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Time-Lapse Photos Show How The Twin Towers Defined New York City
Camilo José Vergara's photographs, spanning 46 years, are on display this fall for the 15th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks.
Camilo José Vergara/Library of Congress
There Is Always Something There To Remind You
Novelist, 'Shepherd Avenue,' 'My Ride With Gus'
Every picture tells a story, but sometimes the story waits a long time to be told. Thirty years, in the case of this long-lost photograph.
Trump Leverages Fear in Americans, Wrong Candidate for Our Nation's Future
The Week in Movies:
The Walk, The Martian
Author and film critic, hollywoodandfine.com
The New York Film Festival is underway and two of the biggest commercial titles of the fall are in its lineup. (They also happen to be opening this week). Neither of these lives up to the hype, though I recognize that will be a distinctly minority opinion.
9/11 Survivor Captured In Iconic Photo Dies Of Cancer
Marcy Borders was working on the 81st floor of the World Trade Center's North Tower when the first plane hit.
STAN HONDA via AFP/Getty Images
Tourist Brings Loaded Guns To 9/11 Memorial
NEW YORK (AP) -- Authorities say a tourist has been arrested on charges she carried two loaded handguns at the Sept. 11 memorial
Anadolu Agency via Getty Images
Every Time Conservatives Mention Benghazi in 2015, Liberals Should Remind Them of September 11, 2001
H. A. Goodman
Columnist published in The Cleveland Plain Dealer, The Baltimo...
If their names were Clinton and Kerry, or Hagel and Susan Rice, what would Rush Limbaugh have said about their failure to protect America?
Images Matter: ISIL Knew That
Veteran of the political blogging community
Images do matter and again the terrorists understand their insidious power. Social media was not meant for this.
Where Were You? Life Goes On... Even After 9/11
Jessica McNeill Azar
Blogger and Author, Herd-Management
It was around 7 a.m., and being seriously upset, I did what most girls would do and called my Mom for comfort. After listening to me cry for a few minutes, she interrupted me and told me to turn the TV on, that a plane had just crashed into the World Trade Center.
My September 11 Story
Daniel P. Malito
Author, Columnist, Raconteur
We collectively share what happened 13 years ago, the events that changed our world forever, but each of us also owns a personal narrative from that fateful morning. Where I live, in the suburbs of New York City, we were especially hard hit.
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What I Want My Kids To Know About 9/11
Mother, Investigator by trade, Blogger and Wife
I never thought I'd have to explain the events to my own children one day. But here I am, 13 years and two kids later, wondering what to say to them.
Astoria Characters: The Guys With the Great Garden
Author, 'Astoria Characters'
People stop and stare and hold their babbling babies up to the wrought-iron railing. It's not every day you see a koi pond on Ditmars Boulevard. Or a garden that looks as though it outgrew
Defining America's Exceptionality: The Unveiling of the 9/11 Museum
Molly Alexander Darden
Journalist; Founder/Editor, First Rate America: Choosing the G...
A nation's politicians and foreign policy do not define its people; ordinary citizens reacting extraordinarily define its people. My neighbors, friends and thousands of other people like them make America strong, rich and resilient.
A Cultural Reverie on the New 9-11 Memorial Museum
The lower Manhattan site has been cleaned up and a new mega-skyscraper has risen from the rubble. Not yet so for the American psyche.
Grave Robbing or Archaeology?
Political writer and blogger at ChrisWeigant.com
Where does the idea of "desecration" begin and the idea of "important scientific research" end?
Al-Gebra: A Threat Worse Than ISIS
Todd R. Miller
CEO and founder, gwabbit.com. Author of "Time Tunnel: The Towe...
Two Hours in Time on 9/11 with Phil Penman
Brad Hobbs is a travelling writer and photojournalist based in...
Author, Speaker, Birdie & Tortoise Mama, MentorCONNECT founder
In the wake of the shock of Paris, I had allowed myself to adopt and believe what I now realize is a lie I've been telling myself - that this is the best we, the world, which includes me personally, can do, and there is no way it can or will ever get better.
Within You Without You: George Harrison and a Popular Dialogue among Civilizations
Legal Adviser, Presidency of the International Criminal Court
Mid-late 1960s: West goes East. While it was John Lennon, Yoko Ono and Canada that initiated Rock n' Roll Diplomacy, George Harrison was the first to apply that concept to music.
The Walk -- Phenomenal and a Bit Terrifying
The Coalition for Quality Children's Media
This film is based on the true story of high-wire artist Philippe Petit who recruits a team of people to help him realize his dream: to walk the immense void between the World Trade Center towers.
Can We Keep the Empathy State of Mind Alive?
Los Angeles-based actor and writer
Rihanna's New Single "American Oxygen" and What it Means for America
Engineering Student from Colorado
If Rihanna does in fact feel the growing changes in the US, we must ask ourselves a greater question: if a celebrity--a citizen that is very removed from the face of danger or misdeed--is feeling distraught over America's current state, what does that mean for our country?
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