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September 11, 2001 Attacks

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  • Chicago's Trump Tower signage is offensive

    Chicago's Trump Tower signage is offensive
    Architecture in Chicago is no small thing. It stands more prominently in the public conscience than arguably any other American city. And now, regrettably, so does one sign. The recent installation of nearly 20-foot-6-inch-high letters spelling "TRUMP"...
  • Orland school districts awarded grants for security

    Orland school districts awarded grants for security
    Orland School District 135 received a $126,000 grant that will be used to enhance school security, district officials said Tuesday. The funding comes from the Illinois Emergency Management Agency's Illinois School and Campus Safety Grant program,...
  • 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,...
  • Official: More transfers from Guantanamo prison not 'imminent'

    Official: More transfers from Guantanamo prison not 'imminent'
    The Obama administration is working on more transfers out of the Guantanamo Bay detention center in the wake of last week's release of five Taliban fighters but said Wednesday it doesn't have a time line for progress. One national security official said...
  • 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 seeks an escape from the Middle East

    In his first term, Barack Obama all but declared victory in America's Middle East struggles. As he precipitously pulled out all U.S. peacekeepers from Iraq, the president had his own "Mission Accomplished" moment when declaring the country "stable,"...
  • Hartford Circus Fire: Day Of Panic, Heroes

    Hartford Circus Fire: Day Of Panic, Heroes
    It was Hartford's 9/11, an ordinary day that turned into a horrid tragedy in a matter of minutes, and haunts us still. Sunday is the 70th anniversary of the Hartford Circus Fire, the "Day The Clowns Cried," the day the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey...
  • Bands present star-spangled concerts

    Friday is the Fourth of July, which means it's a good a time to strike up the band. Or in this case, bands, since four local bands have Independence Day programs on tap. So get those lawn chairs planted and flags waving. The Allentown Band, under the...
  • Lee Greenwood, coming here for the Fourth, talks about 'God Bless the USA"

    Lee Greenwood, coming here for the Fourth, talks about 'God Bless the USA"
     Singer-songwriter Lee Greenwood will be celebrating the Fourth of July on Friday at Busch Gardens in Williamsburg, and you can bet your last American dollar he will be singing "God Bless the USA," the patriotic anthem he released 30 years ago.  Landing...
  • The American way of war: It may surprise you

    "We must resist our dreams of managing history." —Reinhold Niebuhr, "The Irony of American History" (1952) When you study how the U.S. goes to war, there is a prevalent though not perfect pattern. The triggering event is often a sudden crisis...
  • Hansen: Will the last artist turn off the lights?

    There is a theory that artists see things others don't. This acute sense of observation is perhaps why distinguished Laguna Beach artist Jorg Dubin is restless. For nearly 40 years, he has watched Laguna age — without growing wise. He has seen...