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Rumsfeld Calls Paul Krugman's Sept. 11 Column 'Repugnant'

Krugman wrote that "the memory of 9/11 has been irrevocably poisoned" by President George W. Bush and others. Rumsfeld, Bush's Defense secretary, is angry.
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No Must-Sees In Fall Crop Of Network TV

High-profile changes in returning shows --Two and a Half Men and CSI: Crime Scene Investigation — offer the most excitement in broadcast TV this fall. Critic David Bianculli says the new shows mostly disappoint, though you may be intrigued by Sarah Michelle Gellar in CW's Ringer.
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The Return Of Toxie

Last year, Planet Money bought a toxic asset — a bundle of bad mortgages that quickly went bad. We declared our toxic asset dead last fall. But a recent lawsuit could bring it back to life.
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Thoughts On Sept. 11 From 'September 1, 1939'

On Sept. 11, 2001, a nation wailed, police officers cried, heroes prevailed and a poem from the dawn of World War II rang true: "Defenseless under the night Our world in stupor lies; Yet, dotted everywhere, Ironic points of light."
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In The Thick Of It: Sept. 11 From The Middle East

On Sept. 11, the American diaspora all over the world watched the horrific day unfold. NPR foreign correspondent Michael Sullivan experienced it from a hotel room in Islamabad — a city at the center of a conflict that was both perilously near and achingly far.
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Richard Engel: Covering War For A Decade

NBC News chief foreign correspondent Richard Engel details what it's like to report from some of the more dangerous war zones on the planet. He also discusses his recent dispatches from Egypt and Libya, where he was subject to tear gas attacks and artillery fire.
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Slain Priest: 'Bury His Heart, But Not His Love'

The death of Father Mychal Judge, a chaplain to the Fire Department of New York, took on iconic status after a photographer captured an image of rescuers carrying the priest from the World Trade Center. Two men share their thoughts about that day: a cop who helped carry Judge and the priest's best friend.

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