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Modern Cockpit doors & Germanwings

After 11 September, 2001, airlines and authorities needed to ensure that no unauthorised persons could get into the cockpit. This resulted in the creation the cockpit doors we have on aircraft today. No more did we see the cockpit door left open on flights or people wandering in and out or passengers visiting. Show More Summary

Boy, 11, suspended for 364 days after school finds leaf that looks like pot

Early last September an 11-year-old Virginia boy was a happy-go-lucky sixth-grader in the gifted and talented program at Bedford Middle School. Later that month, an incident occurred that threw him into a depression, nearly bankrupt his parents and dramatically changed his family’s life. The story goes that students at Bedford told administrators that the boy,

9/11 Review Commission Suggests FBI Expand Spying on Entire Racial or Ethnic Communities

A 9/11 Review Commission report on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s efforts to implement recommendations the commission issued in the aftermath of the September 11th attacks was released. One of the report’s key aspects is how it suggests the agency should expand its domestic spying operations on entire racial or ethnic communities in the United [...]

Everything Changed on 9/11, Starting With Ted Cruz's Musical Taste

During a segment of CBS's This Morning show, Senator Ted Cruz attempted to explain how the attacks on September 11 moved him to shun the soulless genre of rock music and pick up country: You know, music is interesting. I grew up listening to classic rock and I’ll tell you sort of an odd story. Show More Summary

Ted Cruz Loves Good Old Country Music Because 9/11 And Also Pandering

Now this is some carefully targeted pandering! In an interview with CBS This Morning, Ted Cruz explained that the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, completely changed his taste in music, apparently because classic rock failed to meet his anger needs: Read more on Ted Cruz Loves Good Old Country Music Because 9/11 And Also Pandering…

'Did We Survive the Day?' Email Shows Clinton's Reaction to Benghazi Attack

Hillary Clinton faced criticism of her response to the September 11, 2012 attack on the US consulate in Benghazi that killed Ambassador Chris Stevens along with three employees.

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In Poland the night of 11 September 1939, Wehrmacht scout and commando units - elements of Kuechler's Third Army Corps - moved silently around the defenses of Novy Dvor, crossed the Vistula over the partly demolished Jablonka Bridge, and attempted to capture the Warsaw Telephone Exchange on the northern edge of the city. Show More Summary

DC-2015 submission deadline extended to 11 April 2015

2015-03-16, The Program Committee for DC-2015, to be held 1-5 September 2015 in São Paulo, Brazil, has decided to extend the deadline for submission for both the Technical and Professional Programs to 11 April 2015. The extended call can be found at

11 year old suspended for a year for possessing a ‘leaf’ that repeatedly tested negative for pot

last weekNews : The Raw Story

An 11-year-old Virginia boy was suspended for 364 days after being caught in possession of a leaf that, as it turned out, repeatedly tested negative for marijuana, The Roanoke Times‘ Dan Casey reports. Last September, officials at Bedford Middle School learned of a rumor that a student was...

All Three Philly Gay Bashing Suspects ‘Maintain Their Innocence’

Kevin Harrigan, Kathryn Knott, and Philip Williams are facing felony assault and conspiracy charges for the September 11 attack that left a gay couple hospitalized. read more

How asking for 'a few million dollars' as a 21-year-old at her first job helped this woman build a $200 million company

Jennifer Hyman's first job out of college was at a travel company at one of the worst times for travel companies: Right after September 11. "Industries that are chaotic are ripe for innovation," Hyman said during a talk at SXSW Friday afternoon. Show More Summary

Lawyers for Philly Gay Bashing Trio to Ask for Charges to Be Dropped or Lowered

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Lawyers for the trio of individuals accused in the September 11 assault on a gay couple in City Center, Philadelphia are expected to argue at an upcoming hearing for charges to be dropped or reduced, CBS Philly reports. Kevin Harrigan,...

Leader of Mortgage Relief Scam Receives 24 Year Prison Sentence

Mortgage Fraud Blog. Alan David Tikal, 46, the principal operator of a large-scale mortgage fraud/mortgage elimination scheme, was sentenced to 24 years in prison. In September 2014, Tikal was convicted of 11 counts of mail fraud and one count of money laundering by United States District Judge Troy L. Show More Summary

Exclusive Interview with Director Brian Sloan for ‘WTC View’

September 11 will always be one of the most horrific memories in United States history. Everyone reacted different in the following days and weeks after that terrible event. For the tenth anniversary release of “WTC View,” director Brian...Show More Summary

Hillary Clinton’s Top Aides Knew from First Minutes that Benghazi Was a Terrorist Attack, E-mails Disclose

From the very first moments of the terrorist attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi on September 11, 2012, then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her top aides were advised that the compound was under a terrorist attack. In fact,...Show More Summary

Today is the anniversary of the bombing of the World Trade Center

No, not, obviously, the September 11, 2001 attack by two airplanes on the Twin Towers. But today is the anniversary of the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center. It’s being commemorated with a ceremony at the 9/11 Memorial.

The Tallis Scholars celebrate Arvo Part's 80th birthday

This year, Arvo Part is 80 on 11 September 2015 and so we might expect quite a number of celebrations. Peter Phillips and The Tallis Scholars seem to be kicking off the celebrations with a new recording and world tour. The group's recording...Show More Summary

Rudy Giuliani: Obama Does Not Love America

Rudy Giuliani, the former New York City mayor who was in office on September 11, 2001 and was recognized as “America’s Mayor” at the time, spoke before a private dinner Wednesday night and said that President Barack Obama doesn’t love America, the Washington Post reported. Show More Summary

The Paranoid Style of Rudy Giuliani

last monthNews : News Desk

Rudolph Giuliani did much in his eight years as mayor to make New York a safer, more livable place. His reputation was briefly and unduly inflated after the September 11, 2001, attacks, but there are worse sins than receiving good press. Show More Summary

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