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Ryan Crocker, the U.S. ambassador to Afghanistan (shown here in a file photo from July 2010), says that while he understands Americans' feeling of war fatigue, leaving Afghanistan would have a far worse consequence: "If we think the war is expensive — and it is — it is a lot cheaper than another 9/11." Presidential Palace/AP hide caption

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For U.S. Ambassador, A Decade On The Hot Seat

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Mohammed Atta was the leader of the Sept. 11 hijackers. After a last-minute change of plans, Atta arrived in Afghanistan just as Osama bin Laden had approved the plot. AP hide caption

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'The Banality Of Evil': Following The Steps To Sept. 11

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The Four Sections Steve Reich
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Traveling Music: I. Gentle, easy The Kronos Quartet
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Stephen Guymon, of Twin Falls, Idaho, separates packages for final shipment inside the 800,000-square-foot Amazon.com warehouse in Goodyear, Ariz. Ross Franklin/AP hide caption

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Amazon Agrees To Collect State Tax In California

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Maiden Voyage Westchester Jazz Orchestra
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Retired Port Authority Police officers Brian Patrick Tierney (left) and Kevin Devlin visited the World Trade Center site this week. Both men say it's been a struggle to adjust to normal life after losing friends and searching for remains at Ground Zero. Chris Arnold/NPR hide caption

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Port Authority Cops: Recovering From Sept. 11

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Like Water Béla Fleck & the Flecktones
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A mortally injured Father Mychal Judge is carried out of the World Trade Center by first responders, including Bill Cosgrove (in white shirt). Cosgrove says, "everybody you see in that picture was saved" from the North Tower's collapse, moments later. Shannon Stapleton/Reuters /Landov hide caption

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Slain Priest: 'Bury His Heart, But Not His Love'

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Then and Now Michel Camilo
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In 1992, Lesage started an embroidery school to pass on to a new generation the techniques of an art form threatened by mass-produced fashion. Olivier Saillant/Maison Lesage hide caption

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At Maison Lesage, Beauty Embroidered By Hand

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Geithner: 'Hundreds Of Thousands' Of Jobs Under Plan

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