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September 11, 2001 Attacks

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  • Pita Pit opens in Virginia Beach

    Pita Pit opens in Virginia Beach
    Anthony Rivera and his wife Tammy just opened a new Pita Pit in Virginia Beach at 300 Constitution Drive. Anthony Rivera, whose family owns several local businesses, wanted to open a different business, according to a news release. After looking for a...
  • Where's the accountability? [Commentary]

    Where's the accountability? [Commentary]
    Among the many repugnant aspects of the news that Baltimore has spent millions to settle charges of police brutality and civil rights violations, this may be the most troublesome: A clause in the city's settlement agreements prohibits victims from...
  • Maria Pinto once again on road to White House

    Maria Pinto once again on road to White House
    Forget the rise and fall of hemlines as a measure of the economy's health. Chicagoans need only follow the fortunes of one of their most famous and indefatigable fashion designers, Maria Pinto. Pinto launched her first fashion line in 1991, landing...
  • Scene reenacts part of author's debut novel

    Scene reenacts part of author's debut novel
    Jake Green attacked a bully who pummeled his best friend, Sam Medina, two days after 9/11 — because Sam is an Arab Muslim. The scene that unfolded in Ramblewood Middle School's cafeteria in Coral Springs wasn't a cause for alarm. It was a...
  • Ex-Courant Editor Teutsch Remembered As Dedicated Journalist, Humble Colleague

    Ex-Courant Editor Teutsch Remembered As Dedicated Journalist, Humble Colleague
    Clifford L. Teutsch, a dedicated newspaperman who led The Courant's newsroom through some of its most exhilarating and most turbulent times, died Friday. He was 64. Teutsch served as editor of the Courant from September 2006 to May 2009, and as...
  • Laurie Garrett: Five myths about Ebola

    Laurie Garrett: Five myths about Ebola
    The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has reportedly claimed close to 4,000 lives, and World Health Organization officials believe the true death toll could be far higher. An international response including U.S. military personnel, as well as assistance from...
  • The Enduring Appeal Of State's Silent Bells

    The Enduring Appeal Of State's Silent Bells
    Bells have long been expected to alert listeners that something is happening. Yet they are frequently valued not only for their sound, but as quiet icons of remembrance. Silent bells can ring loudly in our imaginations. Historically, and into the...
  • 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...
  • Protecting the president

    The following editorial appeared in the Miami Herald on Thursday, Oct. 2: Julia Pierson's job as head of the Secret Service was in jeopardy the moment an intruder made it past the front door of the White House. The belated disclosure that he went...
  • Memories of Len Bias are complicated, but still remain strong

    Memories of Len Bias are complicated, but still remain strong
    If Len Bias could attend his own Hall of Fame ceremony on Friday, he'd do so as a 50-year-old man. That's a heck of a thing to wrap your head around if, like me, you grew up as an obsessed ACC basketball fan in the 1980s. Lenny has lived as an idea...
  • Sweden and the wakening of eco-integrity

    Startling news: Sweden now recycles 99 percent of its waste. At least that's what people are saying, including an official website of Sweden itself: "Less than one per cent of Sweden's household waste ends up in a rubbish dump." There may be less to this...