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Oklahoma City Bombing (1995)

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  • Torment lingers in OK City

    What is the value of an American life claimed by terrorists? The answer, it turns out, depends on where and when you die. Congress gave the families of victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks generous federal compensation payments. Most ended up...
  • The Thompsons: One family's disintegration

    Michael Thompson, a claims representative for the Social Security Administration, was the center of his family's universe. When he perished in the Oklahoma City bombing, his family imploded into the vacuum left behind. It wasn't merely the loss of his...
  • Susan Walton: Getting well and moving on

    Susan Walton started planning her charity, Suited for Success, in the early 1990s, sketching out an idea to collect used suits and blouses from working women and then distribute them to needy recipients who can't afford professional outfits for job...
  • P.J. Allen: Fighting for every breath

    Deloris Watson will forever be grateful for the medical care given to her grandson P.J. Allen, one of the children inside the day-care center when the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building was bombed. She wonders, though, why she sometimes had to battle so...
  • Alan Prokop and Jim Norman: 2 rescuers in need of saving

    Alan Prokop was an Oklahoma City police officer who rushed headlong into the twisted wreckage of the Murrah Federal Building and carried several victims to safety. Today he's a recluse on a small farm in the Oklahoma hinterland, divorced from his wife,...
  • Jim Ramsey: Tragedy haunts the heroes

    Jim Ramsey stood before an Oklahoma City judge last December a few days before Christmas, nervously awaiting his sentence on nine felony counts, yet another face in an anonymous parade of drug defendants. The 35-year-old had been charged with drunk...
  • What made New York's twin towers collapse?

    Many of his fellow structural engineers were stunned when the twin towers of the World Trade Center crashed to the ground on Sept. 11. But not W. Gene Corley, the suburban Chicago structural engineer who is heading the federal investigation into the...
  • `I'll be on my guard until next week'

    Two students lounged in shorts and sandals, a harried mother pushed a cart overloaded with suitcases, and a pair of middle-aged men bent against the weight of the duffel bags slung over their shoulders. It was the typical, unremarkable mix of tourists,...
  • Easy targets invite terror at U.S. ports

    With America now on alert for imminent terrorist attacks, former federal agents acting as consultants to private industry say widespread security lapses have left no shortage of targets. While the Bush administration has sharply focused public...
  • Ridge faces challenge as he takes counterterror post

    Tom Ridge opens the White House Office of Homeland Security today, one day after the U.S. military strike that has likely raised the nation's need for protection to new heights. He will have a staff of roughly 100 aides on loan from a variety of...
  • Agencies debate coordination of funds for victims

    The outpouring of more than half a billion dollars to help families of victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks is prompting debate among the agencies that have lined up to help -- from the best way to give out money to how solicitations should be...