The simple message of Andrea Patel's book continues to move people. Continues to offer hope. As on that day suggests, despite the bad things that happen in the world, each of us can always do something to make the world a better place.
At a time of profound cynicism, uncertainty and frustration within our own borders, if nothing else, these two amazing films remind us that in the very worst of times, it's possible to find the best in ourselves.
The arts are how we communicate about our emotions and our resolve. Every single memorial event that I have ever seen relating to the horror of 9/11 has included the arts as a necessary core of activity.
Our special section, "9/11: A Decade After", will be examining the ways in which 9/11 changed America from all angles, from the economy to national security, politics, education, parenting, pop culture, and the arts. READ MORE
Back to School and Deeper in Debt With a new class of students starting college this month, there's no better time to examine the mountainous student debt college graduates are facing, how it will affect their futures, and what it will mean for the future of America. READ MORE
HuffPost's First e-Book: A People's History of the Great Recession Our first e-book puts flesh and blood on the data of our economic crisis, and brings to our readers the real stories of the "formerly middle class." READ MORE
Might it be, as my mother said to me on this ugly, sinful day, That the world is on its last go-round?
From now until September 15th the public is invited to visit Sciame Construction in Lower Manhattan to view the Pen & Ink Exhibition of John Coburn's Healing Hearts.
On the morning of Sept. 11, David McCullough called me to say that an airplane had just crashed into the World Trade Tower. Here is the story that my colleagues and I filed in the Sept. 12 issue of The Hill.
Some have called it gruesome or ghoulish, even referring to it as "death porn." Maybe so, but it also really happened.