Craig Ferguson becomes the host of "The Late Late Show" on CBS
Eris, the largest known dwarf planet in the solar system, is discovered by the team of Michael E. Brown, Chad Trujillo, and David L. Rabinowitz using images originally taken on October 21, 2003, at the Palomar Observatory.
Mississippi Civil Rights Workers Murders: Edgar Ray Killen is arrested as a suspect for the 1964 murders of three Civil Rights workers.
The signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement, commonly known as the Naivasha Agreement between the Government of Sudan and the Sudan People's Liberation Movement rebel group in Naivasha, Kenya.
Elections are held to replace Yasser Arafat as head of the Palestine Liberation Organization. He is succeeded by Rawhi Fattouh.
31st People's Choice Awards: Johnny Depp & Julia Roberts win (Motion Picture) and Matt LeBlanc & Marg Helgenberger win (TV)
A mudslide occurs in La Conchita, California, killing 10 people, injuring many more and closing the Highway 101, the main coastal corridor between San Francisco and Los Angeles, for 10 days.
Deep Impact (space mission) launches from Cape Canaveral on a Delta 2 rocket.
Landing of the Huygens probe on Saturn's moon Titan.
ESA's SMART-1 lunar orbiter discovers elements such as calcium, aluminum, silicon, iron, and other surface elements on the moon.
An intense solar flare blasts X-rays across the solar system.
In Belmopan, Belize, the unrest over the government's new taxes erupts into riots.
"Numbers", starring Rob Morrow and David Krumholtz, debuts on CBS
A stampede at the Mandher Devi temple in Mandhradevi in India kills at least 258.
Condoleezza Rice is sworn in as U.S. Secretary of State, becoming the first African American woman to hold the post.
Glendale train crash: Two trains derail killing 11 and injuring 200 in Glendale, California, near Los Angeles.
The first direct commercial flights from the mainland China (from Guangzhou) to Taiwan since 1949 arrived in Taipei. Shortly afterwards, a China Airlines carrier landed in Beijing.
Nepal King Gyanendra exercises Coup d'état to capture the democracy becoming Chairman of the Councils of ministers.
Canada introduces the Civil Marriage Act, making Canada the fourth country to sanction same-sex marriage.
Super Bowl XXXIX, the New England Patriots win 24-21 over the Philadelphia Eagles
Israel and Palestinians agree to cease-fire.
47th Grammy Awards: Here We Go Again, Maroon 5 wins
NFL Pro Bowl: AFC beats NFC 38-27
Lebanon's former Prime Minister, Rafik Hariri, is assassinated, prompting the country to fall into chaos.
Seven people are killed and 151 wounded in a series of bombings by suspected Al-Qaeda-linked militants that hit the Philippines' Makati financial district in Metro Manila, Davao City, and General Santos City.
YouTube, the popular Internet site on which videos may be shared and viewed by others, is launched in the United States.
2004-05 NHL season is canceled by league commissioner Gary Bettman. This was the first time that a North American professional sports league had to cancel a season due to a labor dispute
The Kyoto Protocol comes into force, following its ratification by Russia.
The UK version of "The Apprentice" with British business magnate Alan Sugar premieres on the BBC
Spain becomes the first country to vote in a referendum on ratification of the proposed Constitution of the European Union, passing it by a substantial margin, but on a low turnout.
19th Soap Opera Digest Awards - General Hospital wins
Slovakia Summit 2005 begins, marking the first occasion when a sitting American President visits Slovakia; George W. Bush and Vladimir Putin are in attendance.
Vote of the controversial French law on colonialism, repealed start of 2006.
Hosni Mubarak the president of Egypt orders the constitution changed to allow multi-candidate presidential elections before September 2005 by asking Egyptian parliament to amend Article 76 of the constitution.
25th Golden Raspberry Awards: Catwoman wins
77th Academy Awards - "Million Dollar Baby," Jamie Foxx & Hilary Swank win
Lebanon's pro-Syrian prime minister, Omar Karami, resigns amid large anti-Syria street demonstrations in Beirut.
