This Sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the heinous terror attacks that rocked this country. More than 3,000 people lost their lives that day, and to this day the pain and mourning continues. Apparently for some people it's been long enough to justify making a mockery of the day. This San Antonio based mattress company decided to "celebrate" the day with a sale.
This year will mark the 15th anniversary of one of the worst terror attacks on American soil. On September 11th, 2001 two planes crashed into the World Trade Center towers in Manhattan, one flew into The Pentagon in Washington D.C., and one crashed into a field in Pennsylvania. Too many American lives were lost, but none will ever be forgotten. That is why Chief Russel Brooks of The Utica Fire Dep
It has been a little more than 5 months since the first tenant has moved into the brand new One World Trade Center building in New York City. One of the cool new features about the new tower is the 3D elevator that takes you through over 500 years of history in seconds.
Emily Mulkerne was born and raised here in Central New York. After attending Notre Dame Jr./Sr. High School she then went on to Wells College. Upon graduating from Wells, she moved to New York City to work with children. One day she decided to visit the 9/11 Memorial. What happened next, she never expected.
There's a website called Dear Photograph that features a picture of a picture, from the past, in the present. Mark Yokoyama captured it best with this amazing shot of New York City and the Twin Towers since September 11th.
The 9/11 Museum, once slated to open today, the 11th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, has been delayed due to disagreements between the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey and the National 9/11 Museum and Memorial Foundation.