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MoCo Emergency Officials Tout Improvements

Emergency officials in Montgomery County, Md. are touting the enhancements they have made since the 9/11 attacks ten years ago.

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On 9/11, A Look At Civil Liberties

Rep. Gerry Connolly

Security in the U.S. has rapidly evolved since the 9/11 terrorist attacks in 2001, but some lawmakers in the region say in the aftermath of those attacks, Congress went in some wrong directions.

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Redskins Honor 9/11 Victims, Responders

Before their season opener Sunday, the Washington Redskins honored family members of those killed at the Pentagon during the 9/11 attacks, as well as the first responders who arrived at the scene.

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Heightened Security Present D.C.

Increased security continues, as millions across the country are commemorating the tenth anniversary of 9/11.

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Remembering And Living After 9/11

On this day of remembrance -- security is foremost on the minds of many.

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American Muslims Use Compassion To Combat Threats

Muslims scholars and religious leaders are telling the Muslim community to combat persecution with mercy and compassion.

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MoCo Residents Remember 9/11 Victims

Montgomery County residents pay tribute to family, friends and members of the community who died on 9/11.

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Metro Steps Up Security For Possible 9/11 Threat

Metro officials are increasing security at stations and on trains, after a credible threat related to 9/11 was reported Thursday night. 

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9/11 Counselors On Helping Survivors Heal

With support from The Community Foundation of the National Capital Region, a team of social workers spent seven years working with survivors of the 9/11 attack on the Pentagon. A decade after the attacks, the counselors say the anniversary could elicit powerful emotions for survivors.

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Concrete Barriers Linger At Alexandria Courthouse

Federal buildings across the D.C. area saw enhanced security measures after 9/11, but barriers around the federal courthouse in Alexandria, Va. remain frustratingly temporary.