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What Really Happened on 9/11?new

A New Jersey 9/11 widow and a New England filmmaker urge Burlington residents to vote next month for a new investigation.
Seven Days  |  Ken Picard  |  02-21-2007  |  Politics

Death by Dustnew

There is a frightening link between the 9/11 toxic cloud and cancer.
The Village Voice  |  Kristen Lombardi  |  11-30-2006  |  Science

Time and Againnew

A lengthy list of lies led to the deaths of thousands of innocent Afghans, Iraqis and Americans.
Pasadena Weekly  |  Kevin Uhrich  |  10-06-2006  |  War

The Clinton Challengenew

Democrats should do like Bill and confront right-wing hits head on.
Los Angeles CityBeat  |  Mick Farren  |  10-06-2006  |  Commentary

Family Trade Centernew

The feelings we are encouraged -- even permitted -- to have about 9/11 are private.
Seven Days  |  Judith Levine  |  09-28-2006  |  Commentary

To Tell the Truthnew

As the fifth anniversary of 9/11 approaches, some wonder why we still don't know exactly what happened.
Sacramento News & Review  |  R.V. Scheide  |  06-22-2006  |  Disasters

Tales from the Cryptographernew

Security guru Bruce Schneier busts the myths of post-9/11 safety measures.
Seven Days  |  Ken Picard  |  06-08-2006  |  Civil Liberties

The Double Closetnew

As gay and lesbian Arabs struggle to come out, they face homophobia, racism and violence -- within their own communities.
Metro Times  |  Sarah Klein  |  05-03-2006  |  LGBT

The Seekersnew

The birth and life of the "9/11 Truth" movement tells a story about what happens when a government lies -- for every action, there's a reaction equal and opposite.
The Village Voice  |  Jarrett Murphy  |  02-22-2006  |  Disasters

The CIA's Torture Taxinew

A plane that appears to be used by the CIA to carry terrorism suspects to dungeons in far-off lands is linked to a mysterious company in Reno and a prominent Nevada politico.
San Francisco Bay Guardian  |  A.C. Thompson and Trevor Paglen  |  12-14-2005  |  Politics

Dying for Undying Fame

If the theme of Jarhead is killers wanting to kill, the theme of Paradise Now is killers wondering if they should kill.
Washington City Paper  |  Louis Bayard  |  11-04-2005  |  Reviews

More Hot Water in Vice President's Officenew

The overall picture that emerges with the indictment of Scooter Libby is of the vice president's office as a boiler room, with Dick Cheney's flunkies concocting a story to smear Joe Wilson by outing his wife's undercover employment by the CIA.
The Village Voice  |  James Ridgeway  |  11-02-2005  |  Politics

Rudy to the Rescuenew

Every time a talking head invokes Rudy Giuliani's name as the master of disasters, it boosts his chances of succeeding Dubya as the guy who hands out the ice and the blankets.
The Village Voice  |  Jarrett Murphy  |  09-14-2005  |  Politics

Words Return: The Best of 9/11 Fiction

Maureen Leary sees the birth of a genre as she surveys the best of the current crop of 9/11-related fiction.
Isthmus  |  Maureen Leary  |  09-08-2005  |  Books

Terror in Training

The roots of 9/11 reach all the way to Oklahoma. Exactly what was Zacarias Moussaoui doing in Norman when he attended Airman Flight School?
Oklahoma Gazette  |  Ben Fenwick and Rob Collins  |  05-18-2005  |  Crime & Justice

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