National security officials offer general, unsubstantiated assurances that they’re keeping us safe without unduly invading our privacy. Does anyone actually believe that?
What explains the widespread belief in conspiracy theories? And can it help account for the Boston Marathon suspects’ turn to terrorism? Research in social and cognitive psychology offers some insight.
After acts of random or senseless violence, our natural instinct is to retreat. But what we really need is to come together.
The law that forms the foundation of the war on terror is almost obsolete, undermining the legal basis of U.S. counterterrorism operations.
The anniversary of Sept. 11, 2001 is always painful for victims’ families. But, says Carie Lemack, who lost her mother, it’s also a time to remember our common goals.
BOSTON — On Sunday, residents across the Boston area remembered the 206 Massachusetts 9/11 victims by attending memorial services, bicycling in road races, listening to original music inspired by that day and praying.
BOSTON — Boston artists from all genres will gather Sunday to share works inspired by the events of Sept 11. We preview a couple.
The current issue of Runner’s World magazine includes personal stories of runners who were affected by 9/11. Bill Littlefield speaks with the executive editor, as well as one of the runners featured in this month’s issue.
High school sophomores were only 5- or 6-years-old on 9/11. It’s part of the (recent) past for them.
BOSTON — For children who don’t remember 9/11 or weren’t yet born, there’s now a picture book for kids that details the tragic events. The author/illustrator discusses the process.