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It’s been nearly 19 years since the September 11, 2001, terror attacks, and like it does every year, the American Red Cross of Western New York is honoring those lives lost. It set up nearly 3,000 flags in front of its headquarters on Delaware Avenue, each of which represents a victim of the attacks. More.

The 9/11 Memorial Museum will reopen exclusively for victims’ families on the 19th anniversary of the terrorist attack and then to the general public a day later following a six-month closure amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the New York Post reported. More.

The National September 11 Memorial & Museum in New York City submitted an abrupt about-face earlier this weekend after deciding that the annual Tribute in Light will indeed grace the night sky over Lower Manhattan next month as was originally planned. More.

O'Connor, like thousands of other first responders, bravely rushed toward the danger in Manhattan to help in any way she could. Now, almost 19 years later, O'Connor, like thousands of surviving first responders, faces an entirely different, more subtle danger and the brave thing to do now is not to rush into the face of danger, but to stay at home. More.

Earlier this month, the 9/11 Memorial Museum launched an online collection of stories adapted from the special exhibition Revealed: The Hunt for Bin Laden. This digital exhibition reconstructs what the U.S. government knew about Osama bin Laden and al-Qaeda in the years prior to the 9/11 attacks, and the 10 years of inter-agency efforts that led to the raid on bin Laden's Abbottabad compound. More.