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September 4th month in a row to break or tie global heat records

Last month was officially the hottest September on record, just slightly hotter (.04 degrees Fahrenheit) than the previous record-holder, September 2016, according to data released Friday by the Copernicus Climate Change Service.

Planet on a heat bender — September the hottest month ever

While August tied with July this year in being the hottest month on record, September now claims the title of the warmest September in 136 years of record keeping, painting a frightening picture of global warming and climate change.

FBI data shows record number of September gun sales

FBI’s National Instant Background Check System shows gun sales hit a record high for the fifth month in a row with 1,795,102 prospective gun owners processed in September.

Pope to visit Cuba in September, says Vatican

- Pope Francis, who played a key role in the diplomatic thaw between Washington and Havana, will visit Cuba in September after a scheduled visit to the US, the Vatican confirmed on Wednesday.

Digital Journal releases September 2012 'Power User' list

Digital Journal published a Top 20 list in recognition of top performers from the company's gamification project that tracks and reports activity of contributors across the Digital Journal network. Here are the top Power Users from September.

Bonnie and Clyde's guns are set for auction

Outlaw buffs rejoice as a piece one of history’s greatest fugitive couples will be auctioned off. Two guns belonging to the duo will be on the market as of this September.

Leftist talk radio host claims Dick Cheney responsible for 9/11

Mike Malloy, an extreme-left radio talk show host, went on a rant after reading quotes from Dick Cheney's daughter that are featured in Bob Woodward's new book, Obama's Wars.

Americans urged to 'examine the evidence' in 9/11 Truth billboard

San Luis Obispo - Several organizers of the 9/11 Truth movement in the United States have created and paid for a public commercial billboard in San Luis Obispo, California that urges Americans to "examine the evidence” of the terrorist attacks.

Op-Ed: NYC mosque should be seen as reconciliation not provocation

New York - A New York City panel cleared the way Tuesday for an Islamic Center and mosque to be built several blocks from Ground Zero and the tragedy of September 11, 2001.

9/11 stress pinpointed as cause of spate of miscarriages in US

A new report published this week in the medical journal BMC Public Health found that stress related to the 9/11 tragedy caused a 12% increase in miscarriages in the US in September 2001.

Obama administration wants 9/11 suspects tried in Manhattan court

President Barack Obama is taking a direct role in the decision where to try Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the self-proclaimed mastermind of the 9/11 attacks.

Michael Bloomberg: Move terrorists trial from Manhattan

Citing a potential cost of $1 billion Michael Bloomberg, Mayor of New York City, has suggested that the U.S. government abandons its idea of a trial in Lower Manhattan for five men suspected of involvement in the 9/11 attacks.

Former Intelligence Officer: Cheney responsible for 9/11

David Steele, former 20-year United States Marine Corps and intelligence officer, has gone public before by stating that 9/11 was allowed to happen as a pretext for war. Now he has gone one step further.

ABBA members back on stage in September

Benny Andersson and Bjorn Ulvaeus, the songwriters behind some of the biggest hits of ABBA are to take to the stage in London later this year. The concerts are set for September.

Conspiracy Beliefs About 9/11 Fueled by Internet, Power, Cynicism

A recent article in U.S. News & World Report focuses on psychological profiles of individuals who believe in conspiracies. A research study revealed those who back a conspiracy theory regarding 9/11 are apt to believe in other conspiracies also.

Sept. 11 Detainee Would Be Proud To Attack U.S.

A detainee in Guantanamo Bay said he would have been proud to participate in an attack on the United States. The man is accused of running a training camp for September 11th hijackers.

Death Penalty Sought For Six Charged With 9/11 Terror Attacks

Six people have been charged by the Pentagon for involvement of the terror attacks that had taken place on September 11, 2001. Those that have been charged could possibly face the death penalty as it has been sought out against them.

U.S. to seek out execution for six suspects in September 11 case

Military prosecutors are seeking out the death penalty for at least six Guantanamo bay detainees who are to be charged with central roles in the September 11th terror attacks.

Criminal Investigtion Into Destruction of CIA Tapes Begin

According to US Attorney General Michael Mukasey, the United States Department of Justice has started a full criminal inquiry on Wednesday into the destruction of the CIA interrogation tapes.

FBI May Get Sued By Egyptian Student Over 9/11 Interrogation

A lawsuit by Egyptian student Abdallah Higazy wrongly accused by the FBI of aiding the hijackers for September 11 has been reinstated by the United States appeals court on Friday, October 19.

Medical Examination Concludes that 9/11 Officer Did Not Die From Exposure

2006, retired NYPD officer James Zadroga who was one of many that worked hundreds of hours at ground zero after 9/11 died of respiratory failure. An autopsy said it was because of the exposure. However a recent medical examination says otherwise.

ACC orders command-wide stand-down on Sept. 14

On Sept. 14, flight lines will be quiet at Air Combat Command bases. The entire command (about 100,000 active-duty airmen) is standing down training flights and many other operations as part of a command-wide safety day.

September 8: World Rabies Day

World Rabies Day is new as of this year. The event is being recognized internationally, and it's goal is to educate people that although rabies is deadly, it is preventable. Last year, 55,000 people died from rabies worldwide.

Today Is Sickest Day Of Year, So Everyone Should Stay In Bed

If you are feeling a bit under the weather today, there is a reason for that. Experts have named today, September 6, as the day for the most people to succumb to colds, the flu and other bugs.

President Bush names September National Preparedness Month

President Bush recently declared September National Preparedness Month. Aside from encouraging Americans to be alert to threats and to be more prepared for emergencies, this month is also designated as a time to give tribute to first responders.

Lower than Low: Thief Steals September 11 Memorial

Police are asking the public to report any leads regarding the theft, and tips can be phoned in to Falmouth Police Department at (508) 457-2526.

France Knew of 9/11 al-Qaida Hijack Plot and Warned the U.S.

Intelligence reports ahead of 9/11 were handed over to CIA, paper says.

Halo 3 in September?

MS Corporate VP Shane Kim has hinted at a September release date for Halo 3, telling 1UP that Bungie would like to get its shooter out the door before Rockstar's massive fourth GTA arrives in October.

International tourism to pass pre-9/11 levels

U.S. collected a record $107.4 billion in travel receipts in 2006

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Sreptember 2019 has the dubious honor of being the hottest month on record.
Sreptember 2019 has the dubious honor of being the hottest month on record.
NASA Climate Change
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View of Sugar Mountain Ski Resort over the Sugar Mountain Golf Club.
View of Sugar Mountain Ski Resort over the Sugar Mountain Golf Club.
Copernicus Climate Bulletin
Wildfire potential for September 2015.
Wildfire potential for September 2015.
National Interagency Fire Center

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