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Aug 14, 2014

Sept. 11 suspect pushes for details of FBI inquiry

The lead attorney for the self-proclaimed mastermind of the Sept. 11 terror attacks said Thursday he might withdraw from the case unless the judge orders the government to divulge details about FBI investigations of defense team members.

Sep 18, 2012

Court annex blocks light to Sept. 11 plaque in Md.

ROCKVILLE — Montgomery County officials say a courthouse annex being built in Rockville has created a problem for a Sept. 11 memorial across the street. The Washington Post reports that the memorial was designed so that a beam of rising sunlight would illuminate the dates and names of the 11 victims from the county on […]

Sep 15, 2011

Heroes and bad guys

On Sept. 11, 2001, I was a law clerk for Judge M. Brooke Murdock in Baltimore City Circuit Court, assisting her with her violation of probation docket in the Mitchell Courthouse. I had recently graduated from the University of Maryland School of Law and taken the bar exam a little over a month earlier. In […]

Sep 14, 2011

Many 9/11 disaster loans in Maryland not being repaid

In the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, an Upper Marlboro janitorial company received $50,000 in a loan from the U.S. Small Business Administration to make up for economic losses. A florist in Owings Mills also received $50,000 as an SBA disaster loan. And a new car dealer in Gaithersburg received $223,300. After the […]

Sep 13, 2011

Photo of the Day – Remembering 9/11 in Baltimore

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Sep 7, 2011

Report: 10 years later, Homeland Security Dept. still has work to do

WASHINGTON — Nearly 10 years after the September 2001 terrorist attacks there is still no system to know who is leaving the United States or exactly what is inside much of the luggage checked at airports. A Government Accountability Report on Wednesday concluded that the Homeland Security Department has completed about half the recommendations made […]

Sep 6, 2011

Maryland officials get FBI briefing before 9/11 anniversary

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley’s administration received a briefing Tuesday from the FBI as the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks approaches, and the governor said Maryland has been working for a decade to improve security. Richard McFeely, the special agent in charge of the FBI’s Baltimore division, spoke to the governor and cabinet […]

Aug 25, 2011

Photo of the Day – Baltimore’s 9/11 memorial takes shape

Check out a slideshow of our past Photos of the Day from The Daily Record’s staff photographers. We also have a SmugMug page, where you can purchase photos taken by The Daily Record staff

Aug 16, 2011

September 11 changed everything – about air travel

Five-year-old Frank Allocco is 37,000 feet above America, face pressed against the window. “Cool,” he says to his 6-year-old sister. “Francesca, look.” It’s their first flight. They ignore a Harry Potter DVD and video games. Instead, there are rivers, mountains and tiny cars below. Francesca chimes in: “Wow, Frank, look at that cloud.” For Frank […]

Aug 10, 2011

Visitor’s guide to 9/11 sites and Lower Manhattan

NEW YORK — Out of the ashes of 9/11 has risen a vibrant neighborhood packed with new restaurants and hotels, places to live and spots to shop, along with many ways to pay respects to an area some worried would never come back. A decade after the attack on the World Trade Center, Lower Manhattan […]

Aug 9, 2011

Retired naval officer on trial for theft from 9-11 fund

WASHINGTON — A retired high-ranking naval officer honored for his valor during the Sept. 11 attacks on the Pentagon is being tried for a third time on allegations he exaggerated his injuries to get money from the victims compensation fund. Retired Cmdr. Charles Coughlin got $331,034 from the fund set up by Congress in the […]

Aug 8, 2011

Hiking, in mourning, at sea, they missed September 11

Brian Robinson was hiking the backcountry of the Colorado Rockies. Fred Goldsmith was at a dear friend’s funeral in North Carolina. Amy Evans was joyously beginning her Semester at Sea on the Pacific, miles from her first port in Japan. They didn’t know for hours, or a full day, that terrorists had destroyed the World […]

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