The home page leads with news of the newly issued White House guidelines for observing the 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. And as the Northeast sorts itself out after Irene, the damage in the inland and northern areas from New Jersey through Vermont is pretty substantial. And don't miss the report from Tripoli, where some Qaddafi loyalists explain why they chose his side.
World: Of course catch the fascinating report from a Libyan hospital, where loyalist soldiers explained to David Kirkpatrick why they fought on Qaddafi's side during the recent uprising. Also check out the report on Beijing's demolition of officially illegal schools, which many there say is a way to push out immigrants from China's rural areas.
U.S.: More flood coverage dominates the section, including a clickworthy story on the hard-hit Catskill mountains in New York. And the report from Primm, Nev., which is styling itself as a Latino-oriented casino town, is also worth a read.
Business: Check out the interview with Wilma Liebman, the outgoing chairwoman of the National Labor Relations Board, who defends her oft-criticized agency as misunderstood. And the story on a new Russian airplane manufacturer, Sukhoi, gives good insight into an industry frequently obscured by lots of red tape.