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Wednesday, September 26, 2001
A free patriotic concert provides residents with an outlet for grief. Story
Governor Jeb Bush, from left, his wife Columba Bush, join Tampa Mayor Dick Greco, right, and his wife Linda during the singing of the national athem Tuesday night.
[Times photo: Stefanie Boyar]

Terrorism's trickle-down effect
Higher insurance costs? Less privacy? Floridians could be touched in ways they never dreamed possible. Story
Panel on security may meet secretly, speaker says
House Speaker Tom Feeney, R-Oviedo, said Tuesday it is possible that a newly formed select committee would meet in private as it researches ways of making Florida safe to residents and visitors. Story
Heroes, near and far, honored
Gestures of patriotic appreciation flow freely in the memorial service outside the old Pinellas County Courthouse.
Saudi doctor in Texas freed after inquiry
Federal authorities have released a Texas physician they had suspected of being a key player in the Sept. 11 terrorist conspiracy -- the first sign of a problem with the rounding up of hundreds of people in the investigation. Story
Ashcroft warns of new threats
Attorney General John Ashcroft warned Tuesday there was a "clear and present danger" of additional terrorist attacks that could include trucks carrying hazardous chemicals. About 20 people have been charged with trying to obtain fraudulent licenses to drive tankers, officials said. Story
Intelligence leaders: Don't give in to fear
Florida Rep. Porter Goss calls it the "terrorist playbook." Story
President's domestic agenda: delayed or derailed?
If Congress had already privatized Social Security, experts say, the financial losses caused by last week's steep drop in the stock market would have been far greater and more widespread. Story
Robert Trigaux: National urgency, national push for ID cards
Howard Troxler: If only all would take one day for atonement
Bill Maxwell: Protest of war reflects a healthy America

  • Afghan opposition hopes for U.S. deliverance
  • America responds: notebook
  • Saudi doctor in Texas freed after inquiry
  • Ashcroft warns of new threats
  • Pakistan warns U.S. against alliance with Afghan rebels
  • Bombing raids on Kabul seem likely
  • Bush's coalition falls into line
  • Intelligence leaders: Don't give in to fear
  • President's domestic agenda: delayed or derailed?
  • Lawmakers question controversial legislation
  • Pilots: Lets us fly with guns

  • Freedom's fanfare
  • County allows firefighter's boot fundraiser on roads
  • Heroes, near and far, honored

  • Airline catches flak for policy
  • Challenge: getting fliers to fly
  • Consumer confidence in full retreat

  • Ohio voucher case might affect state
  • Terrorism's trickle-down effect

  • A little joy returns to N.Y.

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    Afghanistan in depth
    Pilots: Let us fly with guns
    President Bush, who plans to announce his airline safety proposals Thursday, is not inclined to let pilots carry weapons. Story
    Afghan opposition hopes for U.S. deliverance
    "We just want the Americans to destroy the terrorists," say the anti-Taliban fighters of the Northern Alliance. Story
    Bush's coalition falls into line
    Allies, former enemies and possibly even adversaries are pledging support for the U.S. campaign against terrorism. Story
    Bombing raids on Kabul seem likely
    With United States air, land and sea forces positioning themselves within striking distance of Afghanistan, the broad outlines of a military campaign to destabilize the country's ruling Taliban and root out terrorist leader Osama bin Laden are beginning to take shape. Story
    Updates from the wire:
  • Bush Challenges Allies to Defend Turkey
  • Iraq Approves U-2 Surveillance Flights
  • NASA IDs Debris As Part of Left Wing
  • Ill. Islamic Charity Leader Pleads Guilty
  • Energy Costs Soar With Cold, Iraq Threat
  • Dow Closes Up 56, Nasdaq Gains 14
  • Penguins Trade Kovalev Back to Rangers

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