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This Week's Edition
Voices in Mourning
The families of those who died are still grieving, each in their own way.
Wanted 'Dead or Alive'
George W. Bush’s famous directive about finding Osama bin Laden after 9/11 applied to many others as well.
How We Enabled Al Qaeda
The U.S. made tactical, strategic, even geographical mistakes. Now is the moment to right the wrongs.
The story behind the 9/11 documentary 'Finding Nicholas'
Did Osama Win?
Bin Laden hoped to provoke a civilizational war between Islam and the West. And we took the bait.
Ten years later, lower Manhattan has come roaring back.
The Right-Hand Man
New York’s police commissioner rose high—and fell hard—in the wake of the tragedy.
The Day We Got Bin Laden
In their own words, the team in the Situation Room tells the story of America's ultimate act of vengeance.
Imaging a World Without 9/11
Imagining what the world would look like today if the attacks had never happened.
When my mom died in Tower 2, they made a documentary about us. Here's what happened next.
Clashes over how to commemorate 9/11 are a sign of our strength.
9/11 First Responders
The families of the heroes who responded on 9/11 share their stories of grief and hope.
Time to Brace for the Next 9/11
The biggest threat to America isn’t terrorism. It’s the wrath of Mother Nature.
The Intelligence Spam Machine
One Homeland Security office was meant to keep law-enforcement agencies in the loop.
America's Mayor Wants a Job
Rudy Giuliani defined cool under fire that day. It's been a very tough act to follow.
The Terrible Missed Chance
Exclusive interviews show how FBI headquarters dropped the ball on the last chance to stop 9/11.
California on the Brink
The Golden State has become a wasteland of unemployment and budget deficits.
How the DSK Case Unraveled
The prosecutors saw the maid’s story falling apart. But does that mean Strauss-Kahn was innocent?
Extreme weather is getting worse. It’s politics as usual with Obama refusing to confront climate change.
Freeing the West Memphis Three
They were wrongly convicted of grisly child murders and locked up for nearly 20 years.
Hilarious Irene Survival Kits
From Oreos to booze, see Twitter photos of the funniest hurricane emergency kits. Plus, submit your own!
The Black War Over Obama
Could Cornel West’s fierce attacks on the president spell trouble in 2012?
DSK Gets Ready to Fight Back
Scouring alleged victim’s past, defense investigators plot focus on her financial motive.
In Cold Blood II
Thirty years after two drifters killed his parents, raped his sister, and left him for dead, a filmmaker buries his demons.
Stop the Panic. It’s Not 2008.
The economy isn’t as bad as you think. But higher taxes are our best hope.
Oval Office Appeaser
Obama thinks of himself as a successor to FDR. But this former supporter sees a different resemblance.
Untold Story of the Bay of Pigs
Newly declassified CIA documents reveal how close America came to war during the failed invasion of Cuba.
Hollywood Hacker Breaks Silence
In this week's Newsweek, disgraced detective Anthony Pellicano speaks out for the first time since going to prison.
Bachmann: Tea Party Queen
Why Michele Bachmann is riding high going into Iowa.
The Casual-Friday Campaign
Why the 2012 presidential race is banishing suit-and-tie politics.