Trying to make sense of the events of the past week has been an enormous challenge, not only because of their complexity, but because of the massive amounts of misinformation that's been generated. Here are a few authoritative sources that are providing comprehensive background, analysis and news and links to trusted sources to help us cope with the information overload we're all experiencing.
Attack on America in Context
LexisNexis is making relevant content from its deep archive of news and legal, legislative and business information available for free to assist people in their jobs and lives with the ongoing after-effects of the tragic terrorist events of Sept. 11.
Covering the Attack
The Poynter Institute's faculty and staff are providing help to journalists involved in ongoing coverage; also links and images of newspapers publishing special editions covering the attack <http://www.poynter.org/Terrorism/PDF1.htm>.
Disaster Coverage from Internet.com
Coverage focused on the effects of the attack on the high-tech and Internet sector.
ResearchBuzz 911 Coverage
America Under Attack - Search Guide
NOTE: Article links often change. In case of a bad link, use the publication's search facility, which most have, and search for the headline.
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