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September 11, 2001 Attacks

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  • Glendale disconnects from countywide public safety alert system

    Glendale is dropping out of a Los Angeles County-wide public-safety communications system meant for disaster response that council members called a “cesspool” and a “black hole” for money during a city meeting this week. The...
  • David Muir: 'World News' Anchor Learned the Ropes in Boston, Syracuse

    David Muir brings solid credentials as a reporter to his new gig as anchor and managing editor of ABC News' "World News" flagship broadcast. He honed those skills during his 2000-03 stint as a reporter and anchor at one of the most respected TV stations...
  • Judge stands firm on order to release information to alleged USS Cole plotter's lawyers

    A military judge isn't backing down from his order to the U.S. government to provide defense lawyers with details of the accused USS Cole bomber's odyssey through the CIA's secret prisons, but he may let prosecutors shield identities of some agents,...
  • Kaine says President needs to ask Congress for Iraq combat OK

    Sen. Tim Kaine has made a top priority of clarifying when and how presidents can dispatch troops overseas, and today told his fellow Senators that the White House needs to seek Congressional approval if the U.S. intends to engage in any combat activity in...
  • Officially, why it was OK for the U.S. government to kill Anwar Awlaki

    Officially, why it was OK for the U.S. government to kill Anwar Awlaki
    Better late than never, the American public has been provided with a redacted version of a Justice Department memo offering a legal rationale for the targeting of Anwar Awlaki, the U.S.-born Al Qaeda figure who was killed in a drone strike in Yemen in...
  • Historian Jay Winter: The five things Americans should know about the Great War

    Historian Jay Winter: The five things Americans should know about the Great War
    A chauffeur's happenstance wrong turn down a back street in Sarajevo 100 years ago this week ended in the assassination of the heir to the throne of the Habsburg empire. Archduke Franz Ferdinand's murder was the catalyst for the Great War that haunts...
  • Best Sports Moment

     
    Monday's thrilling 2-1 U.S. victory over Ghana in the World Cup gave me an idea for a question to throw out to you. I'll assume that everyone reading this saw that game on TV, if they saw it at all.......
  • Obama outlines the limits of foreign intervention [Commentary]

    Obama outlines the limits of foreign intervention [Commentary]
    In keeping with his determination to get America off "a perpetual wartime footing" after more than a decade of combat in Iraq and Afghanistan, President Obama's commencement address at West Point was a sobering preview of what lies ahead for the...
  • Benghazi suspect: Enemy or criminal, or both, or neither?

    The capture of Ahmed Abu Khatallah, the alleged ringleader of the 2012 attacks on a U.S. mission in Benghazi, Libya, has revived an old (and tedious) debate: Are figures such as Abu Khatallah “unlawful enemy combatants” or criminals? The...
  • Is MTV's 'The Real World' returning to Chicago?

    Is MTV's 'The Real World' returning to Chicago?
    MTV’s “The Real World” could be headed back to Chicago, more than 10 years after the reality series filmed in Wicker Park. Assuming the production receives city approval, the show would be based at 1100 W. Randolph St. in the West Loop,...
  • Interviewing Vanessa Carlton: A dozen years after 'A Thousand Miles,' singer still looking for truth in her music

     
    Singer-songwriter Vanessa Carlton is on the phone from her New York apartment, describing her upcoming fifth album, to be called “Liberman.” She says it’s “a little bit more dreamy and psychedelic … I really wanted to...