This undated handout photo provided by Sarah Mercier/Newseum/FBI Tour, shows cellphones and pagers were found in the rubble of the collapsed World Trade Center towers in New York. Recovery workers reported that the phones rang for days after the crash as people searched for missing relatives and friends, which is among the 60 artifacts that is part of the Newseum's , “War on Terror: The FBI’s New Focus” exhibit which opens Friday. (AP Photo/Sarah Mercier/Newseum/FBI Tour) The Associated Press This undated handout photo provided by Sarah Mercier/Newseum/FBI Tour, showing engine parts from United Airlines Flight 175, which struck the South Tower., which is among the 60 artifacts that is part of the Newseum's , “War on Terror: The FBI’s New Focus” exhibit which opens Friday. (AP Photo/Sarah Mercier/Newseum/FBI Tour) The Associated Press This undated handout photo provided by Sarah Mercier/Newseum/FBI Tour, shows the hiking boots laced with explosives that Richard Reid attempted to ignite during a flight from Paris to Miami in December 2001, which is among the 60 artifacts that is part of the Newseum's , “War on Terror: The FBI’s New Focus” exhibit which opens Friday. (AP Photo/Sarah Mercier/Newseum/FBI Tour) The Associated PressWASHINGTON (AP) — Washington's Newseum on Friday will put on public view for the first time artifacts from the Sept. 11 attacks and the FBI's investigation of terrorism.The journalism museum is expanding its current FBI exhibit with a new section, "War on Terror: The FBI's New Focus." The Newseum will offer free admission on the weekend of Sept. 10-11 to mark the 9/11 anniversary.The exhibit will include clues about Osama bin Laden's activities that have been stored in the FBI's evidence lockers.Among the 60 new artifacts on view are engines and landing gear from passenger planes that crashed into New York's World Trade Center and hiking boots that would-be bomber Richard Reid rigged to explode aboard an airliner in December 2001.___Online: http://newseum.org/ ___Follow Brett Zongker at http://twitter.com/DCArtBeat



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