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- Terrorism & 9/11
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Opinion & Editorials
- Securing Freedom's Triumph  -  by President George W. Bush -  NY Times (registration req'd) (Sep 11, 2002)
- Just Don't Call 'Em 'Heroes'  -  NY Post (Sep 11, 2002)
- The Other N.Y.C.  -  NY Post (Sep 11, 2002)
- Mental Health: The Profession Tests Its Limits  -  NY Times (registration req'd) (Sep 11, 2002)
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Feature Articles
- 9/10 and We're Still Burying WTC Dead  -  NY Post (Sep 11, 2002)
- The Kitsch Vendors of 9-11  -  Village Voice (Sep 11, 2002)
- Chaos in Control Room  -  Newsday (Sep 11, 2002)
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Interactives & Graphics
- Eight Fathers  -  NY Times (registration req'd) (Sep 11, 2002)
- Around a City Remade  -  NY Times (registration req'd) (Sep 11, 2002)
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Audio
- New York Scene  -  NPR (Sep 11, 2002)
- The Revival of New York's Trinity Church  -  NPR (Sep 11, 2002)
- Citizen Poets  -  presents poems by NYC residents in response to the WTC Attacks -  NPR (Sep 11, 2002)
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Photos
- EarthCam: Ground Zero Cam
- New Yorker: Ground Zero
- September 11 Photo Project
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Video
- Pataki Reads Gettysburg Address  -  AP Video (Sep 11, 2002)
- Moment of Silence at Ground Zero  -  AP Video (Sep 11, 2002)
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  Latest Developments

 Victims' Names Read at Ground Zero
(AP) - One by one, the names of the souls lost at the World Trade Center echoed across ground zero Wednesday, exactly a year after two hijacked jetliners brought down the twin towers and killed thousands. The roll call of the dead and missing began after a moment of silence at 8:46 a.m., the time when the first plane struck last Sept. 11, and was expected to take more than an hour and a half in a stark demonstration of the enormity of the disaster. More...

    Moment of Silence at Ground Zero (AP)
  Continuing live 9/11 coverage:  C-SPAN   NPR

 

  News Stories
- Security Tight at Ground Zero, N.Y.  -  Associated Press  (Sep 11, 2002)
- Pataki Unveils Wall of Innocents  -  NY Post  (Sep 11, 2002)
- Day of heartbreak and grief  -  NY Daily News  (Sep 11, 2002)
- Victims' Names Read at Ground Zero  -  Associated Press  (Sep 11, 2002)
- Teen Honors Stepdad at Ground Zero  -  Associated Press  (Sep 11, 2002)
- N.Y. Marks Falling of South Tower  -  Associated Press  (Sep 11, 2002)
- Ground Zero Falls Silent as U.S. Honors Victims  -  Reuters  (Sep 11, 2002)
- More than half of victims IDd  -  NY Daily News  (Sep 11, 2002)
- Grieve Today, Mayor Says, and Then Grasp Tomorrow  -  NY Times (registration req'd)  (Sep 11, 2002)
- For Many New Yorkers, a Tentative Normality  -  NY Times (registration req'd)  (Sep 11, 2002)
- List of Those Reading Victim Names  -  Associated Press  (Sep 11, 2002)
- Silence at Ground Zero  -  BBC  (Sep 11, 2002)
- Steel From Fallen Towers Is Reborn in Sculptor's Hands  -  NY Times (registration req'd)  (Sep 11, 2002)
- 9/11 Victim Names Read at WTC Site  -  Associated Press  (Sep 11, 2002)
- What's Next For WTC Site  -  Newsday  (Sep 11, 2002)
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  Related Web Sites
- Lower Manhattan Development Corporation Website -  public agency created in the aftermath of September 11th to help plan and coordinate the rebuilding and revitalization of Lower Manhattan.
- Listening to the City -  citizens' group committed to ensuring that community voices are heard in developing plans to rebuild lower Manhattan. Organized by the Civic Alliance to Rebuild Downtown New York.
- Rebirth of Ground Zero -  focuses on the ongoing transformation of the WTC site. Includes news stories, pictures, maps, and memorials. From Newsday.
- septembereleven.net -  photographer Gary Suson documents the recovery effort at the World Trade Center site.
- Nova: Why the Towers Fell -  follows a team of forensic engineers during their in-depth investigation of the precise causes of the Twin Towers' Sept. 11 collapse.
- World Trade Center Building Performance Study -  data and observations on the collapse, and recommendations as to how to safeguard buildings. From the Federal Emergency Management Administration, May 2002.
- Environmental Studies of the Post-Sept. 11 Attack WTC Area -  report that details the extent of particle release of asbestos and glass fiber, gypsum, concrete, and other construction materials from the collapsed buildings. From the USGS.
- WTC Catastrophe Safety and Health Links -  includes sections on environmental contamination, compensation, health resources, and psychological trauma. From the NY Committee for Occupational Safety and Health.
- Fiscal Impact of 9/11 on New York City -  report that estimates the cost of the attacks to the city may be as high as $95 billion. From the NY Comptroller's office, September 4, 2002. [PDF]
- World Trade Center Traveling Memorial -  a project of the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police.
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  Eyewitness Accounts
- A stunning tale of escape traps its hero in replay  - Christian Science Monitor  (Sep 9, 2002)
- Lives In Limbo After Layoffs  - Newsday  (Sep 9, 2002)
- Clean getaway gives Sept. 11 survivor a tale to tell  - San Francisco Chronicle  (Jan 22, 2002)
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