November 29, 2015 Many Muslims feel pressure – sometimes a responsibility — to defend their faith when there's an attack carried out in the name of Islam. Young American Muslims share how they handle the scrutiny.
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August 27, 2012 Republicans have been forced to delay a second-straight convention opening due to storms. And the GOP is hardly alone in thinking that it can look bad to go forward with a planned event when horrible news is unfolding elsewhere.
September 7, 2011 There are objects currently on display at Smithsonian that, without much context, might look a lot like trash.
September 4, 2011 New York and Washington, D.C. were the primary targets on Sept. 11. The attacks played out mostly on TV for much of the rest of the country. Yet for most Americans, there is one moment when the distant tragedy became deeply personal.
June 28, 2011 Talk of the Nation's on the road at the Aspen Ideas Festival today. Michael Chertoff, John Negroponte, Jane Harman and Thomas Friedman talk about September 11, Michele Norris and Michel Martin talk across difference, and Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf talks about interfaith dialogue.
November 25, 2009 WikiLeaks is releasing an archive of text messages detailing life and death and everything in between on September 11, 2001.
September 11, 2007 John Ydstie is our guest host again today while Neal Conan continues NPR's coverage of testimony by General David Petraeus and U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Ryan Crocker on Capitol Hill today.
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