Tina Susman

Los Angeles Times

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National correspondent, and former Baghdad Bureau Chief, for the Los Angeles Times

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For the first time, an accused terrorist charged with involvement in the attacks of September 11 has been convicted in US civilian court.

Bin Laden's Son-in-Law Convicted of Conspiring to Kill Americans

For the first time, an accused terrorist charged with involvement in the attacks of September 11 has been convicted in US civilian court.

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Just before midnight at New York's Kennedy Airport, the FBI  arrested a suspect  in Saturday's failed bombing attempt in Times Square.

Suspect Arrested in Attempted Times Square Bombing

Just before midnight at New York's Kennedy Airport, the FBI arrested a suspect in Saturday's failed bombing attempt in Times Square.

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In New York today, a man suspected of plotting to set off a bomb near the anniversary of 9/11 has pleaded not guilty to a  conspiracy indictment .

Terrorism Suspect Pleads Not Guilty

In New York today, a man suspected of plotting to set off a bomb near the anniversary of 9/11 has pleaded not guilty to a conspiracy indictment .

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