It was reported last week that members of the World Trade Center Survivors' Network, who had previously been allowed at the annual commemoration of the tragedy, would not be allowed to attend the 2011 ceremony at Ground Zero. (Nor, for that matter, would any other survivors.) Despite public o ... More >>
A passport in the Abbottabad, Pakistan compound where Osama Bin Laden was killed has identified Amal Ahmed Abdul Fatah as the woman in the room with Bin Laden when he was killed. According to ABC News, though the story has changed multiple times over the last three days, Fatah is Bin Laden's ... More >>
As the wave of unrest roils through the Middle East, news organizations like the New York Times have been scrambling to get information out of places where reporters are scarce. For news from Bahrain, the paper of record has frequently relied on Maryam Alkhawaja, a 23-year-old human rights ac ... More >>
Bad news, New Yorkers: Once again, rightbloggers are pretending to care what happens to you. You may remember that right after 9/11 it became trendy for conservatives to gush over New York and Rudy "America's Mayor" Giuliani. Then, when it became apparent that New Yorkers still weren't going to vo ... More >>
The White House report on the attempted underwear-bomb attack by Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab (pictured) on a Delta airliner during Christmas contains a lot of praise for America's "counter-terrorism community" -- in the summary, their "excellent analytic work" is lauded, and it is asserted that this w ... More >>
Voice cover photograph by Andre Souroujon, 2001This morning, the city will stop to remember the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks for the eighth time. Once again, relatives of the slain will journey to Ground Zero and the names will be read and public officials will utter condolences in lofty ver ... More >>
Nearly seven years after the attacks, a new design for a 9/11 museum to appear at the World Trade Center site has been unveiled, reports the New York Times. Surviving pieces of the trident-shaped columns of the original buildings, which "familiar silhouettes" the Times says, "came to symbolize endur ... More >>
How the FBIs terror informants brought down a Bronx jazz musician
Former mayor and president hopeful Rudy Giuliani will return to Ground Zero on the 6th anniversary of 9/11 and read from a text, Mayor Bloomberg told WCBS radio on Tuesday morning. A spokesman for Bloomberg said the text has not yet been chosen. Each year, a different group of readers recite the ... More >>
Using China's pride in the 2008 Olympics as a weapon against its shameful support of the Darfur nightmare
After hundreds of thousands of black Muslim corpses, is the genocide at last over?
Leaving the United Nations, the Secretary General tells us why it's not working.
How the events of September 11 renewed Hollywood's appetite for destruction
Plaintive president pleads case for war, wiretapping
Evidence of 'enhanced interrogation' just kept piling up
CIA has documented every use of its exclusive 'enhanced interrogation techniques'
The anti-war activist has plenty to sayand its not all about Bush
America shows two faces in Yemenboth meant to fight terror
This past sunday was no day of rest, especially for the wary
Are they dead? Are they alive? Where is the media? Does anybody out there care?
Translator keeps blowing 9-11 whistle on FBI; U.S. Keeps shutting her up
A Rwandan survivor remembers a preventable genocide
Capture of Saddam Doesn't Mean the Capture of Iraq
A Pair of Documentaries Grapple With Fanaticism and Forgiveness
Sending a Company's Company to War
Ominous Sequel to USA Patriot Act
The Tenet-Rumsfeld Bushwhackers
The Middle East Is Roiling. Fixable?
Hollywood Revises History, Joins the Good Fight
Laili Helms, Other Taliban Reps Stop Talking
Prince Tries to Calm World Fears
Exaggerating the Chemical and Biological Terrorism Threat
How Arabs and Muslims Should Combat ItDespite What the Jewish Defense Organization Says
Cyber-libertarians, Technologists, and Congress Wrangle Over Electronic Privacy Issues During Wartime
Activists Weigh the Cost of Confrontation
Modified Crops are In the Crosshairs Now. You May Be Next.
Does free speech suffer in the aftermath of terrorism?
Without Iran, Clinton Still Holds a Bad Hand