The Daily Transcript commemorates the 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with a look at how that day forever changed the way we live.

Sept. 11 - Ten Years Later videos

Interview with Bella Heule of World Trade Center San Diego

Aug. 31, 2011 -- Executive Editor George Chamberlin speaks with Bella Huele, president and CEO of World Trade Center San Diego, about the work the WTC performs and plans for the 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.

National News

  • Security at tourist icons depends on symbolism

    SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Bicyclists zoom across the Golden Gate Bridge, wander open walkways on either side and stop for hot coffee at a cafe at the base. A bridge officer cruises by on his patrol bike.

  • Dusty legacy of 9/11 still a medical mystery

    NEW YORK -- Like a lot of New Yorkers who spent time near the smoking ruins of the World Trade Center, Lorraine Ashman needs to take a deep breath before listing all the health problems that have afflicted her over the past decade.

  • Rice: 9/11 showed threats come from failed states

    COLUMBUS, Ga. (AP) -- Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said a key lesson of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks is that the greatest threats to the U.S. can come from “failed states” that cannot control their territory.

  • Holes remain in flight school scrutiny after 9/11

    ORMOND BEACH, Fla. -- Ten years after the 9/11 attacks, government screening has made it harder for foreign students to enroll in civilian flight schools like a handful of the hijackers had done, banking on America being inviting and a place to learn quickly.

  • AP Interview: Post-9/11 politics of Rudy Giuliani

    NEW YORK (AP) -- He was the living symbol of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks, a hero to a traumatized nation seeking leadership in a time of crisis. Walking miles through the streets of Manhattan, Mayor Rudy Giuliani urged New York and the world to be calm, said the city would survive. With empathy and restraint, he said the number of 9/11 dead would be “more than any of us can bear.”