The first time most Americans saw Sulaiman Abu Ghayth was in a grainy videotape released shortly after 9-11. He was sitting cross-legged, in a white cap and a brown robe, on a stone outcropping somewhere high in the Afghan mountains. Sitting immediately to his left was Osama Bin Laden.
Just two days after Jared Lee Loughner fired at least 31 shots in front of an Arizona grocery store, killing six, including federal judge John Roll, while attempting to assassinate Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, a frightening, if scattered portrait has already formed via the media of a disturbed yo ... More >>
In this week's Voice, Bernice Yeung writes about a woman who lost her son in the World Trade Center on 9-11 and ended up befriending the mother of Al Qaeda terrorist Zacarias Moussaoui. That's Phyllis Rodriguez, at right below, with Moussaoui's mom, Aicha el-Wafi. "I felt for her as a mother," ... More >>
Phyllis Rodriguez lost her son at the World Trade Center. And then she found the mother of Zacarias Moussaoui.
How the events of September 11 renewed Hollywood's appetite for destruction
Bloody Tuesday: Paul Greengrass's visceral cine-memorial stakes its claim to authenticity
A Russian arms merchant funnels money, guns, and dope through the United Arab Emirates
Don't jump to conclusions, but there are ties between the UAE, bin Laden, and the Taliban
Plaintive president pleads case for war, wiretapping
Four years later, we still have ten big questions
The Bloomberg administration's fight for 9-11 secrecy
Court won't let public hear what FBI whistleblower has to say
Reason to fear Bush's new choice for Homeland Security
From John Ashcroft's lips to God's ear
Are they dead? Are they alive? Where is the media? Does anybody out there care?
The question is not what went wrong, but what didn't.
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Senator Schumer Pushes to Make Covert Surveillance Easier
While Detainees Languish the Feds Subvert Their Own Secrecy Arguments
Manhunt Puts Middle Easterners at Mercy of Ordinary Americans
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