Based on the book "Fall and Rise: The Story of 9/11," the limited series will air on ABC in 2021.
For 18 years, it has been one of the singular honors of my life to stand beside the September 11 first responders, survivors and their families in this fight.
"There is not a person here, there is not an empty chair on that stage, that didn't tweet out, 'Never forget the heroes of 9/11,'" comedian Jon Stewart said. "And where are they?"
Donald Trump Jr. blasted Minnesota congresswoman Ilhan Omar as an "anti-Semite" in response to a comment she made about the Muslim Democrat made about the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
"Obama, he vetoed the bill that we needed to pass, and we came back and overrode his veto," Terry Strada said.
"We have our lives. We have our schedules. And nobody's going to change it. So we're here. And let's have a good time."
A Republican candidate for treasurer issued a "realistic" statement Tuesday urging supporters not to volunteer or donate to his "inevitable" loss.
The parents of children in a New Jersey middle school said they were outraged after learning a social studies teacher had the class read a fictionalized short story about Islamophobia titled "My Name Is Osama" on September 11.
A report shared by the councilwoman falsely stated that a reputable scientific journal had found evidence of a controlled demolition at the site of the Twin Towers.
"I believe that Trump is doing such a good job of turning Americans against each other instead of unifying them... that anyone who does want to hurt us would have every right to sit on their laurels and wait around until he's done to get back at it."
The U.S. spends $91 million annually on trials at the base, which houses 61 inmates.
Saudi officials interacted with the 9/11 attackers and funded them.
In a yet to be published paper, Dr. Roberto Lucchini of the World Trade Center Health Program compared the findings of health programs established around the world in the aftermath of major environmental disasters.
Some say visitors display disrespectful behavior at the site of the World Trade Center attack, taking selfies, letting their kids run wild and more.
On Sunday morning, dancers will perform a "multicultural performance ritual for peace" that will be live-streamed on YouTube.
The families of the 9/11 victims had long called for their release.