9/11 (Page 3)
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.
14 Years Later: Working at the intersection of tragedy and trade
Though the hundreds of individuals that walk into One World Trade Center everyday can likely recall precisely where they were when the towers were hit, for many the tragedy is something to remember, not relive.
14 Years Later: Remembering and Celebrating
“God Bless America,” the message Wanda Thompson, a New York resident, left on a mural on Church Street on Sept. […]
From loss to service
Joe Quinn, lost his brother in 9/11 and severed multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan, but now he serves by leading Team Red, White and Blue, which supports returning vets.
NYC Marathon: 9/11 Memories at the Queensboro Bridge
The terror didn't end her enthusiasm to attend marathons in New York City. She is confident about the resilience of New Yorkers.