Twenty years later, Kristen Breitweiser is still waiting for answers about why her husband had to die.
After 9/11, the Justice Department made a commitment that America would never again face a terror attack of such immeasurable scope, and that we would seek justice for the victims and their families. And for the past two decades, that is exactly what we have done.
There hasn't been another major attack on U.S. soil since 9/11, but the campaign to eliminate extremism has carried extraordinary costs.
From a hand-sewn pillow to a chunk of concrete, people whose lives were forever by the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks discuss the artifacts and objects that they’ve preserved to remember those who were lost.
President Biden’s executive order comes amid mounting pressure from families of the victims of the 9/11 terror attacks to release documents from the government’s investigation.
“Like tobacco, Facebook is a dangerous product one uses at one’s own risk.”
“A key reason why this latest scandal feels more significant is that politicians on both sides of the aisle feel deceived.”
“These are clearly problems of scale, which Facebook has had many years to deal with and has been fundamentally unable to.”
“We need to recognize the danger we’re in. We need to shake the notion that Facebook is a normal company.”
“Facebook is in trouble … It’s a cloud of existential dread that hangs over an organization whose best days are behind it.”