Phoenix coverage of the terrorist attacks

By PHOENIX STAFF  |  September 6, 2006

The illustration that ran with our Spetember 13, 2001 editorial
Coverage of the terrorist attacks on America: A frightening new world. Our full coverage of the event, including Dan Kennedy's piece on whether the media would adjust to a changed reality, plus reactions, reflections, and dispatches from Stephen Mindich, Seth Gitell, Kristen Lombardi, Camille Dodero, Chris Wright, and Mike Miliard. September 13, 2001.

Ripple effect: How life has changed since 9/11. The Phoenix staff responds one year later. September 5, 2002.

Survivor: Imagine how it might feel to have tried to change flights the morning of September 11 — to United Flight 175 — and failed . Chris Wright interviews Pat Steiner. September 5, 2002.

Poetic license: Is the 9/11 Commission Report the first American epic? By Daniel Aaron, Leslie Dunton-Downer, and Harvey Silverglate. September 9, 2005.


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