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The Oklahoma City Bombing Remembered

From Nancy Gibbs' 1995 TIME cover story on the bombing: "How much practice did it take to plan a human sacrifice? How many mornings had the killers sat outside...

Milestones Jun. 21, 2004

ACQUITTED. SAMI AL-HUSSAYEN, 34, University of Idaho graduate student accused of setting up websites used to recruit terrorists; of three terrorism-related...

Aftershocks: Proof Of Life In Oklahoma

Two weeks ago, police officers appeared at the Long Island, N.Y., home of Cathy Ann Marchese-Collins' parents to tell them that her sister's thigh and forearm...

Closed-Circuit-TV Executions: A Step Too Far?

At this point, very few questions remain concerning Timothy McVeigh's execution. He has shown no interest in filing an appeal; on May 16, wardens at the federal...

Tired Of Training For The Apocalypse

Norman Olson cut a sorry figure as he announced the disbanding of his Northern Michigan Regional Militia group last week. The man who met with Oklahoma City...

Backlash: A Second Punch

Families of those who died in the Sept. 11 tragedy say the vitriol directed at them when they talk about money feels like "a double victimization." Anthony...

Why the Networks' Decision was a No-Brainer

Go back for a moment to the Oklahoma City bombing. Let's say that Timothy McVeigh was not captured right away, that he was on the lam and the focus of a...

Robert Mueller Is Ready for His Closeup

Monday afternoon Robert Mueller began the first round of his confirmation hearings with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. Mueller, nominated to replace...

The People V. Timothy McVeigh

It wasn't until March, after losing his final appeal, that McVeigh claimed sole responsibility for the Oklahoma City bombing. Before then his lawyers maintained...

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In Memoriam

Just days before the scheduled execution of Timothy McVeigh, photographer David Leeson visits the Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial for TIME.com

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