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9/11: What followed and how it shaped us 12 years later

Just about 12 hours earlier on September 10th, 2001, I was at the old Vallee and Bowe Cadillac dealership in Woodbury, New Jersey, helping a couple take delivery of their brand new Oldsmobile Alero as the nine o’clock hour (ie: closing time) drew close

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Boston Marathon bombings remind us that terrorism is alive and all too well

Boston police have finally hunted down

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'Extremely Loud And Incredibly Close' Starring Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock Misses the Mark

About six months ago, the film Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

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Remembering 9/11: Don't Ever Forget the September 11th World Trade Center Attacks

Remembering 9/11: Don’t Ever Forget

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9/11 National Moment of Remembrance this Sunday

9/11 National Moment of Remembrance

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Osama Bin Laden Killed By U.S. Forces: President Obama To Address Nation

Nearly ten years after the September 11 attacks, the U.S. Government is confirming that Osama Bin Laden was killed tonight, following a military operation.

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Airport Full Body Scanners Should Be Abandoned in Favor of Profiling

There was a great deal of concern that some passengers would slow down travel by refusing to go through the TSA monitored, new, see-all full body scanners at 68 airports across the country.

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Butterfly Mosque author G. Willow Wilson discusses identity, comics, and Islam at UPenn

“When you turn on the news in America, and you hear any kind of human interest story about Muslims, it’s almost always something that’s gone wrong,” author G. Willow Wilson said to an engaged crowd during a panel discussion at UPenn.

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SEPTA Cameras Out Of Batteries While China Gets Dystopian

In May 2008, Naomi Klein wrote an in-depth feature for Rolling Stone titled, “China’s All-Seeing Eye.” In the piece, she discusses Shenzhen, a city close to Hong Kong, which didn’t exist 30 years ago, and can be described as an experiment in Big Brotherism. She calls it “market Stalinism.”

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Is It Time to Make 9/11 a National Holiday?

Kramer: What's today? Newman: It's Thursday. Kramer: Really? Feels like Tuesday. Newman: Tuesday has no feel. Monday has a feel, Friday has a feel, Sunday has a feel.... *** Fans of Seinfeld will of course recall this classic exchange. As was the case with most things Seinfeld, this was an example of something we all could relate to. I mean days do have a feel, don’t they? But it’s not just days of the week that have “feels” associated with them.

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