A chronology of events in the disappearance of Chandra Levy:
— April 30: Levy is last seen at a health club near her apartment in Washington, D.C.
— May 1: Levy spends much of the morning surfing the Internet, logging off at 1 p.m. It is the last trace of her, police say.
— May 6: Unable to reach their daughter, Susan and Dr. Robert Levy call Washington police to report her missing. They also call their congressman, Rep. Gary Condit, D-Calif.
— May 10: Condit contributes $10,000 to a reward fund and issues statement calling Levy a “great person and good friend.” A search of Levy’s apartment finds no sign of foul play.
— May 16: Several news organizations obtain an e-mail, written by Levy in December, in which she talks about an unnamed romantic interest with ties to Congress. Condit aides deny their boss had an affair with Levy.
— June 21: Susan Levy and Condit, accompanied by lawyers, meet in a Washington hotel.
— July 2: Flight attendant Anne Marie Smith alleges Condit asked her to sign a declaration denying what she described as a 10-month affair. She also says Condit encouraged her not to talk to investigators looking into Levy’s disappearance. Condit denies asking anyone not to cooperate, but does not dispute the affair.
— July 6: Levy’s aunt, Linda Zamsky, issues a statement saying Levy told her about an affair with Condit. Later that day, Condit submits to a third police interview during which a source says he admits to a romantic relationship with Levy.
— July 10: Police and the FBI search Condit’s Washington apartment, with his consent.
— July 12: Federal prosecutors say they are investigating whether Condit impeded the search for Levy. Condit takes a lie detector test arranged by his lawyer, Abbe Lowell. Lowell later announces the test found Condit was honest when he said he had nothing to do with Levy’s disappearance.
— Aug. 23: Condit interviewed on ABC, denies any involvement in Levy’s disappearance.
— Nov. 15: Washington grand jury subpoenas Condit’s telephone message slips, calendars and other documents.
— Dec. 7: Condit qualifies to run for re-election.
— March 5: Condit loses Democratic congressional primary.
— April 14: Levy’s 25th birthday.