Special Reports (Page 4)
Election 2016: The State of Pennsylvania
Graduate students from New York University’s Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute spent a recent weekend in the swing state Pennsylvania, […]
Selfies, tourists and memories of 9/11
Watch the crowd gathered at the 9/11 memorial site and you will see markers of people in service: t-shirts with the names of the fallen beneath the words, “Never Forget”, badges and pins indicating ranks, ladder numbers, and squads.
City’s Muslims struggle to escape the shadow of 9/11
With nearly one million Muslims, New York is reportedly among the states with the highest Muslim population.
On 9/11 mourners and tourists remember the victims
Mourners and families gather near ground zero to remember.
The 9/11 truth from the “Truthers”
Their main allegation is that the Twin Towers and Tower 7 collapsed from a controlled demolition, and the plane crashes were just a diversion.
The pain of 9/11 continues
Hundreds of thousands of people from 50 states and over 100 countries have visited the National September 11 Memorial & Museum since it opened five years ago.
The bells ring to remember on 9/11
On the first anniversary of 9/11, the Mayor of London and the Archbishop of Canterbury presented the Bell of Hope to St. Paul’s Chapel, which has been operating in Manhattan since colonial times.
For the young, 9/11 is only history
With the average age of a high school freshman being between 13- 15, no one in the ninth grade and below would have been born for the events of 9/11.
This was their last social studies class before the 15th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks that changed their city and the world.
Chinatown rebuilds after 9/11
Following the 9/11 attacks, Chinatown suffered an economic depression.