This year, as we mark that unforgettable day that shook our lives, crushed our hearts and forever scorched the soul of this nation, we look back. We look back to honor those whose lives were taken and to strengthen our resolve as a nation to never let something like that happen again. Here are the haunting facts, by the numbers.Read Full Story
Like most Americans, I remember the exact moment I heard about the planes hitting the World Trade Center on 9/11. I was a junior at Kingsway Regional High School in New Jersey and, ironically, in the middle of my American Government class when our teacher informed us of the first terrorist attack.Read Full Story
Your child's first day of preschool will always be etched in your mind as a turning point of sorts — little kids seem instantly bigger, older. As moms, we hold back tears, hide in the parking lot to catch a last glimpse or run to the closest Starbucks and try to keep from cheering too loudly.Read Full Story
It's been 13 years since our nation was rocked in tragedy from the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11. Although it may seem like just yesterday those planes targeted our precious country, these videos show that while we are still wounded, we are united. Ground Zero starts from the bottom and works its way up to an outstanding memorial in these time-lapse videos.Read Full Story
A California real estate developer-turned-filmmaker is in hiding after the two-hour movie he made, Innocence of Muslims, was linked to protests in Libya which resulted in the deaths of the U.S. ambassador and three staffers in the country's second-largest city, Benghazi.Read Full Story
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