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Pataki Announces 9/11 Memorial Events

Governor Pataki announced more plans to commemorate September 11th. The Governor has also begun airing a new campaign ad in which he thanks New Yorkers for their efforts in the nearly a year since the tragic events. Karen Dewitt reports.  Go to full article

Terrorism Suspect Arrested In Montreal

An Algerian man will appear in court tomorrow in Montreal, after his arrest Friday on charges that he aided an Islamic terror cell. The man is accused of conspiring to blow up the U.S. embassy in Paris. Brian Mann has details:  Go to full article

A Filmmaker's Take On September 11th: Letting People Speak for Themselves

The third annual Lake Placid Film Forum closed Sunday evening. The festival's top award went to a Canadian film called Fast Runner, an epic about an Inuit family in the arctic. The top documentary prize went to Photos to Send, a look at the work of photographer Dorothea Lange. Winning the Festival's special Honorable Mention category was a movie that's not quite a movie. September 11: Response is described by its creators as a visual archive of what New Yorkers experienced on that day. Brian Mann's story about the work includes strong and graphic language.  Go to full article

People: Bishop Arthur Walmsley—a Christian Response to Violence

Brian Mann talks with a leading policymaker in the Episcopal church about the Christian response to September 11 and violence in the Middle East.  Go to full article
Chris Shaw chats with students at Potsdam's Lawrence Elementary School
Chris Shaw chats with students at Potsdam's Lawrence Elementary School

Musical Tribute to September 11 Victims

Potsdam 4th graders team up with Adirondack troubadour Chris Shaw for a musical tribute to the victims of September 11th. Todd Moe reports.  Go to full article

Pataki Supports Bush Budget Despite NY Aid Uncertainty

Governor Pataki is refusing to criticize President Bush's budget proposal even though many members of New York's congressional delegation charge that the President is reneging on his post-September 11 promise to provide New York with $20 billion in aid.  Go to full article

Commentary: Making Change

As the new year progresses, we look back on the last as one that changed everything. But, according to commentator Elle Garrell Berger, life for most of us is pretty much back to normal. Although there are some changes we might still want to make.  Go to full article

Commentary: Poverty Feeds Terrorism

In the days since September 11, observers and government officials have found two primary reasons for the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon--misguided religious zealotry and hatred of freedom. Commentator Paul Willcott, who has lived in Baghdad, Teheran and Amman wants another matter to be included in the list of causes.  Go to full article

Upstate Residents Among Those on FBI Questioning List

Several Middle Eastern men from upstate New York on a list of people wanted for questioning for possible leads on terrorists, will be interviewed by the FBI. Jody Tosti reports.  Go to full article

NY Greens Speak Out Against US Anti-Terrorism Policies

Since September 11, criticism of US government policy has been muted, as many Americans and New Yorkers want to support their elected leaders in a time of crisis. One group that is still speaking out and questioning US policies regarding terrorism in New York State's Green Party. Karen DeWitt reports.  Go to full article

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