Sorrow will always accompany memories of 9/11, but we should add to them joy. Published September 18 2011
An entire generation of Americans witnessed the terror of September 11th, 2001 as children, and now they're grown up. What has changed? Published September 11 2011
The deadly attacks on September 11, 2001 and the sneak attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 are blatant acts of war that propelled the United States into war. Published September 11 2011
About 700 children lost their parents during the September 11, 2001 attacks and among that group were dozens of children born after the attacks occurred. Published September 11 2011
On 9/11, while in my flimsy white cotton nightgown watching NBC news with Katie Couric and Matt Lauer, the plane hit the tower, live, real, dead-on—and I was struck dumb. Published September 11 2011
9/11 happened to other people, but death comes to us all. Are we wise enough to meet it? Published September 10 2011
Sports can be trivial, but they took the lead for healing after 9/11. Published September 10 2011
We all remember where we were that fateful day. Or do we? Published September 10 2011
After 9/11 corporate America proved they were people. They donated millions of dollars worth of goods to the responders and volunteers at Ground Zero. Published September 10 2011
My friend and colleague Kevin was in the Second Tower on 9/11 when it was hit. He got out alive with minutes to spare. Here is my interview with him on 9/11 of 2004. Published September 9 2011
Our military has proven its critics wrong, again. Published September 9 2011
The experience of an average citizen who didn't know anyone in New York, Washington D.C or on Flight 93 and wasn't close enough to go and help out. All she could do was sit and watch it unfold and wonder what it all meant for her family, loved ones and country. Published September 9 2011
You remember where you were when you heard about the attacks, but do you think about how it has changed your life? Published September 9 2011
Our collective memory has all-but-erased female heroism from the story of 9/11. Published September 9 2011
On the tenth anniversary of a terrorist attack, is it time to stop making excuses for the terrorists? Published September 8 2011
Since 9/11, we have changed as a people and not for the better. Today we are no longer One America. Published September 8 2011
Intelligence. Yes, it means being smart but it also means collecting data and understanding what it means. Published September 8 2011
Though ten years have passed, America still reels from the aftershocks of 9/11. Published September 7 2011
The official 9/11 memorial will be unveiled on Sunday, but visitors will be restricted. You can pay tribute to those 2,983 individuals who lost their lives that day at events that are taking place all across the city. Published September 7 2011
After 9/11, some people vowed never to fly again. I vowed to fly every 9/11. When we fly, we win. Published September 7 2011
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