9/11 Economic Impact
  • Secrets of Black Friday Super Shoppers

    By Mitch Lipka, Reuters

    A Black Friday neophyte will shop without a plan. The veteran shopper knows where to go and when, what to buy, and how much to pay.

  • Home Improvement Gains Still Healthy, But Slowing

    The double-digit gains seen int he home improvement sector will continue in the near-term, but the pace is expected to slacken by the second half of the year, according to a new report from the Joint...

  • Bolting Bovine Replaces Germany's Oracle Octopus

    By Reuters

    Could a runaway celebrity cow replace the late Paul the "oracle" octopus as the next animal with the ability to foretell the fortunes of Germany's national soccer team?

  • Obama Must Act Quickly to Prevent a Nuclear Iran

    By Mortimer B Zuckerman, US News and World Report

    Opinion: The gravest national security challenge facing the United States is clearly how to prevent Iran from achieving nuclear weapons capability. It is also the most urgent. Conciliation has failed...

  • Names of 9/11 Attack Victims Echo Across WTC Site

    By LARRY NEUMEISTER, Associated Press

    NEW YORK (AP) — President Barack Obama read a biblical passage about refuge and strength and the names of the Sept. 11 dead echoed across a transformed ground zero Sunday as the nation and world...

  • Grieving for Those Lost at the Pentagon

    By AVIS THOMAS LESTER, The Washington Post

    They had little in common that day except that they lived in Prince George’s County and died at the Pentagon. The youngest was 3 years old, little Dana Falkenberg of University Park, who was headed...

  • Septemeber 10: the Last Day of Innocence

    By JOEL ACHENBACH, The Washington Post

    For Karen Hughes, counselor to the president of the United States, Sept. 10, 2001, was a day of celebration and relief. It was her wedding anniversary. She and husband Jerry dined at a favorite...

  • Crowds Gather on Second Day at Flight 93 Memorial


    SHANKSVILLE, Pa. (AP) — Thousands of family members and friends of the 40 passengers and crew killed aboard United Flight 93 were gathering with political dignitaries, local officials and residents...

  • Obama Pushes for Unity on 9/11 Anniversary


    NEW YORK (AP) — President Barack Obama opened a sun-splashed day of solemn remembrance Sunday by honoring the 9/11 dead with a visit to ground zero, bowing his head at the cascading pools of the...

  • After 9/11, the Unions Didn’t Have a Tea Party

    Two days after September 11, 2001, I headed downtown from the Upper West Side of Manhattan to see if I could help out at Ground Zero. Here’s who I didn’t see marching south toward the human carnage...