A fireman walks through the rubble and the smoldering wreckage of ground zero in New York on Oct. 11, 2001; Gary Friedman/AFP/Getty Images In the 10 years since 9/11, a lot of people have asked me what I remember the … Continue reading
For our “America Remembers 9/11″ special program, we invited two poets — Billy Collins and Nancy Mercado — to each read a poem to mark the anniversary.
Photographer Joel Meyerowitz spent months at Ground Zero, amassing roughly 8,000 images of the destruction and the heroic recovery efforts.
Passengers at Los Angeles International Airport pass through security in 2010. File photo by David McNew/Getty Images When Denver International Airport opened in 1995, the city was particularly proud of the main terminal building. They spent a lot of money … Continue reading
All week on the NewsHour, we’re exploring different stories about the world a decade after the 9/11 attacks. On Wednesday’s broadcast, you’ll see a report from NPR’s Daniel Zwerdling and the Center for Investigative Reporting about efforts to spot terrorist … Continue reading
What if a jury selected a design for the new 9/11 memorial and then discovered that its architect was a Muslim? Ten years after the terrorist attack, the actual memorial is just about to open. But an alternative history is imagined in the new novel, “The Submission.”
For Thomas Heidenberger, the emotional scars are still fresh. His wife, Michele, was the lead flight attendant on American Airlines Flight 77, which flew into the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001. During a recent media event at the Pentagon’s 9/11 … Continue reading
Jeffrey Brown talks with Paul Goldberger, architecture critic for The New Yorker and Professor at the Parsons New School of Design, about the architecture and construction of the memorial.
Ten years after the 9/11 attacks, the memorial at the site of the World Trade Center towers in lower Manhattan will be dedicated on Sunday and open to the public on Sept. 12, 2011. NOVA’s latest documentary, “Engineering Ground Zero,” … Continue reading