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Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
Topic - Twin Towers
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After narrowly surviving the Vietnam War, William Thomas never imagined he'd be on a battleground again.
Families of those who were killed during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attack on America’s soil can go forth with a lawsuit against Saudi Arabia, a judge ruled this week, overturning an earlier court-imposed prohibition.
About 75 airmen greeted Kyle Busch at the Aerial Port Squadron at Dover Air Force Base _ and they were ready to talk racing.
Texas Rangers third base coach Gary Pettis still has vivid memories of that day 12 years ago, when two hijacked jets were flown into the World Trade Center towers.
The owner of the World Trade Center wants billions more in compensation from the airlines whose planes were flown into the Twin Towers on September 11, 2001.
We screamed when New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg favored the building of a Muslim community center two blocks from Ground Zero. It was a meaningless gesture by him but ugly and insulting to those murdered at the Twin Towers site on Sept. 11, 2001. Yet it was nothing compared to our former vice president, arrogant Al Gore, who is now selling his television station, Current TV, to Al-Jazeera ("Al-Jazeera buys Current TV from Al Gore," Web, Jan. 2).
Emotions run high in "Extremely Loud & Incredibly Close," one of the boldest cinematic tacklings of Sept. 11 yet.
After a decade of war with al Qaeda, the potential for another devastating terrorist assault "remains very real," Defense Secretary Leon E. Panetta said Tuesday following a somber visit to ground zero of the Sept. 11 attacks on the World Trade Center.
Academy Award-winning actor and silver-screen conservative Jon Voight shares his reaction to news that New York Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg will include President Obama and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo at the solemn remembrance of the 9/11 attacks at ground zero on Sunday. But no clergy. And no prayers.
The image on the television screen is still vividly etched in Vinny Testaverde's mind.
How have we changed in just 10 years? A decade ago, the Twin Towers were felled deliberately. American flags flew from every home. We had been attacked; we were all united in defending ourselves and defeating the enemy that wanted to kill us. President George W. Bush had an approval rating of more than 80 percent.
President Obama and first lady Michelle Obama will attend ceremonies at the Pentagon, at the Manhattan site of the Twin Towers and in rural Pennsylvania to mark the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the White House announced Tuesday.
Everyone remembers the Twin Towers, but fewer recall the first towers targeted by violent extremists. Saturday marks the 15th anniversary of the Khobar Towers bombing in which 19 American servicemen and one Saudi national were killed and 372 wounded. For the families of those who died, justice has been long in coming, but a new court ruling gives hope that closure may be near.
Is this book weird or wonderful, disturbing or compelling, mysterious or mystical? How about all of the above? In this, his 16th work of fiction, Madison Smartt Bell proves once again that he deserves to be far better known and more widely read.
When terrorists attacked the Twin Towers in New York and the Pentagon just outside Washington with airliners, the nation was stunned. While still in the process of recovering from the devastation, Congress created the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), giving it the responsibility of security for all modes of transportation.