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Dateline: Week Of July 22, 2004 In News, Pop, Celebrity, Entertainment, Tech & Fascinating Facts

 

In The News -

Citing a “state of chaos” in the Gaza Strip – Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Ahmed Korei submits his resignation to President Yasser Arafat – who will not accept it. 

President Bush campaigns in Iowa and joining him – his two daughters. 

Federal health officials revise the policy of treating obesity, dropping the view that being overweight is not a medical illness. It now says it is and can be treated by Medicare. 

 sandy berger investigated   july 2004Sandy Berger withdraws as an advisor to the presidential campaign of John Kerry because he is being investigated for mishandling classified documents from his years in the Clinton administration. 

Microsoft has settled all of its trademark infringement suits against Lindows Inc with a $20-millin payment to the Linux operating system upstart, which agreed to change its name to Linspire   

Martha Stewart is sentenced to 5 months in prison plus five months home confinement. She remains free pending an appeal. 

Tribune Co. says it had found additional errors in circulation figures for its Newsday and Hoy newspapers and set aside $35 million to compensate advertisers that may have overpaid. 

The avian bird flu has spread to ten provinces in Thailand. 

A storm packing high winds rips through south-central Pennsylvania – damaging at least 50 homes and injuring 24 people. 

Passing – Charles Sweeney  - the pilot who dropped the A-bomb on Nagasaki. He was 84.   

Near Tacoma Washington - A man doused his girlfriend and three small children with gasoline inside a car and set them on fire as he drove. All five died after the car crashed in flames. 

 

Sports News – July 15, 2004  - 

NFL checks reveal positive steroid usage for Chris Cooper and Barret Robbins of the Oakland Raiders and free agent Dana Stubblefield. All have been fined heavily.   

shaq going to miami   july 2004Shaq O’Neal has been traded to the Miami Heat.

NASCAR News - Dale Earnhardt Jr. wrecks during a warm up for an American Le Mans Series race at Infineon raceway in Sonoma. He was hospitalized with burns on his face and legs. 

Bobby Fischer – former world chess champ is being held in Japan – accused of holding an illegal passport. He may be deported to the U.S., where he faces arrest, because he defied an American ban on doing business with Yugoslavia in 1992. 

 

Technology News – July 15, 2004 -  

apple new version of ipod   july 2004Apple unveils new versions of the iPod – its hot music player/ One has 20 gigs of memory and will retail for $299 and a 10-gig version will sell for $399. 

Apple’s profit has tripled – thanks to the iPod. Net income rose to $61 million or 16 cents a share form $19 million or 5 cents a share.   

 

Music News – July 15, 2004 -

 Don’t miss Josh Groban in concert. 

The Dave Matthews Band makes its catalog available for download on Napster.

 

Top Hits Week Of July 15, 2004 –

Confessions Part II – Usher

Slow Motion – Juvenile fea. Soulja Slim

Burn – Usher

Move ya Body – Nina Sky fea. Jabba

I Believe – Fantasia

alicia keys music   july 2004If I Ain’t got You – Alicia Keys

The Reason – Hoobastank

Freek-A-Leek – Petey Pablo

Turn Me On – Kevin Lyttle fea. Spragga Benz

On Fire – Lloyd Banks

Yeah! – Usher fea. Lil Jon & Ludacris

This Love – Maroon 5

Lean Back – Terror Squad

Jesus Walks – Kanye West

Leave (Get Out) – Jo Jo

Everytime – Britney Spears

Dreams - Diana DeGarmo

I Don’t Wanna Know – Mario Winans fea. Enya & P. Diddy

Dip It Low – Christina Milion

Heaven – Los Lonely Boys

Overnight Celebrity – Twista

Meant to Live – Switchfoot

Naughty Girl – Beyonce

Roses – OutKast

U Should’ve Known Better – Monica

  

 

Some top albums – week of July 15, 2004 -

 The Hunger For More – Lloyd Banks

To the 5 Boroughs – Beastie Boys

Under My Skin – Avil Lavigne

Spider Man soundtrack

Contraband – Velvet Revolver

Confessions – Usher

brandy music   july 2004Afrodisiac – Brandy

Kiss of Death – Jadakiss

The Cure

Spider-Man 2 soundtrack

The Gorge – Dave Matthews Band

Under My Skin – Avril Lavigne

D12 World – D12

Here For the Party – Gretchen Wilson

Horse of a Different Color – Big & Rich

JoJo

Los Lonely Boys

Feedback – Rush

The Reason – Hoobastank

Musicology – Prince

The College Dropout – Kanye West

The Beautiful Letdown

Shrek 2 soundtrack

We Are Not Alone – Breaking Benjamin

Good News for People Who Love Bad News – Modest Mouse

Elephunk – Black Eyed Peas

When the Sun Goes Down – Kenny Chesney

In This Skin – Jessica Simpson

 

Top Children’s Video – Week Of July 15, 2004 -  

Scooby Doo & The Loch Ness Monster

 SpongeBob Squarepants: Spongeguard on duty

Dora The Explorere: Silly Fiesta

Pokemon: Jirachi Wish Maker

What’s New Scooby Doo? Safari So Good 

 

Television News – Week Of July 15, 2004 -  

martha stewart larry king  after sentencing    july 2004Martha Stewart guests on “Larry King Live” on CNN. Her only live interview since her sentencing.   

Fox raises the age limit for “American Idol” – now the talent can be up to 28 years old – instead of 25 years.   

CBS fires two “CSI” actors – George Eads and Jorja Fox in a salary rift.  

 

 

 

Top TV Shows/Ratings/TV Guide – July 15, 2004 -   

Baseball All-Star game (Fox) – 13.99

CSI – 13,95

CSI: Miami – 13.27

Without a Trace – 12.31

Cold Case – 11.94

60 Minutes – 11.46

All star Pre Game (Fox) – 11.22

60 Minutes II – 11.00

law & order tv ratings  july 15, 2004Law & Order – 10.77

Two and a Half Men – 10.76

Amazing Race: 5 – 10:50

Extreme Makerover: Home Edition – 10.29

 

Top Movies – July 15, 2004 -  

I, Robot

Spider Man 2

A Cinderella Story

Anchorman

Fahrenheit 9/11

King Arthur

The Notebook

White Chicks

Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story

The Terminal

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