returns to world oil markets as US retail gasoline prices return to normal levels; energy trading by Houston energy companies resumes and limited commercial aviation starts
Historic National Prayer Service held at Washington National Cathedral for victims of the September 11 attacks. A similar service is held in Canada on Parliament Hill, the largest vigil ever held in the nation's capital.
Despite suffering from lung cancer and Parkinson's disease, Jack Buck stirs emotions by reading a patriotic-themed poem during the pregame ceremonies on baseball's first night back after the September 11th terrorist attacks
Major trading markets in the United States, including the New York Stock Exchange and the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX), reopen for the first time since September 11
First mailing of anthrax letters from Trenton, New Jersey in the 2001 anthrax attacks.
In an address to a joint session of Congress and the American people, U.S. President George W. Bush declares a "war on terror".
Deep Space 1 flies within 2,200 km of Comet Borrelly.
University of Roorkee, becomes India's 7th Indian Institute of Technology, rechristened as IIT Roorkee
AZF chemical plant explodes in Toulouse, France, killing 29 people
Crude oil and petroleum products futures fall to their lowest levels in nearly two years amid fears that a recession will reduce energy demand
At its two-day meeting in Vienna, OPEC decides to keep its production quotas unchanged at 23.2 million barrels per day, despite crude oil being at its lowest price levels since 1999
The Syracuse Herald-Journal, a U.S. newspaper dating back to 1839, ceases publication.
NATO backs US military strikes, following 9/11.
"Scrubs", starring Zach Braff as Dr. John "J.D." Dorian, premieres on NBC
Siberia Airlines Flight 1812: a Sibir Airlines Tupolev TU-154 crashes into the Black Sea after being struck by an errant Ukrainian S-200 missile. 78 people are killed.
Barry Bonds hits his 70th home run, tying Mark McGwire for the most home runs hit in a single season
Robert Stevens becomes the first victim in the 2001 anthrax attacks.
Tom Ridge resigns as Governor of Pennsylvania to become President Bush's Homeland Security Advisor.
Barry Bonds hits his 71st home run, breaking Mark McGwire's record of 70 for the most home runs hit in a single season (Bonds would end up with 73 in total)
The U.S. invasion of Afghanistan starts with an air assault and covert operations on the ground.
Crude oil resumes flowing through the trans-Alaska pipeline after workers welded shut a bullet hole that caused 260,000 US gallons of oil to spill out
U.S. President George W. Bush announces the establishment of the Office of Homeland Security.
A twin engine Cessna and Scandinavian Airlines System (SAS) jetliner collide in heavy fog during takeoff from Milan, Italy killing 118.
Second mailing of anthrax letters from Trenton, New Jersey in the 2001 anthrax attack.
The Polaroid Corporation files for federal bankruptcy protection.
NASA's Galileo spacecraft passes within 112 miles of Jupiter's moon Io.
The first tanker loading of the new $2.5-billion Kazakh-Russia Pipeline takes place
The US Coast Guard lifts a ban on liquefied natural gas (LNG) tankers entering Boston Harbor to makes deliveries to Distrigas' Everett LNG terminal that had been imposed on September 26 in response to the terrorist attacks of September 11
Crude Oil for November delivery falls to its lowest level since August 1999 on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX)
SIEV-X, an Indonesian fishing boat en-route to Christmas Island, carrying over 400 asylum seekers, sank in international waters with the loss of 353 people.
"United We Stand" benefit concert for September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks victims, held at RFK Stadium in Washington, DC. Event organized and headlined by Michael Jackson, also featuring pop stars Aerosmith, Mariah Carey, The Backstreet Boys, and others.
The Provisional Irish Republican Army of Northern Ireland commences disarmament after peace talks.
Apple releases the iPod.
Windows XP first became available.
The United States passes the USA PATRIOT Act into law.
The indie cult hit "Donnie Darko", starring Jake Gyllenhaal, is released
ExxonMobil announces that a consortium it leads will spend $4 billion over 5 years to develop large offshore oil and natural gas fields in Russia's far eastern Sakhalin region
53rd Emmy Awards: The West Wing, Sex and the City, James Gandolfini & Edie Falco win
Crude oil for December delivery on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) falls to a two-year low after OPEC members warn that a downward price spiral could occur if major non-OPEC oil exporters do not reduce oil production
The supersonic commercial aircraft Concorde resumes flying after a 15-month hiatus.
