• Multimedia Archive: Terrorism Hits America

Major Developments
• Monday, September 24
• Sunday, September 23
• Saturday, September 22
• Friday, September 21
• Thursday, September 20
• Wednesday, September 19
• Tuesday, September 18
• Monday, September 17

• Monday, September 17
Sunday, Sept. 16
Saturday, Sept. 15
Friday, Sept. 14
Thursday, Sept. 13
• President Bush's Day of Terror Timeline

Background Info
• Contact Information Related to Attacks on U.S.
• World Trade Center Facts
• Boeing 767 Specifications
• Boeing 757 Specifications
• Terrorist Attack Victims
• World Trade Center Tenants
• History of Relations Between U.S. and Saudi Arabia

Story Archive

Sunday, Sept. 23, 2001
• Taliban Say They Can't Find Bin Laden 
• Taliban, Opposition Battles Reported
• Bush Lifts Sanctions on India, Pakistan
• Putin Consults Central Asia Leaders
• Exiled Afghan King to Meet U.N. Rep
• Bush OKs $15B Airline Aid Package

Saturday, Sept. 22, 2001
• Northwest Cuts 10,000 Jobs; Bush Signs $15 Billion Aid Package
• Coming Protests Are Principled to Some, 'Un-American' to Others 
• EU Searches for Suspicious Trading 
• Putin Talks to Bush for an Hour About Terrorism, Meets Security Chiefs

Friday, Sept. 21, 2001
• Bush Addresses Congress, Nation; Introduces Office of Homeland Security
• FAA Actively Steps Up Air Marshal Recruitment
• Congress Set to OK Aid for Airlines 
• Pakistani Protesters Threaten War 
• U.S. Forces Storm Toward Persian Gulf
• Celebrities Join Telethon Ranks 
• Hockey Fans Demand to Watch Bush; Game Stopped, Then Called Off
• Military Buildup at Home and Abroad Draws on Citizen Soldiers
• Northwest Cuts 10,000 Jobs; Congress Passes Aid Package
• Cries of Holy War Heard in Mideast Mosques
• News Shows Debate Displaying the Flag
• Taliban Move Jailed Aid Workers
• Coming Protests Are Principled to Some, 'Un-American' to Others
• Terror Manual Is an A-B-C Primer for Attackers

Thursday, Sept. 20, 2001
• For Some, New York City Will Never Be the Same

• Gingrich: In War, Reasonable Intelligence is Good Enough'
• America United: A New Type of War
• Allies Build Up Forces in Persian Gulf

• Jim Carry Donates $1 Million to Victims
• Holbrooke: We Don't Need U.N. Authority
• Disney Postpones N.Y. Terrorist Comedy

• Bin Laden Goes 'No-Tech' to Thwart U.S. Intelligence Agents
• U.S., Britain Devise Secret Plans for 10-Year War

Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2001

• Identifying Victims Could Take Up to a Year
• A Ghostly Look Beneath the World Trade Center

• Bin Laden's Money Trail Reaches Around the Globe
• FBI, Police Seek Evidence in Debris

• Diana Ross, Sister Sledge Ready for All-Star Song Tribute 

• Building a Coalition Among Muslim Nations No Easy Task
• Pentagon Deploys Combat Aircraft as Bush Rallies World Leaders
• International Probe on Suspected Bin Laden Financial Trades
• Russian Foreign Minister Pledges Cooperation
• U.S. Lines Up Nations for Anti-Terrorism Fight
• Pakistani Leader: U.S. Does Not Target Islam
• Megawati Tells Bush Indonesia Opposes the Terrorist Acts

Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2001
• Terror Investigation Continues

• Struggling Aviation Industry Meets With Transportation Secretary
• Publishers' Results Hurt by Attacks

• Opposition to Taliban May Unite Iran and U.S.
• International Probe on Suspected Bin Laden Stock Trades

Monday, Sept. 17, 2001

• New York Goes Back to Work

• Declines Anticipated as Markets Race to Reopen
• Flag-Waiving Officials Quickly Reverse Themselves Following Complaints
• U.S. Tries to Return to Normal But Will Never Be the Same
• Environmentalists Zip Criticism of Bush in Wake of Terrorist Attacks
• Michael Jackson to Record Benefit Song
• Americans Get Back to Work, Vowing to Crush Terrorists
• Fed Cuts Rate by 1/2 Point
• Wall Street Prepares to Reopen, 6 Days After Terror Attack
• Airline, Travel Stocks Take a Shellacking
• Humor Muted in Wake of Attacks
• The O'Reilly Factor: Talking Points: Turning to God
• Americans United as New Week Begins
• Neil Cavuto: Washington to the Rescue?

