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9/11 Commission reunites at Indiana University: 'Are we safer today?'

For the first time in 10 years, members of the 9/11 Commission gathered this week to discuss their report and the state of national security two decades after the terrorist attacks on the United States. More.

9/11 commissioners to reunite at IU for first time in 10 years to discuss 'Are We Safer Today?'

A decade since their last public gathering -- and 20 years after the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001 -- members of the 9/11 Commission will convene next week at Indiana University for a filmed discussion of their work, recommendations and impact on national security today. More.

Nadler, Maloney Press City for 9/11 Documents on Air-Quality Hazards

The chairs of the U.S. House Oversight Committee and the House Judiciary Committee have written Mayor de Blasio to request release of any documents in the city's possession pertaining to what it knew about the air quality in and around the World Trade Center. More.

20 years ago, he found a photo of a little boy in the rubble of 9/11. He hopes someone can claim it

On the night of Sept. 11, 2001, hours after the attack on the World Trade Center, Kurt Rimmel was at Ground Zero. As a grip in the movie industry, he and some co-workers were asked to provide production lights at the site in an effort to find survivors. Rimmel told News 12 New York that among all the debris, one item stood out. It was a photograph of a young boy in a wooden frame. More.

On 9/11, Chinatown residents watched the towers fall. Some are still recovering.

On Sept. 11, 2001, May Chen stood outside Confucius Plaza, a 44-story residential tower located on the outskirts of Chinatown. It was primary day, an important day for Chen, whose husband was running for New York City Council. The streets were buzzing with voters heading to the polls and workers en route to their offices. More.

Surviving 9/11 was ‘just the first piece of the journey’

Trapped in the wreckage of the World Trade Center, Will Jimeno lived through the unthinkable. Twenty years later, he’s still living with it. Injuries that fateful day ended his police career. More.

Health Effects of 9/11 Still Plague Responders and Survivors

John Feal, now 54 years old, was a supervisor at a demolition company when terrorists hijacked two planes that brought down the World Trade Center buildings—and two others that crashed into the Pentagon and a field near Shanksville, Pa., respectively—20 years ago. More.

9/11 survivors from Chicago who were in World Trade Center, Pentagon say 'never forget' daily life

Three Chicago area fathers all survived the September 11, 2001 terror attacks. They gave a harrowing account of what they went through, and how terrorism changed their lives forever. Time sits still in memories, even from miles away, leaving behind a vivid trail of sounds, smells and emotions. More.