Muslim Americans: No Signs of Growth in Alienation or Support for
As the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks approaches, a comprehensive public opinion survey finds no indication of increased alienation or anger among Muslim Americans in response to concerns about home-grown Islamic terrorists, controversies about the building of mosques, and other pressures that have been brought to bear on this high-profile minority group in recent years. Read the full report and see also a hispanic of highlights, an infographic of topline findings and a map showing controversies over
Mosques and Islamic Centers across the U.S.
Survey finds U.S. Muslims happy, despite
United in Remembrance,
Divided Over Policies
Ten years after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the events of that day retain a powerful hold on the collective consciousness of the public. Substantial majorities say that 9/11 had a profound personal impact and that the attacks changed the country in a major way. Yet the
public continues to be divided over many of the anti-terrorism policies that arose after Sept. 11, and these differences extend to opinions about whether U.S. wrongdoing in dealings with other countries prior to 9/11 may have motivated the attacks. Read more
A September 11th tribute to the
media: Coverage from the immediate
aftermath of 9/11/01
SPECIAL REPORT FOR OBNS FROM HSNW,
Editor's note: 9/11: Ten years on...Al Qaeda "very much alive U.S.
needs to be "aggressive and preemptive"...Biological weapons: U.S. must not repeat the failure of imagination....We are in an "era of terror": individuals, small groups can kill on a mass
scale...The "lost decade" of cybersecurity: adversaries outpace
cyber-defenses....Congress should permanently authorize chemical security bill...Emergency medical response in a
post-9/11 Washington, D.C....Emergency communication remains a challenge ten years after 9/11...TSA: Aviation security "stronger and more secure" ten years later
You will not get a more indepth, honest look at then and now...no pundits spinning with this special report..it's here, raw and for the readers to digest on their own...
9/11 remembered on Associated Content: A special edition ...my story and editors, writers and other content providers have compiled a SPECIAL EDITION ON ASSOCIATED CONTENT ...the content arm of YAHOO...I was working in a newsroom that day, prepping and writing about the upcomin Emmy Awards
...that story and much more on associatedcontent.com
What did I do with those stories and my magazine, The Big E, that week? One thing, I went into news mode as that event changed EVERYTHING!