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9/11: One year later

Sunday, September 08, 2002

In the days after the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, many said that our sense of security, our economy and our very way of life were going to be radically altered.



On the first anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, the Post-Gazette offers a special package of personal stories of heroism, loss, survival and hope born out of tragedy in New York, Washington, D.C., and Shanksville, Somerset County.


Forty lives, One Destiny
A team of Post-Gazette reporters threads together the heroic story of how the crew and passengers aboard United Airlines Flight 93 rose in revolt against their hijackers on Sept. 11, thwarting an attack meant to kill thousands more at the price of their own lives.



The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's special 16-page afternoon edition published Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001 covered the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington D.C and the crash of Flight 93 in Somerset County, capturing what was known and what was still unclear in the hours after the terror attacks.

Some even wondered if a fearful populace would abandon our biggest cities and how Americans would respond to an unprecedented attack on civilians on home soil.

A year later many things have changed. And some important things have not changed at all.

The following links connect with key elements of our coverage surrounding the anniversary of the terrible events of Sept. 11, 2001.

Thursday, September 12, 2002
A Day to Remember: 'We all cried together ... It made us better people'

Ceremony lauds spirit of Flight 93 passengers

Family picks 9/11 for first flight ever

Ridge senses new public acceptance of terror warning system

Analysis: TV's 9/11 coverage grapples with quiet solemnity, awkwardness

Marking 9/11 - a year later

A photo journal: Pittsburgh 9-11-2002

Wednesday, September 11, 2002
Somerset County poised for memorial

Two survivors of Pentagon attack recount their experiences that day

Families of Flight 93 victims gather at Shanksville crash site

Columnist Ruth Ann Baker: Pondering this day will prepare future heroes

Columnist Gene Collier: Have we learned anything from a year's worth of lessons?

Columnist Dennis Roddy: A year after explosive discord, town still seeks harmony

An Editorial: A year's difference / Sadder, and maybe safer, America looks ahead

Sports and the legacy of 9/11

Canine heroes are remembered on Web site and in vet study

Tuesday, September 10, 2002
FBI investigating stream of threats tied to 9/11 anniversary

Downtown tied up for 2 hours as police check suspicious bag

Solemn tributes to 9/11 span the radio dial

Monday, September 9, 2002
Pitt hosts national bioterror conference

New lab aims to improve, standardize personal safety devices for rescuers

Sunday, September 8, 2002
Overnight, Bush became face of nation's resolve

How terrorism went from afterthought to priority

9/11: The Arts Respond

One year later: Anxiety in the air

Remembering Sept. 11: Triumphs amid tragedy

Photo Journals: 9/11 and Aftermath
The Sept. 11 terrorist attack on America

The Sept. 12 aftermath of the attack:

Day Three

Day Four

The U.S. strikes back at Al Qaeda:

Six month anniversary:

Associated Press Interactive
A Year in Disaster's Shadow

Keeping America Safe

Internet resources
9/11 memorials, anniversary events and resources around U.S., world

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