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9/11 Hero in Delaware Suffers While U.S. Senate Refuses to Vote

The great towers had just fallen after the attack on America. A police officer handed Vito Valenti a bottle of water so he could rinse […]

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The 9/11 First Responders Take Washington D.C.

I was invited to ride in the company of heroes. The invitation came after a television commentary I did last week reminding people of the […]

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Why Are We Arguing About the Ground Zero Mosque?

A frequent, and well-founded, criticism of American journalism is that too many reporters focus more on a good story than telling the truth. To be […]

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Imam Feisal Abdul Rauf Has a Chance to Build a Bridge

Over the past week I have spent a fair amount of time at the site of the controversial proposed mosque near Ground Zero in Lower […]

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Catching the Times Square Bomber Was Luck

During a television interview, New York Police Commissioner Ray Kelly was asked how a bomb-laden car could be driven into Times Square, and how to […]

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Lesson from Times Square: See Something, Say Something

He may have just saved hundreds of lives, and all he said when approached by reporters was “See something. Say Something.” An SUV parked in […]