• U.S. Will Be Unable to Lead Global Recovery

Sunday, Sept. 16, 2001
• Polls Show Americans Rallying Behind Bush, War
• Fox News Sunday: New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani

• Pakistan to Taliban: Hand Over Bin Laden
• Terror Groups Met Twice to Plot New Holy War Against U.S., Israel
• An Elusive Warlord's Deadly 'Sleepers' 

Saturday, Sept. 15, 2001
• Memorial Candles to Light Up the Skies
• Family Center a Ground Zero of Hope and Emotion

• Hopes Hinge on Black Boxes Retrieved in Pa., D.C.

• New York City to Issue $2.5B in Notes 
• Twin Towers Truly a World Trade Center 

• Stock Markets to Reopen Monday Amid Hopes of New Fed Cut 
• Continental Lays Off 12,000, Cuts Schedule 
• Stock Markets Set to Reopen Monday After Successful Tests 
• Embattled Airlines to Hold Crisis Talks With White House 

Friday, Sept. 14, 2001
• A Sister's Search For a Missing Brother
• Grief at Cantor Fitzgerald, Relief at Morgan Stanley
• Memorial Candles to Light Up the Skies Friday Night

• Developer Urges WTC Be Rebuilt
• One Arrested, Others Detained at NY Airports

• Airlines Resume Business Amid Gloomy Forecasts
• Rally Around the Economy, as Well as the Flag
• Text of the Joint Resolution Authorizing the Use of Force
• Bush Leads Nation in Day of Remembrance

• Taliban Defiance Hits Dollar

Thursday, Sept. 13, 2001 Attacks Search Continues for NYC Survivors Eyewitness to Terror Bush Speaks With Giuliani, Pataki Insurers Fret Over Who Pays for Disaster

• Airlines Face Staggering Losses
• Economists: Attacks Render Friday's Data Moot
• Terrorist Attacks May Stun Shoppers
• Airline Flights, and Everyday Life, Still on Hold
• Bond Trading Resumes; Stocks Remain on Hold
• Americans Share a Voice Online
• War Talk Continues in Congress
• U.S. Treasuries Rise Amid Hopes of New Fed Cut
• CBS, NBC Delay Fall Season
• Spears Cancels Promotion

• Bin Laden Went On Move Immediately After Attacks
• Palestinian Officials Quash Pictures of Arab Celebrations
• Probe Points to Bin Laden
• UN Workers Leave Afghanistan

Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2001

• Suburbs Feel Terrorism Tremor
• Key Data Lost in Attack but Seen Regained
• Trade Center Tenants Try to Account for Workers

• Hollywood Lights Dim After Attack
• Budget Fight Wanes Over Social Security
• FBI Looks at Bin Laden's Strong Ties to Boston
• Financial System Operating Despite Attack
• Terrorist Attacks Paralyze United States
• FAA Allows Diverted Flights to Resume; All Other Planes Grounded
• Probe Points to Possible Usama bin Laden Backers in Boston, Fla.
• Recession a Real Possibility

• NATO: U.S. Can Demand Military Assistance From Allies
• IMF: Limited Economic Impact After Attack
• U.N. Workers Leave Afghanistan Following Terror Attack on U.S.
• Dollar Barely Traded in Tokyo After Blasts
• Tokyo Main Stock Index Falls 6.6 Percent; Wall Street Still Closed

Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001
• Planes Crash Into World Trade Center, Pentagon
• Hijacked Planes Used to Attack New York, Washington
• WTC Attack to Cost Insurers Billions

• Recession a Real Possibility
• Specter of Recession Raised After Terror Assault
• Oil Price Surges After Terror Attacks
• All U.S. Financial Markets Closed
• Dismal Year for Airlines Seems Certain

• Arafat Horrified by Attacks, but Thousands of Palestinians Celebrate
• World Horrified by News From U.S.
• Europe Markets Plunge After Attacks