Yes, 9/11 truthers still exist.
A terrorist attack should not be remembered with tacky merchandise.
Construction worker Frank Selicchia combed the wreckage of the Twin Towers two days after Sept. 11 for survivors—instead, he uncovered a cross-shaped steel beam.
Middlebury College's <i>9/11: Never Forget Project</i> was uprooted by five vandals, including one student.
#2MillionBikerstoDC should be trending. Despite being denied riding permits by D.C. city officials, motorcyclists from across the nation honored Sept. 11 victims and the U.S. Armed Forces Wednesday by rumbling more than 900,000 strong through the Capitol.
Students across the country take the time to set up set up displays of 2,977 flags to honor those who were killed on September 11, 2001.
Americans will never forget.
Stop lights aren’t going to stop bikers determined to ride to DC to honor the victims of 9/11.
Since Sept. 11, Americans have been largely immune from attacks by terrorists. But for many of us, the days of color-coded terror warnings and armed guards in airports seem like relics of another era.
Our enemies will learn them. Will we?