2001 in the United States

Events from the year 2001 in the United States.

2001
in
the United States

Decades:
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Incumbents edit

Federal government edit

Events edit

January edit

 
January 20: George W. Bush becomes the 43rd U.S. president
 
January 20: Dick Cheney becomes the 46th U.S. vice president

February edit

March edit

April edit

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June edit

 
June 59: Flooding in Houston from Tropical Storm Allison

July edit

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September edit

 
September 11: 9/11 attacks
 
New York fire department personnel examining a smashed New York City police car, during 9/11.

October edit

 
October 7: The War in Afghanistan begins
October 26: President George W. Bush signs the USA PATRIOT Act

November edit

December edit

Ongoing edit

Undated edit

  • HEUG organization is legally incorporated.
  • JNBridge, a software vendor is founded in Colorado.
  • Sentek Global, technology service provider is founded in California.

Births edit

January edit

 
Isaac Okoro

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David Mazouz

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Zhavia Ward

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Lil Tjay

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AJ Mitchell

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Xolo Maridueña

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Isabela Merced

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Dixie D'Amelio

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Caleb McLaughlin
 
Rowan Blanchard

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Kai Cenat
 
Cameron Brink

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Deaths edit

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Ray Walston
 
Virginia O'Brien

February edit

 
Dale Earnhardt
 
Stanley Kramer

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Ann Sothern
 
John Phillips

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Joey Ramone

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Anthony Quinn
 
Jack Lemmon

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At least 3,000 people died in the terrorist attacks of September 11, including but not limited to:

October edit

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George Harrison

December edit

See also edit

References edit

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