In a candid interview with Tim Teeman, architect Daniel Libeskind talks about family and the Holocaust, his Auschwitz artwork, and facing trauma head-on at sites like Ground Zero.
Confirming his death, Jason Spindler’s brother wrote: “Jason was a survivor of 9/11 and a fighter. I am sure he gave them hell.”
The ‘Saturday Night Live’ star may have lost his dad, Scott Davidson, on 9/11, when he was 7, but he ‘grew up to have so many of his father’s qualities,’ says a fellow firefighter.
En route to a memorial to the Flight 93 passengers who brought down one of the hijacked planes, the president added to his catalog of ill-advised 9/11 posts.
The tree that had been a sapling when his ashes were poured at its base triggers an accounting of how long it’s been since we lost him—the one and only, first in and last out.
For nearly a mile, Sayfullo Saipov was flying down the bicycle path—turning it into a ‘corridor of death,’ a senior law enforcement official says.
This shouldn’t be an achievement. But given the president’s past actions on ‘this special date’ marking the worst day in modern U.S. history, it feels… shocking?