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Sept. 11: One year after

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A look at how the world has changed since September 11   Day 8: Two cities
Lisa Topaltzas
Lisa Topaltzas at the grave of her aunt, who worked and died in the World Trade Center's North Tower. (Globe Staff Photo / Domonic Chavez)
A year later, New Yorkers still feel tragedy's void
For nearly three decades, New Yorkers looked to the 110-story beacons at the foot of Manhattan to guide them home. A year after the towers crumbled, people who live and work in the nation's largest city are still searching to find their way.
Federal help seen lagging in New York

Washington answers call to be prepared for disaster
Washington is a target. This sudden fact of life is so profound that the government was transformed into a war machine, and so personal that families have packed survival kits and plotted escape routes.

 FROM THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

WTC companies poised to return
Famous US flag has disappeared
FDNY morale said to be low
Giuliani rose to lead the city
Firefighters shun hero tag
Flow of money to NYC slow
Museums respond in many ways
1,600 vie to design DC memorial
Small businesses still recovering
Street shrines still dot NYC
Investors focused on economy
Wall Street now better prepared
Damaged atrium to reopen
 MESSAGE BOARD
Have you been to New York or Washington since the attacks? If so, what did you notice? What has changed? What things remain the same?
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 CHAT TRANSCRIPT
A changed New York: Globe reporter Tatsha Robertson chatted from New York about the mood of the city one year after the terrorist attack.


 SEPTEMBER 11, 2001
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A look back at the day
 VICTIMS
Globe Staff Photo / David L. Ryan
A list of those lost




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