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[whitespace] Terrorist Strikes in New York and Washington, D.C.

Whacked! America receives a wake-up call, reports Metro editor Dan Pulcrano.

Flight Pattern: A nation looks for leadership, finds Team Bush swamped by crisis.

Coming Home to Roost: Bin Laden's CIA ties are only the beginning of a woeful story, writes MSNBC's Michael Moran.

Born in the CIA: The Taliban has roots in Langley, Virginia, writes Toledo Blade op-ed columnist Amjad Hussain for Afgha.com.

Woodrow Wilson International Center: A Washington, D.C.-based nonpartisan institute for the study of current issues and their historical backgrounds.

The Bloody Jordan River Now Flows Through America: There will be no peace for the U.S. until we convince Israel to make peace with the Palestinians, writes Salon executive editor Greg Kamiya.

Community Events & Fundraisers: In the aftermath of the Sept 11 terrorist attacks, special events are being organized in the Bay Area to show support and unity.

Before Our Eyes: Santa Cruz residents reflect in the aftermath of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.

How You Can Help: Events and charitable opportunities in and around Santa Cruz.

Brokenhearted Borough: Contemplation follows catastrophe in New York.

Connecting: In the wake of the terrorism, the Internet became a place to find loved ones and relate first-hand accounts.

A City Walks Out: Through the ashes, a survivor tells his story.

Shaken Down: A progressively weak U.S. policy on terrorism left us wide open for attacks.

Displaced Anger: Anti-globalization activists learn to deal with terrorism.

Divided We Fall: Northern California Bohemian editor Greg Cahill reflects upon the aftermath.

The Bastards!: Terrorists Bring War to Our Shores.

The View from Above: An eyewitness account.

Arab-Americans: Caught in the Middle.

Logan Airport: Security? What security?

The End of Decadence: Can the media--and the rest of us--adjust to a frightening new world?

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From the September 13-19, 2001 issue of Metro, Silicon Valley's Weekly Newspaper.

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