Ground: Closing the Trade Center Site
Tom Bearden reports on the ceremony that concluded
the cleanup and recovery mission at the World Trade Center site.
Silences Mark Six Months Since Sept. 11 Attacks
Six months after more than 3,000 died in attacks in New York, Washington
and Pennsylvania, thousands gathered to honor those killed at the World
Trade Center and the Pentagon.
Bush vowed to carry on the U.S. war against those responsible for the
"There can be no peace in the world where differences and grievances
become an excuse to target the innocent for murder," Mr. Bush said.
"Against such an enemy, there is no immunity, and there can be no neutrality."
President Bush's remarks.
Emissaries from Nigeria, Korea and Turkey offer solidarity with the
panel of guests offers analysis of how
life in the United States has changed in the wake of September 11th.
Portraits of Grief
Robert MacNeil reports on a
New York Times series remembering those killed at the World Trade Center.
The series was part of the Times' "A Nation Challenged" reports, which
won a 2002 Pulitzer Prize. (12/28/01)
Two Months Later
Suarez returns to New York City to examine the progress of recovery
efforts at the World Trade Center site. (11/9/01)
Health correspondent Susan Dentzer explores the ways people are coping
stress and the paths to recovery in the post-Sept. 11 world. (11/8/01)
Robert MacNeil talks with The New York Times' Joyse Purnick and
The New Yorker's Adam Gopnik about New York's coping efforts.
York Recovers: A photo essay. (9/28/01)
Ray Suarez profiles New York City's Rudy Giuliani, widely praised for
his leadership during the last two weeks. (9/25/01)
A look at the Long Island town of Manhasset devastated by the September
11th attacks. (9/25/01)
Back Up for Business
arround the World Trade Center begin the slow process of recovery.
Dim For New York Rescuers
Gwen Ifill on American reaction to the attacks and Ray Suarez tours
the area near the fallen World Trade Center towers. (9/18/01)
Rescue efforts in New York continue, despite diminished hopes for finding
New York Mayor
Rudolph Giuliani says he's still hopeful, although the chances of finding
anyone alive in the World Trade Center wreckage are "very, very
director Joe Allbaugh on the government's role in recovery efforts.
President Bush leads a Rose Garden ceremony to honor those who "helped
rebuild shattered lives" in the attacks' aftermath. (9/18/01)
York Stock Markets Reopen, Plunge in Trading
market watchers discuss the
potential economic impact from Tuesday's attacks and the U.S. war
on terrorism. (9/17/01)
The Dow Jones industrial average closed with its biggest point drop
ever, 684 points, to 8,920. (9/17/01)
Ray Suarez reports from New York, where religious
and memorial services try to help some make sense of last week's
tragic events. (9/16/01)
will the markets react once Wall Street gets back to business Monday?
New York Stock Exchange Chairman Dick Grasso discusses preparations
for Monday's re-opening of Wall Street and then two experts on the broader
issues now facing the U.S. economy. (9/16/01)
Ray Suarez reports on one
hospital's efforts to treat hundreds on the front line of Tuesday's
attacks in New York. (9/15/01)
York Airports reopen
New York airports reopened Friday morning. Reports of arrests Thursday
night turned out to be untrue. (9/14/01)
Bush Visits New York
and Gigot offer an assessment of George Bush's leadership. (9/14/01)
Bush meets with firefighters and rescue workers at the devastated remnants
of the World Trade Center. (9/14/01)
Rain hampered rescue efforts at the World Trade Center today. (9/14/01)
Approves $40 Billion Relief and Reaction Package
today approved a $40 billion emergency package to aid attack victims
and to seek out those behind the strikes on New York and Washington.
Services in Washington, New York and around the world remember the hundreds
confirmed dead and thousands still missing after Tuesday's attacks.
President Bush addresses a memorial service at the National Cathedral.
Ray Suarez reports from New York, where worried family members continue
the daunting task of finding
lost loved ones. (9/13/01)
Plans New York Visit
Bush says he will visit New York to survey the scene of devastation
at the site of the collapsed World Trade Center. (9/13/01)
President Bush talks with New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani and New
York Governor George Pataki on the situation there. (9/13/01)
Then, the president responded to reporters' questions on the U.S. response
to the terrorist attacks. (9/13/01)
York: 24 Hours after the Attacks
Ray Suarez and Spencer Michels report from New York City on the
aftermath gripping the city's residents. (9/12/01)
For Survivors Continues in New York
Mayor Rudolph Giuliani says a death toll in the thousands is expected
in the World Trade Center collapse. (9/12/01)
Kwame Holman reports on the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington.
on New York
crashed into the Twin Towers at the World Trade Center this morning,
destroying both buildings and possibly killing thousands. (9/11/01)
Two experts discuss how structural issues affected the destruction of
the World Trade Center towers. (9/11/01)
NewsHour historians and columnists Tom Oliphant and Bill Kristol review
the events of a day that saw the shattering of American landmarks. (9/11/01)
respond to the alleged terrorist attacks in New York and Washington,