9-11: Remembering Those Lost, 14 Years Later

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Here at TFB we’d like to take a moment to honor the memory of those lost on September 11, 2001. It’s been 14 years since an act of terrorism took the lives of 2,977 Americans, and the memories are still fresh.

We all remember where we were on that day. Where were you?

"The Falling Man". (AP Photo/Richard Drew)

A list of those killed on 9-11 can be viewed at http://www.foxnews.com/story/2009/09/10/list-victims-from-sept-11-2001.html

The movie United 93 is currently streaming on Netflix. Watch a trailer at https://youtu.be/WOzXECzchTk

NEW YORK – SEPTEMBER 11: Two columns of light symbolize the fallen World Trade Center towers in a tribute in light September 11, 2003 in New York City. The light tribute that debuted last year returned to mark the second anniversary of the terrorist attacks that destroyed the World Trade Center. (Photo by Chris Hondros/Getty Images)

To watch CNN footage of 9-11 from 2001, visit https://youtu.be/rsIWPPw-JzU

To watch NBC footage of 9-11 from 2001, visit https://youtu.be/OtZKEjr-Sfg

Sites to visit: the 9/11 Tribute Center at http://tributewtc.org/, the 9/11 Museum at http://www.911memorial.org/museum

NEW YORK – SEPTEMBER 11: (EDITORIAL USE ONLY – NO COMMERCIAL SALES) Firefighters raise a U.S. flag at the site of the World Trade Center after two hijacked commercial airliners were flown into the buildings September 11, 2001 in New York. (Photo by 2001 The Record (Bergen Co. NJ)/Getty Images)
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  • Secundius Secundius on Sep 13, 2015

    Fourteen-Years later, and Congress STILL won't appropriate any money to the Relief Effort promised to the Rescue Worker's that Survived the Attack. They should be placed in "Stocks" in front of the US Capitol Building, and Receive All the Ridicule the American People Can Mustard At Them. Along with some Rotten Tomatoes...

  • Brian M Brian M on Sep 17, 2015

    I was just eight years old. I was at school in third grade when it happened. Somebody came into the room and said something to the teacher. All the adults got really quiet. Next thing I know, they're sending everybody home. My mom was glued to the TV, watching the news. Nobody would tell us anything. Mom made my brother and I stay quiet in the basement.