ALLISON SALERNO, whose husband survived the attack on Tower One, describes how every anniversary she and her family relive the shock of the attack and how this memory is still searing
Ground zero, the site of the September 11 attacks has progressed considerable since the rubble of 2001. See the photos of the new building, 1 World Trade Center.
Expert on criminal law JIMMY GURULÉ discusses the trial of Khalid Sheik Mohammed and the various issues surrounding it, including the procedures of the military court and the use of torture.
Lorenzo Albacete comments on the ceremonies commemorating the tenth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, and on the President’s reading of Psalm 45 (46).
At the memorial commemorating the tenth anniversary of the September 11 terrorist attacks, President Barack Obama read Psalm 45. Watch the video here.
Vittorio Emanuele Parsi
Vittorio Emanuele Parsi on the years following September 11, the wars in Afghanistan, Iraq and Libya and the loss of some freedoms for Americans and Europeans.
Why did I survive when nearly 3,000 innocent people lost their lives that day? If I was, in fact, given a new life, it comes with at least two obligations. Survivor Greg Trevor on 9/11.
Dino D’Agata describes his experience hearing about the attacks on September 11, the fear and confusion it created, and then the sniper in DC, unnamed fears that lurked in the dark.
Almost 3,000 people died in the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 in the Twin Towers, the Pentagon and a Pennsylvania field. Photo gallery to remember the day, ten years later.
September 11 and its aftermath, including US religious tolerance and foreign policy, seen by Wall Street Journal writer and communications expert William McGurn.
As still-grieving relatives light their memorial candles, as good people throughout the world mourn the senseless slaughter, it is worth reframing 9/11. It was not a spectacular day of terrorism. ...
History cannot be rewritten with an "if", but what would America and the world be like today if, in the chaotic election recount in Florida in late 2000, Al Gore had won? How would President Gore ...
Confusion, panic, a huge tragedy and yet moments of grace. A recollection of that day, its aftermath, and another way of judging that event
The eighth anniversary of the tragedy of 9/11 has become a Day of Service and Remembrance to recall the solidarity shown in the wake of that tragedy, and a Day of Prayer to bring to the world a ...