september-11-memorial

As we embrace with joy and hope a new year celebrated world-wide through art, it is important to remember what was sacrificed to get us here.
The fears articulated by the museum's advisory council are serious. For the institution to continue to ignore its own established mechanism for advice and review is reckless. Fortunately, the Brian Williams scandal offers an elegant way out. As he is removed as the museum's "voice," a new direction of compromise could finally be followed.
Flag waving is not patriotism. Questioning and demanding that we live up to our values -- that is patriotism. And that is what we must do.
As an incoming sophomore in college now, I understand even more about the extraordinary impact that 9/11 had on America.
“Such an observer would not understand the effect of displaying an artifact with such an inclusive past in a Museum devoted
The sculpture itself, which had been popularly known as "The Sphere," quite remarkably survived the attacks, and its future has been debated since.
Now that the museum's opening is over, and the public has been given its space for remembering, it is time for the museum's administrators to return to the private suffering of the victims' families. It is not too late to give the 9/11 families the rights they deserve.
We managed to carry on, dutifully ensuring wax had reason to melt into ancient and weathered cobblestone cracks. Grey day
A viewer photo at KATC suggests a cartoon cutout of President George W. Bush was also found nearby. Police are reportedly
A good omen, yes. But what that dust also says to me is that even as we all search for some resolution 10 years after 9/11