Sunday, September 11, 2005

Edited by Victor Cuvo

Remains of the World Trade Center after the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001. (File)

Pete Hamill: Four years gone, and the void remains. Four years gone, and the fence still surrounds our ruined 16 acres, while nothing rises to the skies. Four years gone. Longer than it took the United States to fight World War II.
: Four Years Later

Henry Rhodes sits in a New Orleans police boat after being rescued in the 7th Ward of the city. (Associated Press)

Hurricane watch

Ophelia spins off Carolinas
After bouncing between tropical storm and hurricane strengths, the weather system now appears headed for land.
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Knight Ridder Tribune
The Astrodome looked like a small city when it became home to thousands displaced after Hurricane Katrina.
Teamwork, coordination turned aging Astrodome into small city
In those horrible hours after Hurricane Katrina thrashed the Gulf Coast, obliterating New Orleans and uprooting uncountable residents from their homes, Texas Gov. Rick Perry made an impossible request: Could officials in Houston take the Reliant Astrodome out of semiretirement, dust away the mothballs and convert the aging stadium into a small city for 23,000 desperate evacuees?

Kim Wins
Kim Clijsters defeats Mary Pierce in straight sets at the U.S. Open to claim women's sin