A suicide bombing at a police recruiting centre in Al Hillah, Iraq kills 127.
19th Soul Train Music Awards: Ice Cube, Usher & Ciara win
Mayerthorpe Incident: James Roszko murders four Royal Canadian Mounted Police constables during a drug bust at his property in Rochfort Bridge, Alberta, then commits suicide. It is the deadliest peace-time incident for the RCMP since 1885 and the North-West Rebellion.
Steve Fossett becomes the first person to fly an airplane around the world solo without any stops without refueling - a journey of 40,234 km/25,000 mi completed in 67 hours and 2 minutes.
The car of released Italian hostage Giuliana Sgrena is fired on by US soldiers in Iraq, causing the death of an Italian Secret Service Agent and injuring two passengers.
United Nations warns that about 90 million Africans could be infected by HIV in the future without further action against the spread of the disease.
The Burkinabé Party for Democracy and Socialism holds its first National Convention.
Mass protest outside the National Assembly of Kuwait building for women's voting rights in Kuwait.
Tung Chee Hwa, the first Chief Executive of Hong Kong, steps down from his post after his resignation is approved by the Chinese central government.
Terry Ratzmann shoots and kills six members of the Living Church of God and the minister at Sheraton Inn in Brookfield, Wisconsin before killing himself.
Cedar Revolution, where over one and a million Lebanese went into the streets of Beirut to demonstrate against the Syrian military presence in Lebanon, and against the government, following the assassination of Prime Minister Rafik Hariri.
Israel officially hands over Jericho to Palestinian control.
Terri Schiavo's feeding tube is removed at the request of her husband.
A magnitude 6.6 earthquake hits Fukuoka, Japan, its first major quake in over 100 years. One person is killed, hundreds are injured and evacuated.
The United States 11th Circuit Court of Appeals, in a 2-1 decision, refuses to order the reinsertion of Terri Schiavo's feeding tube.
A major explosion at the Texas City Refinery kills 15 workers.
The Taiwanese government calls on 1 million Taiwanese to demonstrate in Taipei, in opposition to the Anti-Secession Law of the People's Republic of China. Around 200,000 to 300,000 attend the walk.
The 2005 Sumatran earthquake rocks Indonesia, and at magnitude 8.7 is the second strongest earthquake since 1960.
James Stewart Jr. becomes first African American to win a major motor sports event.
Kurdish leader Jalal Talabani becomes the Iraqi president; Shiite Arab Ibrahim al-Jaafari is named premier the next day.
The Head of government of the Federal District, Andrés Manuel López Obrador, faces an impeachment process at the Mexican Congress.
69th Golf Masters Championship: Tiger Woods wins, shooting a 276
39th CMT Music Awards: Keith Urban, Gretchen Wilson & Kenny Chesney wins
The U.S. Oregon Supreme Court nullifies marriage licenses issued to gay couples a year earlier by Multnomah County.
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger elected Pope Benedict XVI on the second day of the Papal conclave.
Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger is inaugurated as the 265th Pope of the Roman Catholic Church taking the name Pope Benedict XVI.
The final piece of the Obelisk of Axum is returned to Ethiopia after being stolen by the invading Italian army in 1937.
Bulgaria and Romania sign accession treaties to join the European Union.
107 die in Amagasaki rail crash in Japan.
Under international pressure, Syria withdraws the last of its 14,000 troop military garrison in Lebanon, ending its 29-year military domination of that country.
The Superjumbo jet aircraft Airbus A380 makes its first flight from Toulouse, France.
The Patent Law Treaty goes into effect.
Syria completes withdrawal from Lebanon, ending 29 years of occupation.
New Zealand's first civil union takes place.
The United Kingdom general election takes place, in which Tony Blair's Labour Party is re-elected for a third consecutive term.
The new Canadian War Museum opens, in commemoration of the 60th anniversary of V-E Day.
