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September 11, 2001 Attacks

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  • 'The Good Lie' has more truth than expected

    'The Good Lie' has more truth than expected
    *** (out of four) Anyone who saw the trailer for “The Good Lie” and learned that it came from a producer of “The Blind Side”—which pushed aside its non-white, real-life main character Michael Oher to focus on his white...
  • Why Britain is still losing its fight against radicalization

    LONDON (Reuters) - Mizanur Rahman laughs when he recalls the de-radicalization programme he was sent on in 2008 after he was released from a British jail where he had served two years for inciting violence against British and American troops. "I'd go...
  • In 'Citizenfour,' Laura Poitras feels heat of telling Snowden's story

    The word "risky" is thrown around often in the film world, usually when personalities embark on a new direction or a commercially challenging project. But Oscar-nominated director Laura Poitras faced a different type of hazard with her latest film,...
  • Mark Twain House Celebrating The 'Wicked' Phenomenon

    Mark Twain House Celebrating The 'Wicked' Phenomenon
    The Mark Twain House's annual fundraiser event, Mark My Words 2014: A WICKED Cool Evening!, will be held Tuesday, Oct. 21, at 8 p.m., at The Bushnell, 166 Capitol Ave., Hartford. Author Gregory Maguire, whose novel, "Wicked: The Life and Times of the...
  • New coed guard duty causing ruckus at Guantanamo high-value prison

    MIAMI The military now has female soldiers escorting former CIA captives around Guantanamo's high-value prison, an apparent personnel change that defense lawyers say is causing an uproar over religious insensitivity. When one captive who had just...
  • Billy Corgan musical will debut in Highland Park

    Billy Corgan musical will debut in Highland Park
    Billy Corgan, frontman of The Smashing Pumpkins, is writing a 20-minute musical for The Music Theatre Company of Highland Park, the group is to officially announce Thursday afternoon. The topic? The Eleusinian Mysteries, a religious rite in Ancient...
  • Obama's cloudy legacy [Commentary]

    Obama's cloudy legacy [Commentary]
    It's often said and written that presidents, to achieve greatness, require great challenges. Washington had the challenge of creating a new nation; Lincoln had the Civil War; FDR faced the Great Depression and World War II. All clearly qualified by that...
  • Standard protocols needed for hospitals

    Ebola is a highly contagious disease that is terrifying the world. I am surprised that hospitals to combat viruses like Ebola have not implemented a better protocol for an infectious disease epidemic. It appears that each hospital has its own protocol...
  • How one federal agency hopes to change Ferguson

    FERGUSON, Mo. The peacemakers arrived on a Sunday. It was a little more than a day after Michael Brown's shooting. They introduced themselves to police and city officials that afternoon. They met with Brown's family late that night, in a Highway Patrol...
  • 'Homeland' and Carrie still fighting the good fight

     'Homeland' and Carrie still fighting the good fight
    "Mad Men" may have been first, "Scandal" the most surprising, but no other non-sci-fi show exemplifies the new age of OCD TV more than Showtime's "Homeland," which returns for its fourth season Sunday night. From its glorious first season through its...
  • Are we safe yet?

    It's only natural, with reports of terrorist groups such as the Islamic State filling the news, for Americans to question just how safe they are and if the threat is greater now than it used to be. We've never really been safe. At least that's what a...