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January 18, 2012 "If I was on that plane with my kids. ... There would have been a lot of blood in that first-class cabin and then me saying, 'OK, we're going to land somewhere safely, don't worry,' " the actor told Men's Journal. He's now apologized.
An artist's rendering provided by Dutch architectural company MVRDV of its design for two skyscrapers in Seoul.
December 13, 2011 A Dutch firm's proposal for a project in South Korea links two towers with a "cloud" of skybridges. The design reminds many of the horrific images from the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001. The architects say they didn't see the resemblance.
September 6, 2011 As the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks draws closer, we're pointing to some of the stories being told about that day and the days since.
A fireman walks amongst the rubble and the smoldering wreckage of the World Trade Center in New York in the wake of the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.
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September 2, 2011 People exposed to the cloud of contaminants that engulfed Lower Manhattan after the Sept. 11 attacks were less likely to die than people who weren't exposed, according to a new study. But other research found a small boost in cancer rates among first responders, as well as elevated depression and PTSD.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell, during an address in Washington, D.C., on March 1, 2010.
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September 1, 2011 "Terrorists can't change who we are," former Secretary of State Colin Powell tells NPR. Americans, he says, will only lose touch with the freedom-loving, open society we enjoy if we "take such counsel of our fears that we change who we are."
Sept. 13, 2001: An American flag, put there by rescue workers, stands in the wreckage of the World Trade Center.
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August 31, 2011 Foreign Policy makes the case that the rise of emerging markets, the creation of social media and other events have had stronger impacts than the terrorist attacks.
Sept. 11, 2001: A surveillance camera image of two men identified by authorities as Mohammed Atta (R) and Abdulaziz Alomari (C) at the Portland International Jetport.
May 3, 2011 Michael Touhey was working at the Portland International Jetport on Sept. 11, 2001, and checked in two of the terrorists who later that day would fly a jet into a tower at New York's World Trade Center.
April 4, 2011 Khalid Sheikh Mohammed will not face a civilian court in the U.S., as once was the Obama administration's intention, officials say.
March 8, 2011 As a police helicopter hovered overhead, officers captured the horrific scene. "The whole tower; it's gone," an anguished officer can be heard saying. The video has been released after a Freedom of Information Act request.
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