Liberal commentary website The Huffington Post is launched
A hand grenade which was thrown by Vladimir Arutyunian lands about 65 feet (20 metres) from U.S. President George W. Bush while he was giving a speech to a crowd in Tbilisi, Georgia, but it malfunctions and does not detonate.
The Andijan Massacre occurs in Uzbekistan.
Pope Benedict XVI observes his first beatification, elevating Blessed Marianne of Molokai on the road to canonization into sainthood.
The former USS America (CV-66), a decommissioned supercarrier of the United States Navy, is deliberately sunk in the Atlantic Ocean after four weeks of live-fire exercises. She is the largest ship ever to be disposed of as a target in a military exercise.
Kuwait permits women's suffrage in a 35-23 National Assembly vote.
40th Academy of Country Music Awards: Kenny Chesney, Gretchen Wilson & Keith Urban wins
France resoundingly rejects the European Constitution.
Indianapolis 500: Dan Wheldon wins in 3:10:21.0769 (253.637 km/h)
The Dutch referendum on the European Constitution results in its rejection.
The longest oil/natural gas explosion in the Houston, Texas area occurs in Crosby, Texas. The drill was owned by the Louisiana Oil and Gas Company.
59th Tony Awards: Monty Python's Spamalot & Doubt win
The United States Supreme Court votes to ban medical marijuana in Gonzales v. Raich.
137th Belmont: Jeremy Rose aboard Afleet Alex wins in 2:28.75
51st LPGA Championship won by Annika Sörenstam
A jury in Santa Maria, California acquits pop singer Michael Jackson of molesting 13-year-old Gavin Arvizo at his Neverland Ranch.
Asafa Powell of Jamaica sets a new Men's 100 meters world record of 9.77 at the Athens Olympic Stadium
Michael Schumacher wins controversial Formula 1 United States Grand Prix where only 6 of 20 cars complete the race amongst ridicule
105th US Golf Open: Michael Campbell shoots a 280 at Pinehurst GR NC
San Antonio Spurs beat Detroit Pistons 4-3 in NBA finals MVP: Tim Duncan (his third), San Antonio
59th NBA Championship: San Antonio Spurs beat Detroit Pistons, 4 games to 3
AMD files broad antitrust complaints against Intel Corporation in U.S. Federal District Court, alleging abuse of monopoly powers and antitrust violations.
A final design for Manhattan's Freedom Tower is formally unveiled.
Spain legalizes same-sex marriage.
South African tennis player Wesley Moodie and Australian Stephen Huss win the Wimbledon Men's double title
The national law legalizing same-sex marriage takes effect in Spain.
112th Wimbledon Women's Tennis: Venus Williams beats Lindsay Davenport (4-6 7-6 9-7)
119th Wimbledon Men's Tennis: Roger Federer beats Andy Roddick (6-2 7-6 6-4)
The Deep Impact collider hits the comet Tempel 1.
Coordinated terrorist bomb blasts strike London's public transport system during the morning rush hour killing 52 and injuring 700
Influenced by Live 8, the G8 leaders pledge to double 2004 levels of aid to Africa from US$25 to US$50 billion by the year 2010.
Hurricane Dennis slams into the Florida Panhandle causing billions of dollars in damage.
76th All Star Baseball Game: AL wins 7-5 at Comerica Park, Detroit
After declining an offer to remain with the Anaheim Mighty Ducks, Mike Babcock is named head coach of the Detroit Red Wings
"Wedding Crashers", starring Owen Wilson and Vince Vaughn, premieres
Tiger Woods wins his 10th major winning The British Open Championship by 5 strokes. Woods becomes only the second golfer, after Jack Nicklaus, to win each major more than once
134th British Golf Open: Tiger Woods shoots a 274 at St Andrews
13th ESPY Awards: Lance Armstrong, Annika Sorenstam win
Canada becomes the fourth country in the world to legalize same-sex marriage, after the bill C-38 receives its Royal Assent.
