updated 10/10/2005 12:45:50 PM ET 2005-10-10T16:45:50

Oct. 3-7: NYC subway terror alert, shining light on Mississippi's misery, Harriet Miers nominated to serve on Supreme Court

Sept. 26-30: New York Times reporter Judith Miller gets out of jail, Rep. Tom DeLay, R-Texas, indicted, Humanity Plaza builds homes for displaced hurricane residents

Sept. 19-24: Viewers express concern about the animals, government anticipates Hurricane Rita, which makes landfall along the Gulf Coast on Sept. 24

Sept. 12-16: First-hand accounts of Katrina's devastating impact, President Bush addresses the nation from New Orleans, confirmation hearings for Judge John Roberts

Sept. 5-9: Rebuilding in Katrina's wake. More on-the-scene dispatches from the best of NBC News

Aug. 29-Sept. 4: Hurricane Katrina devastates the southeastern U.S. Features on-the-scene dispatches from the best of NBC News

Aug. 22-26: Base closing decisions, Katrina churns toward U.S., behind the scenes at the daily editorial meeting

Aug. 15-19: Israel withdraws from Gaza, what's news in Iraq?, more memos from Judge Roberts

Aug. 8-12: Farewell to Peter Jennings, 9/11 audio tapes released

Aug. 1-5: Hunger crisis in Niger, Campbell Brown substitute anchors, Saudi King Fahd dies

July 25-29: Space shuttle Discovery lifts off, NASA not sure if all's well

July 18-22: Andrea Mitchell in Sudan, London bombed again, Bush nominates Roberts for Supreme Court

July 11-15: Rehnquist speaks, Shuttle scrubbed, Rove in the spotlight

July 4-8: London bombed, London 2012, Journalist jailed

June 27-July 1: Sandra Day O'Connor steps down; is Iran's new leader a 'terrorist?'

June 20-24: Billy Graham's last crusade, debating the lead, perspective on Iraq

June 13-17: Michael Jackson verdict, Iranian elections, power surge at NBC headquarters

June 6-10: Downing St. memo, an hour with Sen. Biden, executive changes at NBC News

May 31 - June 3: Inaugural entry, Deep Throat, recalled drugs

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