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.

from To the Point

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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