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Let's start in the living room of Robert Saleh's parents' home in Dearborn, Michigan. On the morning of Sept. 11, 2001, Saleh and his family sat in front of the TV, horrified by the images they saw on CNN. His mother was crying. His sisters were crying. His father, Sam, refused to believe the grisly scene at the World Trade Center in New York City. More.

People with anxiety and depression are more likely to step up their drinking during the COVID-19 pandemic than those without these mental health issues, an online survey revealed. More.

As Joe Biden settles into his presidency, in addition to facing a pandemic and economic crisis, he will hear demands for accountability. If President Biden is going to help restore a robust commitment to the rule of law, he will need to address the abuses that followed the 9/11 attacks — specifically, the CIA-run torture program. More.

FDNY Commissioner Daniel Nigro was the Chief Of Operations on 9/11, second in command to Chief Of Department Pete Ganci. They had just finished a morning conference at department headquarters in Brooklyn when they felt the building shudder. More.

Sixty two year old Cory Todd recalls the time he spent down at the site of World Trade Center in the weeks after the September 11th attacks. At the time he was a chief construction inspector with Con Edison and assisted with the search and recovery efforts. More.