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Before self-proclaimed 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed was brought into court Saturday, Carole Reuben of Potomac said his arraignment would mark "the beginning of the end of the process." Her son, Todd Hayes Reuben, was a passenger on American...
Tags: Catonsville, Pakistan, American Airlines, Inc., Trials, Bombings
Beautiful September days are difficult for Basmattie Bishundat. Her son was killed on one 10 years ago. "Sometimes I hate those days," said the Waldorf woman, whose son, Romeo, was three days short of his 24th birthday when Flight 77 struck the Pentagon,...
In the aftermath of Sept. 11, homeland security in Baltimore was defined by color-coded terror warnings, police with automatic weapons standing guard at the Inner Harbor and officers racing from one suspicious package to another. It was a reassuring show...
Tags: Arts, Executive Branch, Defense, Local Government, Fort McHenry
No Hesitation, No Surrender, No Man Left Behind: "Thunder Gun" -- the best damn movie of all time (which is probably Sylvester Stalone’s 2010 classic, "The Expendables") sounds pretty freaking sweet. Unfortunately, Obama caused a traffic jam and the...
President Bush, whose time in office and place in history were forever shaped by the Sept. 11 attacks, is playing a central role in the commemorations, from a solemn wreath-laying ceremony at Ground Zero yesterday to a prime-time address tonight to a...
A Syrian-born terror suspect, reportedly sought in connection with the London bombings, is a fugitive in a Spanish case linked to Sept. 11 and was already wanted under a $5 million bounty offered by the United States. Mustafa Setmariam Nasar, 47, was...
Tags: Germany, Bombings, Afghanistan, Defense, Guerrilla Activity
Sun ReporterThey were the first words that presaged a changed America, an America that could no longer think of itself as invulnerable, as beyond the reach of those who hated us. They were spoken by Betty Ong, a flight attendant on American Airlines Flight 11, en...
sun reporterThe Laurel hotels where they stayed have been renovated and still attract an occasional tourist with a camera. The restaurant where they ate pizza has changed owners three times, and the new one says he knows nothing of its infamous former customers. The...
Sun StaffWorried about further terrorist attacks, federal officials shut down the nation's entire air transportation system yesterday, ordering thousands of airplanes out of the skies and prohibiting takeoffs at airports nationwide. The unprecedented "ground...
Sun National StaffTHURMONT -- People here in Maryland's Catoctin Mountains are used to presidential visits. They know that the Camp David retreat is tucked up in the hills and that President Bush spends many weekends there. They typically think little of it. But this...
Sept. 19, 2001 Still more Maryland residents are dead or missing in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Amelia Fields Amelia Fields, 38, a clerical worker who had been transferred to the Pentagon on Sept. 10, is listed as missing. Mrs. Fields grew up...
Associated PressLANTANA, Fla. - A 63-year-old Florida man died of the inhaled form of anthrax yesterday in the first such death in the United States in 25 years. Health officials said there is no evidence he was the victim of a terrorist attack, but the FBI and CDC...
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