Four terrorist bombings, occurring exactly two weeks after the similar July 7 bombings, target London's public transportation system. All four bombs fail to detonate and all four suspected suicide bombers are captured and later convicted and imprisoned for long terms.
Jean Charles de Menezes is killed by police as the hunt begins for the London Bombers. See 7 July 2005 London bombings and 21 July 2005 London bombings
Three bombs explode in the Naama Bay area of Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt, killing 88 people.
Lance Armstrong retires after winning a record seventh consecutive Tour de France victory (stripped for doping in 2012)
Space Shuttle program: STS-114 Mission - Launch of Discovery, NASA's first scheduled flight mission after the Columbia Disaster in 2003.
Mumbai, India receives 99.5cm of rain (39.17 inches) within 24 hours, bringing the city to a halt for over 2 days.
Samir Geagea, the Lebanese Forces (LF) leader, is released after spending 11 years in a solitary confinement. His release came after the end of the Syrian occupation to Lebanon.
STS-114: NASA grounds the Space shuttle, pending an investigation of the external tank's continued foam-shedding problem. During ascent, the external tank of the Space Shuttle Discovery sheds a piece of foam slightly smaller than the piece that caused the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster; this foam does not strike the spacecraft.
The Provisional Irish Republican Army call an end to their thirty year long armed campaign in Northern Ireland.
A tornado touches down in a residential area in south Birmingham, England, causing £4,000,000 worth of damages and injuring 39 people.
Astronomers announce their discovery of Eris.
President Maaouya Ould Sid'Ahmed Taya of Mauritania is overthrown in a military coup while attending the funeral of King Fahd in Saudi Arabia.
Prime Minister Paul Martin announces that Michaëlle Jean will be Canada's 27th — and first black — Governor General.
Sri Lanka's foreign minister, Lakshman Kadirgamar, is fatally shot by an LTTE (Tamil Tigers) sniper at his home.
An F2 tornado strikes the coal mining town of Wright, Wyoming, destroying nearly 100 homes and killing two people.
Civil unrest provoked in the Maldives
An F1 tornado strikes Glen Cove, New York, a rare event on Long Island
87th PGA Championship: Phil Mickelson shoots a 276 at Baltusrol Golf Club
West Caribbean Airways Flight 708 crashes near Machiques, Venezuela, killing all 160 aboard.
The first forced evacuation of settlers, as part of the Israel unilateral disengagement plan, starts.
Dennis Rader is sentenced to 175 years in prison for the BTK serial killings.
Massive power blackout hits the Indonesian island of Java, affecting almost 100 million people.
The first-ever joint military exercise between Russia and China, called Peace Mission 2005 begins.
A series of strong storms lashes Southern Ontario spawning several tornadoes as well as creating extreme flash flooding within the city of Toronto and its surrounding communities. In Toronto, it is also dubbed as the Toronto Supercell.
Hurricane Katrina first forms over the Bahamas, later becoming a category 5 hurricane
TANS Peru Flight 204 crashes near Pucallpa, Peru, killing 41.
Hurricane Katrina makes its 2nd landfall as a category 3 hurricane devastating much of the U.S. Gulf Coast from Louisiana to Florida Panhandle. Kills more than 1,836, causes over $115 billion in damage.
A stampede on Al-Aaimmah bridge in Baghdad kills 1,199 people.
Seven members and former members of the AFL-CIO form a new trade union organization, the Change to Win Federation.
22nd MTV Awards: Green Day, Kelly Clarkson & Kanye West wins
Mandala Airlines Flight 091 crashes into a heavily-populated residential of Sumatra, Indonesia, killing 104 people on board and at least 39 persons on ground.
First presidential election was held in Egypt.
Two EMERCOM Il-76 aircraft land at a disaster aid staging area at Little Rock Air Force Base; the first time Russia has flown such a mission to North America.
The State of Israel completes its unilateral disengagement from the Gaza Strip.
