Decade After 9/11 - New York

Comedy
For many, being able to laugh is the first giant step forward. In the weeks that followed the September 11 terrorist attacks
Religion
It is my hope that through this blessing practice we can remind ourselves that this is what it feels like to love. This is what it feels like to know peace.
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While the memorial is and will remain free, the museum's admission is speculated to cost as much as $25. Joseph C. Daniels
Politics
Last week's specific, "credible but unconfirmed" threat of a terrorist attack reported in the days before the tenth anniversary
Education
I will forever be proud of the teachers and school staff who bravely put aside concerns for their own safety to protect their students. I think of the courage, caring and resourcefulness they displayed.
Impact
Families who lost loved ones on September 11 are attending a special ceremony on Sunday to dedicate the 9/11 Memorial at
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A few days ago, a couple from St. Joseph, Mich. who happened to be driving through, pulled into the fire station lot when
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Sunday marks the tenth anniversary of the September 11th attacks. In New York, New Yorkers remembered that horrible day with
Religion
So for all our brothers and sisters everywhere who share the incarnate knowledge of what hatred can do, what rageful reactivity can occasion: this song for all who would rebuild a New City.
Impact
As we approach the tenth anniversary of September 11, we cannot forget the tragedy suffered that day, but we are also reminded of the extraordinary compassion displayed by individuals and communities across the country.
New York
Those working on the 9/11 museum have had to contend with issues not typical of museums -- terrible pain and the knowledge that the attack's place in history was still being debated.
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Before it was ground zero, it was the World Trade Center. But after the attacks of September 11th, the site become a smoldering
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Lower Manhattan has been subject to destruction and rebuilding constantly over the last 500 years. But never has the change
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Ten years later, it's easier to acknowledge where we fell short. We're wiser -- in some ways But wen we retell the story of 9/11, we generally gloss over the fact that some of the first responders who died might have lived.
Religion
Ten years ago, the United States suffered a horrific attack. There was shock, anger, fear and unbearable sorrow. We expressed our condemnation, remorse and renewed commitment to peacemaking.
New York
As the nation commemorates the 10th anniversary of the September 11 attacks, here's a look at New York City before, during
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Environment
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For many Ground Zero workers, being hailed as a hero felt like fraud. "A hero is the guy who emerges from a burning building with a baby in his arms," they told me. None of them had, despite their attempts, rescued anyone.