FAA Had Warnings Before Sept. 11 Attacks, Report Finds A newly released report by the staff of the Sept. 11 Commission provides new details about the state of aviation security at the time of the attacks, including persistent warnings to federal officials that terrorists might be interested in suicide attacks.
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FAA Had Warnings Before Sept. 11 Attacks, Report Finds

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FAA Had Warnings Before Sept. 11 Attacks, Report Finds

FAA Had Warnings Before Sept. 11 Attacks, Report Finds

FAA Had Warnings Before Sept. 11 Attacks, Report Finds

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A newly released report by the staff of the Sept. 11 Commission provides new details about the state of aviation security at the time of the attacks, including persistent warnings to federal officials that terrorists might be interested in suicide attacks.