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September 11, 2001 Attacks

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  • State Ramps Up Ebola Readiness Efforts

    State Ramps Up Ebola Readiness Efforts
    State health officials are gauging hospitals' readiness for an Ebola case, communicating with thousands of doctors, school nurses and other providers about preparation and response, and honing a message to the public that would inform but not needlessly...
  • Whoopi Goldberg Has No Regrets, Ready For New Season On 'View'

    Whoopi Goldberg Has No Regrets, Ready For New Season On 'View'
    Academy Award, Grammy Award, Golden Globe and Daytime Emmy Award winning actress Whoopi Goldberg is among an elite group of artists who beyond stage and screen is also a co-host of and award-winning talk show — ABC's award-winning "The View." The...
  • 'Unveiled' takes aim at religious prejudices

    'Unveiled' takes aim at religious prejudices
    "Unveiled," a critically acclaimed one-woman show that aims to widen people's religious tolerances, will be performed at 7 p.m. Oct. 18 in the gymnasium at Holy Cross Catholic Church in Deerfield. Co-sponsoring the performance by Chicago-based actress...
  • Controller tells of 'adrenaline panic' after Aurora FAA center lost link

    Controller tells of 'adrenaline panic' after Aurora FAA center lost link
    In the moments after an Aurora air traffic control facility was sabotaged, controllers were forced to use land lines and cellphones to establish communications with other Federal Aviation Administration facilities and monitor flights. When Brian Howard,...
  • No indication of arson found at Flight 93 memorial

    No indication of arson or foul play has been found in the fire that broke out last week at the Flight 93 National Memorial headquarters in Pennsylvania, destroying artifacts that had been saved after the Sept. 11, 2001, hijacking and plane crash, the...
  • Stop playing the Ebola blame game

    To the editor: As a registered nurse and a retired nurse administer, I was concerned about the perception that the failure to identify Ebola symptoms during the patient's initial hospital visit focused on the nurse. Research has shown that most serious...
  • Virtual hate to actual terrorism: Front & Center

    Despite its favorable uses, social media's often a cesspool where mankind's better angels don't rinse their wings. Gossip, racism and revenge porn all collect in the virtual gutter. Now, terrorist groups, particularly ISIS, have hijacked social media,...
  • Why war? It's a question Americans should be asking.

    Why war? It's a question Americans should be asking.
    As the United States charges once more into war, little debate has centered on the actual utility of war. Instead, policymakers and pundits have focused their comments on combating the latest danger to our nation and its interests as posed by Islamic...
  • Fire destroys three buildings at Pennsylvania memorial for 9/11 victims

    Fire destroys three buildings at Pennsylvania memorial for 9/11 victims
    A major fire destroyed three buildings on Friday at the Flight 93 National Memorial's headquarters complex in Pennsylvania, near the site of the Sept. 11, 2001, crash of a hijacked airliner, but no one was reported injured. The National Park Service ...
  • FAA Chief: No quick solutions after radar facility fire

    FAA Chief: No quick solutions after radar facility fire
    The leader of the nation's civilian aviation system offered no quick solutions Friday to averting the kind of air-travel chaos that has occurred after an insider attack against an air-traffic control facility in Aurora late last month. FAA Administrator...
  • Hyperpartisan Congress can't act rationally

    This Congress has difficulty in putting aside hyperpartisanship and rigid ideology long enough to do anything rational. So it may be just as well that members ran for the hills to avoid voting on bombing Iraq (and now Syria). Republicans want to avoid...