In the weeks after 9/11, two NYC architects undertook a bold first step in memorializing the site of the fallen towers.
Politicians shy away from making public speeches on 9/11, fearing that they will politicize the mourners. But maybe our leaders should, in the style of Lincoln, provide a new narrative for the tragedy.
The president was somber during his visit to honor 9/11 victims, but crowds nearby were raucous and still talking about Osama bin Laden
In 2008, the country was in a dark place and Osama bin Laden was still in hiding. Did this week's celebrations signal a brighter mood across America?
Today's debate is the most inflammatory to unfold thus far, but it indicates progress in our national dialogue