Sept. 11: A Day That Changed the World Five years ago, on a beautiful September morning, terrorists wreaked havoc in America. NPR covered the story from the time the first plane struck the World Trade Center, and is still covering the story today. We have links to our past reports and essays, and fresh looks at how the world -- and individual lives -- were transformed by Sept. 11.
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Sept. 11: A Day That Changed the World

Health Problems Remain for WTC Rescue Workers

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'Watching the World Change': Images of Sept. 11

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Sept. 11: 'The Day Nothing Much Changed'

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