Generation goes from Sept. 11 classrooms to war

The U.S. Marine swings his metal detector, scanning debris, rocks and swirls of soil for any hints of concealed bombs as he leads the single-file patrol. Alert, pausing often, the troops act like ambassadors too, lobbing smiles and candy at Afghan children in adobe-lined alleyways.

Sunday - 09/11/2011, 05:23am EDT

Park offers special memories of Sept. 11 victims

"This memorial speaks to who they were as individuals," says Julia Caswell Daitch of a Montgomery County park created to remember family members who died in the terror attacks a decade ago.

Sunday - 09/11/2011, 05:11am EDT

Medal of Honor recipient fought for those who couldn't on 9/11

"My story is just one of millions," says retired Marine Sgt. Dakota Meyer, and adds that to have done anything else at the time would have been "wrong. It was simple: My best friends, my brothers were getting shot at. I was doing my job."

Sunday - 09/11/2011, 04:48am EDT

An intel Q&A: How the US gets it, where it goes

U.S. intelligence in the struggle against terrorism comes in many forms, maddeningly general, improbably precise, a game of sorts with vast consequences for winner and loser.

Sunday - 09/11/2011, 04:18am EDT

9/11, minute by minute: Chaos and 1 man's escape

Close your eyes and picture Sept. 11. The memories are cauterized, familiar forever. The second plane banks and slides in, the fireball blooms, the towers peel away as if unzipped from the top.

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 05:26pm EDT

9/11 heroes soothed and inspired a wounded nation

When volunteer John House shows people around the National Infantry Museum, he pauses next to an exhibit in the Vietnam-era section and points to one of the lifelike mannequins posed in a combat stance.

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 02:28pm EDT

Ways to commemorate Sept. 11 in the D.C. region

Mike McCarthy, editor in chief of Washington Flyer Magazine

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 02:12pm EDT


9/11 shaped military kids who grew up with war

Austin Trosper remembers panic on Sept. 11, 2001, as his mother and other parents emptied his 2nd grade class, fearing an attack on the Army post where he went to school.

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 02:09pm EDT

Amid mud and security, Flight 93 dedication begins

Grammy-winning singer and songwriter Sarah McLachlan has sung her song of loss and remembrance, "I Will Remember You," during the dedication of the first phase of the Flight 93 National Memorial.

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 02:06pm EDT

The Republicans' Weekly Address

The American spirit was not broken after the Sept. 11 attacks.

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 01:54pm EDT


At Todd Beamer High School, students honor victims

Morning clouds disappeared and the sun shone on Todd Beamer High School as students gathered Friday to commemorate the 10-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks and those who lost their lives that day.

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 01:53pm EDT

The President's Weekly Address

President Obama remembers the Sept. 11 attacks 10 years ago.

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 01:45pm EDT


9/11 brings enhanced security to US-Canada border

Just south of the U.S.-Canadian border in the Vermont town of Richford is a giant outpost, an imposing symbol of the changes wrought by the 9/11 attacks on the United States.

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 12:39pm EDT

Maine airport moving past 9/11 notoriety

Ten years ago, the ringleader of the 9/11 attacks strode through security at Maine's Portland International Jetport to start a day that ended in death and destruction.

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 11:28am EDT

USS Constitution gun salute in Boston marks 9/11

The world's oldest commissioned warship is honoring victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks by firing its guns four times.

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 11:26am EDT

Bush lays wreath at Pentagon in 9/11 remembrance

Former President George W. Bush has paid silent tribute to Sept. 11 victims in a wreath-laying at the Pentagon.

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 10:59am EDT

Stronger police presence in D.C. for 9/11 observance

The nation's capital will increase police presence through the observance of the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, mirroring heightened security across the country as federal officials said Thursday they had received specific and credible but unconfirmed information about a possible terrorist attack.

Saturday - 09/10/2011, 08:18am EDT

9/11 Commission chair: US safer now than in 2001

The United States is safer now than it was when terrorists attacked New York and Washington 10 years ago, yet terrorism remains a significant threat, Tom Kean Sr., the chairman of the 9/11 Commission, said Friday

Friday - 09/09/2011, 07:31pm EDT

In search of the next big attack, long after 9/11

The question has never stopped being asked since the morning of Sept. 11, 2001: What next?

Friday - 09/09/2011, 04:09pm EDT

Naval War College remembers 9/11 victims

Rhode Island's Naval War College has held a ceremony to honor 10 students and alumni who were killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon.

Friday - 09/09/2011, 01:27pm EDT
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