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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.

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WAMU News Team Remembers 9/11

The events of 9/11 forever changed the way the the WAMU news team viewed their jobs.

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Fairfax Search and Rescue Leader Remembers 9/11 Call

Ed Brinkley

Few people had a closer view of the tragedy of 9/11 than Fairfax Search and Rescue Leader, Ed Brinkley, who remembers that fateful day.

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9/11 Events At National Cathedral Moved

After yesterday's crane accident, the National Cathedral will have to move events scheduled to commemorate the anniversary of 9/11 this weekend to the Kennedy Center.

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FBI, DHS Issue Warnings For Small Planes, General Aviation

An alert has been issued by federal counter-terrorism officials urging pilots and workers to keep an eye out for suspicious activity at smaller private airports during this weekend’s observance of the 10th anniversary of 9/11. 

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Md. Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown On Military Service Post-9/11

Anthony G. Brown

As the highest ranking U.S. politician to serve in the Iraq War, Maryland lieutenant governor Anthony Brown offers his insight on service in a post-9/11 world.

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Pentagon 9/11 Survivors, In Their Own Words

A decade after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, Pentagon survivors share their scars and expressions of hope.

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