"Terror works like a musical composition, so many instruments, all in tune, playing perfectly together to create their desired effect. Sorrow and horror, and fear. The first plane is just to get our attention. Then, once we are transfixed, the second plane comes and repeats the theme until the blinding coda of smoke and debris crumbles on top of the rescue workers who have gone in to try to save anyone who survived the opening movements."
(NEW YORK) — Osama bin Laden’s son-in-law was sentenced Tuesday to life in prison for acting as al-Qaida’s spokesman after the Sept. 11 terror attacks. Sulaiman...
The Philadelphia District Attorney has charged two men and one woman over the September 11 attack
He was in Florida with President George W. Bush
Persuading would-be jihadists that ISIS distorts Islam “probably far more important than the military,” Secretary of State says
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What can anyone say about New York City that has not already been expressed by Hart Crane, Woody Allen, Elizabeth Bishop, Federico García Lorca, Walt Whitman,...
On the evening of the anniversary of the attacks, memorials take shape in Pennsylvania, New York and Washington