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September 11, 2001 Attacks

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  • Prepare for a long war against the Islamic State

    The hawks (including me) were wrong about a lot, but some got one thing right. It's going to be a long war. In the early days after 9/11 there was a lot of talk about a "clash of civilizations" and a long "existential struggle" facing the West. I once...
  • More details announced for Star-Spangled Spectacular celebration

    More details announced for Star-Spangled Spectacular celebration
    Ships from six foreign countries and all over the East Coast, plus Texas, will be coming to Baltimore in September for the city's Star-Spangled Spectacular celebration, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced Tuesday morning. As part of the Battle of...
  • Conscious leadership in public safety [Commentary]

    Conscious leadership in public safety [Commentary]
    The response to crises such as the 9/11 attacks, the Boston Marathon bombings or the landslide that collapsed a Baltimore street this spring inevitably elevate the public consciousness of the professionalism and courage of police, firefighters and other...
  • Prosecutors urge judge to reverse decision on 9/11 defendant

    Prosecutors in the military case against five accused Sept. 11 plotters urged a judge Monday to reverse his decision to allow a separate trial for one of the defendants, who has shown signs of severe mental problems after years of incarceration at CIA...
  • Round-Up: A Bethlehem church, museum trash and monkey selfies

    Round-Up: A Bethlehem church, museum trash and monkey selfies
    A 1,700-year-old Bethlehem church gets a revamp by Italian masters, a Boston museum rents out its masterpieces, a British institution puts its garbage on view and a couple of terrific essays on New York's 9/11 memorial site. Plus, cloud music, GIF art,...
  • New Guantanamo judge throws out Limburg charges in USS Cole case

    GUANTANAMO BAY NAVAL BASE, Cuba The new judge in the USS Cole case Monday dismissed collateral charges related to al-Qaida's 2002 attack on a French oil tanker, according to two defense attorneys who read the ruling. "This represents a serious...
  • Watch Chrissy Teigen throw a decent first pitch at Dodger Stadium

    Watch Chrissy Teigen throw a decent first pitch at Dodger Stadium
    When Chrissy Teigen threw out the first pitch at the Dodgers game Tuesday night in L.A., the practice she'd gotten in beforehand showed in her throw.  Her pre-game margaritas, however, showed up a little in the supermodel's warm-up -- you might...
  • Obama's breezy words for post-9/11 torture

    "...but we tortured some folks." -- President Barack Obama, Aug.1, 2014 OK, in the first place: "tortured some folks?" Really? Was there not something annoyingly breezy in the president's phrasing last week as he acknowledged the abuse of suspected...
  • Army judge orders solo hearing for alleged 9/11 plotter at Guant�namo

    GUANTANAMO BAY NAVY BASE, Cuba The military judge in charge of the Sept. 11 terrorism trial has decided to start this week's pretrial hearings with just one of the alleged plotters, Ramzi bin al Shibh, at the war court on Monday. At issue: The Pentagon...
  • Jenny Lewis at the Wiltern: A voyager returns to a sold-out welcome

    Jenny Lewis at the Wiltern: A voyager returns to a sold-out welcome
    At some point, any voyager with a heart has to make the return trek, and on a spare stage beneath simply rendered spotlights, Jenny Lewis celebrated hers at the Wiltern on Saturday night.  "It's good to be home. It's been a while," Lewis said to the...
  • Think air travel is risky? Try driving a car

     
    Filed under: Safety It was a terrible stretch for aviation. In an eight-day span last month, three commercial plane crashes killed 462 people. By now the flight numbers and grim circumstances are familiar: Malaysia Airlines flight 17, downed by a...