CQR Report, "Remembering 9/11"

CQ Researcher is publishing a special 32-page report this week titled “Remembering 9/11,” and I invite you take a look at it. Associate Editor Ken Jost is the author. The report examines a wide range of issues related to the terrorist attacks a decade ago – whether the U.S. has done enough to prevent new attacks, whether liberty has been sacrificed for safety over the past decade, whether Al Qaeda remains a substantial threat, how 9/11 is being memorialized, and much more. The report includes two chronologies and four sidebars, including a profile of a survivor and an overview of memorials open or planned in New York, Washington and Pennsylvania, plus a graphic detailing casualties in the three attacks. Sidebars by Staff Writer Peter Katel and Assistant Editor Darrell Dela Rosa round out the package. Ken visited Ground Zero in August and took four of the photos used in the report. He put many extra hours into shaping, reporting and writing this report, and I congratulate him on his excellent work.

--Thomas J. Billitteri, Managing Editor