"Pride & Prejudice", the film adaptation of Jane Austen's novel of the same name, starring Keira Knightley as Elizabeth Bennet, is released
The red-green coalition, led by Jens Stoltenberg, wins the Norwegian parliamentary election, taking 87 of 169 seats in the parliament.
Israel completes its withdrawal of all troops and settlers from the Gaza Strip.
The bodies of more than 40 patients discovered in a flooded hospital in New Orleans.
Hong Kong Disneyland opens in Penny's Bay, Lantau Island, Hong Kong.
Mark Messier announces on ESPN radio that he will retire from the NHL
Camorra boss Paolo Di Lauro is arrested in Naples.
57th Emmy Awards: Lost, Everybody Loves Raymond, James Spader & Patricia Arquette win
FBI killing of Filiberto Ojeda on Plan Bonito Hormigueros, Puerto Rico.
Hurricane Rita makes landfall in the United States, devastating Beaumont, Texas and portions of southwestern Louisiana.
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Atlanta Braves clinch their 14th straight division title thanks to Philadelphia's loss to the New York Mets
Chicago White Sox clinch their first division title since 2000 and become just the 10th team in the history of baseball to be in first place on every day of the season
Amnesty referendum in Algeria.
The Parliament of Catalonia passes with 120 plus votes and 15 against, the Project of New Catalan Statute of Autonomy, proclaiming in its article 1, "Catalonia is a nation".
The controversial drawings of Muhammad are printed in the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten.
Bombing kills 23 people in Bali.
The Ethan Allen tour boat capsizes on Lake George in Upstate New York, killing twenty people.
NFL plays first regular season game outside United States when the Arizona Cardinals defeat the San Francisco 49ers 31-14 in Mexico City, Mexico
The Kashmir earthquake hits parts of northern South Asia at 03:50 UTC.
Negotiations between the CDU/CSU and SPD in Germany had concluded that both parties would form a grand coaltion with Angela Merkel of the CDU as chancellor after both parties lost seats in the 2005 German federal election. She was subsequently elected in the Bundestag as chancellor on November 22 of the same year.
The second Chinese human spaceflight Shenzhou 6 launched carrying Fèi Jùnlóng and Niè Hǎishèng for five days in orbit.
Iraqi constitution ratification vote
Riot in Toledo, Ohio breaks out during a National Socialist/Neo-Nazi protest; over 100 are arrested.
The Colbert Report first airs.
Saddam Hussein goes on trial in Baghdad for crimes against humanity.
Hurricane Wilma becomes the most intense Atlantic hurricane on record with a minimum pressure of 882 mb.
Tropical Storm Alpha forms in the Atlantic Basin, making the 2005 Atlantic Hurricane Season the most active Atlantic hurricane season on record with 22 named storms.
Chicago White Sox defeat Houston Astros 4-0 in baseball's World Series championship, MVP: Jermaine Dye, Chicago
Riots begin in Paris after the deaths of two Muslim teenagers.
Plame affair: Lewis Libby, Vice-president Dick Cheney's chief of staff, is indicted in the Valerie Plame case. Libby resigns later that day.
29 October 2005 Delhi bombings kill more than 60.
The rebuilt Dresden Frauenkirche (destroyed in the firebombing of Dresden during World War II) is reconsecrated after a thirteen-year rebuilding project.
First part of the Gomery Report, which discusses allegations of political money manipulation, is released in Canada.
The Evansville Tornado of November 2005 kills 25 in Northwestern Kentucky and Southwestern Indiana.
The military junta of Myanmar (Burma) begins moving its government ministries from Yangon to Pyinmana.
Suicide bombers attacked three hotels in Amman, Jordan, killing at least 60 people.
The Venus Express mission of the European Space Agency is launched from the Baikonur Cosmodrome in Kazakhstan.
Boeing formally launches the stretched Boeing 747-8 variant with orders from Cargolux and Nippon Cargo Airlines.
39th Country Music Association Award: Keith Urban & Gretchen Wilson wins
Italy's choice of national anthem, Il Canto degli Italiani, becomes official in law for the first time, almost 60 years after it was provisionally chosen following the birth of the republic.
