Jones & Company Go the Vanity Publishing Route Again
The Raw Story runs with it:
A team of nine scientists have unearthed startling data from dust gathered in the days and weeks after the World Trade Center towers collapsed on 9/11. They discovered that scattered throughout the dust samples were red and gray chips of 'active thermitic material', or an un-reacted pyrotechnic explosive.
Here's the actual article itself; published again at the Bentham Open Journals, a vanity publishing outfit based in... wait for it... Pakistan.
Ongoing discussion of the article at JREF. I particularly recommend this post, which shows that the chemical signatures are not there.