35th Country Music Association Award: Tim McGraw, Lee Ann Womack & Toby Keith wins
An agreement is reached at talks in Marrakech, Morocco, on rules for implementation of the Kyoto climate change treaty
Journalists Pierre Billaud, Johanne Sutton and Volker Handloik are killed in Afghanistan during an attack on the convoy they were traveling on top off.
2001 Attack on Afghanistan: Taliban forces abandon Kabul, Afghanistan, ahead of advancing Afghan Northern Alliance troops.
In New York City, American Airlines Flight 587, an Airbus A300 on its way to the Dominican Republic, crashes minutes after takeoff from John F. Kennedy International Airport, killing all 260 on board and five on the ground.
Doha Round: The World Trade Organization ends a four-day ministerial conference in Doha, Qatar.
War on Terrorism: In the first such act since World War II, US President George W. Bush signs an executive order allowing military tribunals against foreigners suspected of connections to terrorist acts or planned acts on the United States.
Shakira's fifth studio album and first English language album, "Laundry Service", is released
US President Bush orders that the Strategic Petroleum Reserve be filled to capacity over the next few years
War in Afghanistan: Afghan Northern Alliance fighters takeover the capital Kabul.
OPEC announces that it intends to cut its crude oil output quotas by 1.5 million barrels per day effective, but only if non-OPEC producers cut their output by 500,000 barrels per day as well.
Phillips Petroleum and Conoco merge into a new company as 'ConocoPhillips', the third-largest oil and natural gas company in the US
In Washington, D.C., U.S. President George W. Bush dedicates the United States Department of Justice headquarters building as the Robert F. Kennedy Justice Building, honoring the late Robert F. Kennedy on what would have been his 76th birthday.
Josh Groban releases his debut album "Josh Groban"
Convention on Cybercrime is signed in Budapest, Hungary.
89th CFL Grey Cup: Calgary Stampeders defeats Winnipeg Blue Bombers, 27-19
A hydrogen atmosphere is discovered on the extrasolar planet Osiris by the Hubble Space Telescope, the first atmosphere detected on an extrasolar planet.
UN Security Council unanimously approves a resolution extending the Oil-for-Food program in Iraq for another six-month period
Captain Bill Compton brings Trans World Airlines Flight 220, an MD-83, into St. Louis International Airport bringing to an end 76 years of TWA operations following TWA's purchase by American Airlines.
Enron files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in the Southern District of New York
The Canadian province of Newfoundland is renamed Newfoundland and Labrador.
The People's Republic of China joins the World Trade Organization.
Winona Ryder is arrested on shoplifting charges in Beverly Hills, California
the Indian Parliament Sansad is attacked by terrorists. 15 people are killed, including all the terrorists.
The Leaning Tower of Pisa reopens after 11 years and $27,000,000 to fortify it, without fixing its famous lean.
A record high barometric pressure of 1085.6 hPa (32.06 inHg) is recorded at Tosontsengel, Khövsgöl Province, Mongolia.
Argentine economic crisis: December 2001 riots - Riots erupt in Buenos Aires after Domingo Cavallo's corralito measures restrict the withdrawal of cash from bank deposits.
Argentine economic crisis: President of Argentina Fernando de la Rúa is forced out of office.
90th Davis Cup: France beats Australia in Melbourne (3-2)
Burhanuddin Rabbani, political leader of the Afghan Northern Alliance, hands over power in Afghanistan to the interim government headed by President Hamid Karzai.
Richard Reid attempts to destroy a passenger airliner by igniting explosives hidden in his shoes aboard American Airlines Flight 63.
Crude oil prices on the New York Mercantile Exchange (NYMEX) record one of their largest 1-day jumps of the year as traders become convinced that OPEC will follow through on production cuts
The People's Republic of China is granted permanent normal trade relations with the United States.
OPEC oil ministers meeting in Cairo agree to reduce their crude oil output quotas by a combined 1.5 million barrels per day
Mesa Redonda shopping center fire, Lima, Peru, at least 291 killed.
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