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  • A day to reflect, to go on

    In Maryland and around the country, Sept. 11 will be a day of mournful choral music and memorial walks, of church bells and flag-raising, of button wearing and volunteering, of both pausing and going on. As the first anniversary of one of the most...
  • Artists struggle to make sense of senseless act

    NEW YORK - Against a setting sun, a clarinetist blows fiercely into his instrument, the sound more anguished cry than musical note. Dancers, moving as slowly as a dream, climb atop a tomb-like vessel piled high with dark, pebbly dirt, alternately...
  • Thousands pay tribute at Pentagon

    WASHINGTON - At the precise spot where an airliner slammed into the Pentagon a year ago, President Bush and military leaders led a ceremony of remembrance yesterday that was equal parts patriotic rally, somber memorial service and renewed call to arms...
  • Washingtonians wary but resolute in solidarity

    WASHINGTON - The nation's capital spent much of yesterday looking over its shoulder and scanning the skies overhead. In a city that escaped last Sept. 11 without the devastation that was perhaps intended for it, anxiety and caution abounded. Even as...
  • Maryland's lost

    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...
  • Sit up straight until airlines ease reclining turbulence

    Sit up straight until airlines ease reclining turbulence
    None of us should take this lying down. When it comes to reclining seats on airplanes, we need to draw a line — and maybe we all should be required to sit up straight until everyone agrees on what that line should be. By now, you know about last...
  • Passenger dispute forces Paris-bound flight to land in Boston

    An American Airlines flight from Miami to Paris had to be diverted to Boston when two passengers got into an argument and one of them grabbed a member of the crew, authorities said. When Flight 62 landed at Logan International Airport in Boston on...
  • Lawsuit: Airline didn't do enough to help Pekin man who died after midflight chest pains

    Lawsuit: Airline didn't do enough to help Pekin man who died after midflight chest pains
    A Pekin, Ill., man died in 2012 shortly after landing at O'Hare International Airport despite having informed airline staff midflight that he had chest pains, according to a lawsuit filed this week in Cook County court. The lawsuit filed by Kevin...
  • Report: Miami-to-Paris flight diverted because of unruly passenger

    Report: Miami-to-Paris flight diverted because of unruly passenger
    An American Airlines flight heading from Miami to Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris was diverted to Boston's Logan Airport Wednesday evening because of an unruly passenger, New England Cable Network is reporting. Flight 62 landed safely in Boston at...
  • Why Hackers Took Down Sony's PlayStation Network

    LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Hackers "overwhelmed" Sony's PlayStation Network on Sunday, making the service unavailable to its tens of millions of users. The move brought back painful memories for Sony of a serious 2011 breach that exposed the names and...
  • American Airlines is pulling AA, US Airways fares from Orbitz sites

    American Airlines announced Tuesday it has pulled its fares off websites powered by Orbitz, "effective immediately." US Airways fares will come off as of Monday, Sept. 1. "We have worked tirelessly with Orbitz to reach a deal with the economics that...
  • Airlines draw union flak over fuel tax breaks

    Airlines draw union flak over fuel tax breaks
    The airline industry is getting $1 billion in tax breaks per year from states on the jet fuel it buys, according to a new study funded by a national labor union. In Illinois, two separate tax breaks on fuel amount to $85 million a year, said a study...