9/11: Media coverage — much to commend, much to lament

While the news media did a praiseworthy job in their coverage of 9/11, studies also show that substance was often lacking from news stories, and journalists failed to use a diverse body of sources.

GUEST COMMENTARY: Collateral damage from 9/11 includes unresolved feelings

After losing his brother-in-law in the Sept. 11 attacks, Samuel Cohen has quite a few feelings about the attacks, as do so many Americans.  The key, he says, is working through these feelings and talking about them with those around us. 

Military jets safely escort flight to New York

Two F-16 jets escorted an American Airlines flight into New York's Kennedy Airport Sunday after three passengers suspiciously made repeat trips to the bathroom.

UPDATE: Suspicious device leads to delays at Kansas City airport

A security scare happened at Kansas City International Airport when a former police New York City police officer was detained for carrying suspicious items in his luggage, an unnamed local offiical said.

In New York, a lasting memorial for 9/11 victims

New York draws family of 9/11 victims to unveiled memorial as the city commemorates those who died a decade ago.

Bush, Clinton speak at Flight 93 memorial

This weekend, politicians honored the victims of Flight 93, which crashed in a field in Pennsylvania on 9/11, while family members reflected on the deaths of their loved ones.

9/11 terrorist attacks marked with new memorial

A new 9/11 memorial was unveiled Sunday in New York, where relatives of victims honored the dead.

Suspicious device leads to detention at Kansas City airport

Security agents detained a man and shut down a terminal at the main airport in Kansas City after a suspicious device was detected inside a carry-on bag.