A solitary American flag hangs against the backdrop of debris that was once the World Trade Center. The remaining four floors of the south tower collapsed late this afternoon. (Graham Morrison, Associated Press)
The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette's special 16-page afternoon edition published yesterday covering the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington D.C. is available for viewing online.
'Day of terror':
The day after the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history, the grim task of rescue work continues, and the
investigations begin into the series of coordinated air attacks in New York City and
Washington, D.C., and another large jetliner crash near Somerset. Check Associated Press
coverage for additional updates and related stories.
Top stories on the attack:
Rain of death, destruction:
Pristine Manhattan morning turns into fiery nightmare
Capital numb after strike
$30 billion question: How did intelligence fail
4 flights of horror: Travel transformed into
instrument of destruction
Probe focuses on bin Laden
Day of Terror: Outside tiny
Shanksville, a fourth deadly stroke
The crash in Somerset: 'It dropped out of
Horrific news empties a stunned Pittsburgh
Pilots say options are limited during hijackings
Stunned businesses let workers go home
-- other business news
Pittsburgh blood donors rush to help victims
Tuned In: This was reality TV as its most horrific
Sports world shuts down
PG editorial: The morning after
Jack Kelly: Enough brave words
Perspectives focus on "America under attack"
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New source of
assessment data -- Pittsburgh City Council approves a bill
placing Allegheny County assessment
information on the city's Web site. The PG's Timothy McNulty explains why.
kids -- An effort called the Links Collaborative is seeking to place
computer learning centers in homeless shelters and homes for abused women and children.
The PG's Carmen Lee has details.
Penguins' hopes -- Penguins General Manager Craig Patrick is
reluctant to say precisely what he expects from Kris Beech, the 20-year-old center who was
part of the trade for Jaromir Jagr. The PG's Dave Molinari looks into the situation.
'Lear' -- Shakespeare's
masterwork, 'King Lear,' speaks to the horrors of our time, according to the PG's
Your Problems -- The PG's Lawrence Walsh helps a property owner with an
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