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McCain uses 9/11 interview to complain about troop withdrawals

As Americans were remembering the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) Sunday was criticizing President Barack Obama for withdrawing troops from Iraq and Afghanistan, but at the same time, he acknowledged that public opinion would not stand for an escalation of military force. “Whether we should have…

WATCH LIVE: Tenth anniversary observance of the 9/11 attacks

Watch NBC’s “America Remembers” 9/11 special below: Visit msnbc.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economy…

No U.S. plane forced down by North Korean jamming: source

WASHINGTON (Reuters) – A U.S. defense official denied on Saturday that a military reconnaissance plane was forced to make an emergency landing in March because of North Korean GPS jamming, as reported by a South Korean newspaper. “We have no indication that any aircraft at the time of, or in…

Two soldiers detained over missing Ft. Bragg ammunition

WILMINGTON, N.C (Reuters) – Two male soldiers have been taken into custody at Fort Bragg, North Carolina in connection with the disappearance of roughly 14,000 rounds of ammunition reported missing at the Army base on Wednesday morning, officials said on Saturday. Military police would not release the names or ranks…

Flight 93 families ‘touched’ by huge turnout at memorial

For the Flight 93 families, the most touching aspect of Saturday’s dedication of a national memorial to their loved ones wasn’t the speechmaking or musical tributes. It was the crowd. Perhaps a thousand ordinary Americans — no one was keeping official count — turned out to join them on the…

Flight 93 ‘heroes’ honored with 9/11 memorial

America paid tribute to the “forgotten heroes” of 9/11 on Saturday with the solemn dedication of a national memorial to the 40 passengers and crew of United Airlines Flight 93. Polished granite slabs bearing the names of those who struggled with Al-Qaeda terrorists on the fourth airliner hijacked on September…

Swiss banks ‘allegedly’ providing information to US

Swiss banks have “allegedly” begun providing information to Washington on accounts held by US citizens, Swiss media reported Saturday. Local daily Neue Zuercher Zeitung reported that US authorities had “allegedly” received information from Swiss banks on their American customers, without citing sources. It said that on Friday nine banks “allegedly…

US Bush hails 9/11 heroes, Obama urges vigilance

President Barack Obama vowed Saturday that the United States will not waver in its fight against terrorism, as his predecessor said Americans will “never forget” 9/11 and the heroes who helped defend the country. With the world marking a decade since the deadliest attack on US soil, and the tragedy…

Luntz: “9/11 allows us to celebrate Bush/Cheney for keeping us safe”

In the mind of pollster Frank Luntz, September 11th gives the nation a chance to praise George W. Bush and Dick Cheney. Appearing on Your World with Neil Cavuto on Friday afternoon, Luntz expressed his concern about America’s lack of optimism in the last decade. Then, the Fox analysis shared…

Luntz: “9/11 allows us to celebrate Bush/Cheney for keeping us safe”

In the mind of pollster Frank Luntz, September 11th gives the nation a chance to praise George W. Bush and Dick Cheney. Appearing on Your World with Neil Cavuto on Friday afternoon, Luntz expressed his concern about America’s lack of optimism in the last decade. Then, the Fox analysis shared…

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