Reuters | U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit rejected a request for the images by a conservative nonprofit watchdog group.
washingtonexaminer.com | Congress is rethinking the broad authority it gave the president to wage a war on terror after the Sept. 11, 2001.
bloomberg.com | Airlines promised Congress and the U.S. public they wouldn’t raise “act of war” to avoid paying claims
reuters.com | Son-in-law of Osama bin Laden and former spokesman for al Qaeda, who has pleaded not guilty to charges of conspiring to kill Americans.
Al Jazeera | Activists protest outside White House calling for immediate closure of controversial jail.
AP | “…in light of how President Barack Obama has used the power to target suspected terrorists with lethal drone strikes.”
rollingstone.com | As the hunger strike at Guantanamo Bay enters its fourth month, pressure to close the prison mounts.
guardian.co.uk | Plea to US defense secretary Chuck Hagel to end the practice of force feeding at Guantanamo Bay.
telegraph.co.uk | The black flag of al-Qaeda flies high over Raqqa’s main square.
The Algemeiner | Former MI5 intelligence officer said attacks were orchestrated by the U.S. government “as a pretext for war and… to erode our freedom.”
SI Live | It might cost a family of four up to $100 to visit the museum.
NY Daily News | Husband contracted pancreatic cancer after 60 hours working on toxic pile. Doctors refute claims.
NY1.com | Families of victims as well as visitors oppose a mandatory fee at the future museum in Lower Manhattan.
reuters.com | Could restoke tensions between Congress and the White House over executive power.
news.yahoo.com | Five-foot long metal piece identified as part of the wing of a Boeing 767 jet.
washingtonsblog.com | 9/11 Commissioners admit that they never got to the bottom of 9/11.
washingtonsblog.com | Contrary to the official narrative, 9/11 was state-sponsored terror.
dailymail.co.uk | CIA is believed to be spearheading the effort to find Yahya Ibrahim.
Colleen Long | Medical examiner said no potential human remains had been found there.
UK Daily Mail | Had a rope wrapped around it and may could have been lowered into the 18-inch gap.
huffingtonpost.com | Claim resurfaced on the right immediately after the Boston bombings.
SI Live | Brings total number of fragments to 71 since sifting resumed on April 1.
Fox News | Mount Sinai Hospital’s WTC Health Program analyzed data from close to 21,000 participants from 2001 to 2008.
Jon Rappoport | From JFK, to 9/11 to the Boston Marathon bombings, independent video analysts have disputed what’s being sold.
Metro.us | Ramped up police state presence at less popular runs and marathons will become the new norm.
911 Blogger.com | Gave away DVDs and literature to the hundreds who turned out at the all day event.
AFP | Rare photos were feared to have been lost forever when the World Trade Center was destroyed on 9/11.
CBS New York | 9/11 victim family member: “They do not want these remains to be in a museum.”
L.A. Times | Visitors were previously allowed to reserve a pass for free.
telegraph.co.uk | Surveillance was only the latest instance of compromised confidentiality at Guantanamo Bay.
Pro Publica | Another potential instance of compromised confidentiality at the military commissions has emerged.
YouTube | World-renowned financial analyst talks to We Are Change about the many inconsistencies evident in the official 9/11 story.
abcnews.go.com | Trial on American soil timed almost to match up with the anniversary of the September 11 attacks.
almanar.com.lb | “2,998” reportedly represents the number of people who were killed in the attacks.
NewsMax | Two government agencies took 11 years to respond to a FOIA request, and ended up deferring to another agency.
The Chief Leader | Families want mishandling of DNA at the Medical Examiner’s office investigated first.
Press TV | NYC’s decision to sift through recent construction debris bears a resemblance to George W. Bush’s decision to get down on his hands and knees to look under his desk for the missing Iraqi WMD.
Personal Liberty Digest | Man refused to support the BBC and pay the license fee because he believed the BBC has covered up the events of that day.
New York Times | On Thursday, 12 fragments were recovered from “C-Grid,” an area around the World Financial Center.
Paul Joseph Watson | Building refuses to conform to post-9/11 understanding of physics.
Dr. Kevin Barrett | What in the world could have happened to the missing 1,116 victims?
vice.com | Islamists might expand beyond the north and take over all of Mali.
huffingtonpost.com | New York City medical examiner says it has started sifting construction debris.
The Hill | Asking details about what steps DHS is taking to guard against ”
Infowars.com | Open letter to TSA Administrator John Pistole from one of the 9/11 Crewmembers’ families.
dw.de | A court in Britain has thwarted the government’s efforts to deport Abu Qatada.
New York Law Journal | American Airlines and other defendants can claim the act of war defense to strict liability under a federal hazardous substance cleanup law.
Fox News | Known associate of hijackers never has to worry about deportation, likely because he is innocent.
nj.com | New memorial planned here could also include the ashes of two emergency responders.
foxnews.com | Texas mother outraged by school quiz that seemingly blames the United States for the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.