Angela Merkel becomes the first female Chancellor of Germany.
32nd American Music Award: Gwen Stefani, Will Smith & Kelly Clarkson win
Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, elected president of Liberia, is the first woman to lead an African country.
Leader of the Opposition in the Canadian Parliament Stephen Harper, introduces a motion of no confidence. The motion is passed on November 28 leading to the dissolution of the 38th Canadian Parliament.
Polish Minister of National Defence Radek Sikorski opens Warsaw Pact archives to historians. Maps of possible nuclear strikes against Western Europe, as well as the possible nuclear annihilation of 43 Polish cities and 2 million of its citizens by Soviet-controlled forces, are released.
The first partial human face transplant is completed in Amiens, France.
President El Hadj Omar Bongo Ondimba of Gabon, in power since 1967 and the longest-serving head of state in the world, was re-elected to his third consecutive seven-year term.
93rd CFL Grey Cup: Edmonton Eskimos defeats Montreal Alouettes, 38-35
The new Croatian Communist Party (KPH) is founded in Vukovar.
John Sentamu becomes the first black archbishop in the Church of England with his enthronement as the 97th Archbishop of York.
The Boston Bruins trade captain Joe Thornton to the San Jose Sharks
Van Tuong Nguyen is executed in Singapore for drug trafficking.
XCOR Aerospace makes first manned rocket aircraft delivery of US Mail in Mojave, California.
Tens of thousands of people in Hong Kong protest for democracy and call on the Government to allow universal and equal suffrage.
94th Davis Cup: Croatia beats Slovak Republic in Bratislava (3-2)
The Lake Tanganyika earthquake causes significant damage, mostly in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
The Civil Partnership Act comes into effect in the United Kingdom, and the first civil partnership is registered there.
Several villagers are shot dead during protests in Dongzhou, China.
Rigoberto Alpizar, a passenger on American Airlines Flight 924 who allegedly claimed to have a bomb, is shot and killed by a team of US federal air marshals at Miami International Airport.
Ante Gotovina, Croatian army general accused of war crimes, is captured in the Playa de las Américas, Tenerife by the Spanish police.
"Brokeback Mountain", starring Heath Ledger and Jake Gyllenhaal, is released
The Buncefield Oil Depot in Hemel Hempstead, England, is rocked by explosions, causing a huge oil fire.
Cronulla riots: Thousands of White Australians demonstrate against ethnic violence resulting in a riot against anyone thought to be Lebanese (and many who were not) in Cronulla Sydney. These are followed up by ethnic attacks on Cronulla.
Latvia amends its constitution to eliminate possibility of same-sex couples being entitled to marry.
Argentina's president Néstor Kirchner announces the early repayment of its external debt to the IMF.
Introduction of the F-22 Raptor into USAF active service.
The 2005 Atlantic Power Outage began.
Anti-WTO protesters riot in Wan Chai, Hong Kong
US District Court Judge John E. Jones III rules against mandating the teaching of "intelligent design" in his ruling of Kitzmiller v. Dover Area School District.
The first same sex civil partnerships in Scotland are celebrated.
2005 New York City transit strike: New York City's Transport Workers Union Local 100 goes on strike, shutting down all New York City Subway and Bus services.
Joe Sakic is named captain of the 2006 Team Canada Olympic team
Azerbaijan Airlines Flight 217 from Baku, Azerbaijan, to Aktau, Kazakhstan crashes shortly after takeoff killing 23 people.
Chad declares a state of war against Sudan following a December 18 attack on Adré, which left about 100 people dead.
Boxing Day shooting on a busy shopping street in Toronto.
A U.S. immigration judge orders John Demjanjuk deported to Ukraine for crimes against humanity committed during World War II.
Tropical Storm Zeta forms in the open Atlantic Ocean, tying the record for the latest tropical cyclone ever to form in the North Atlantic basin.
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