Multimedia news coverage of 9/11 from across the nation

Sep. 11, 2011 2:51 am

Multimedia news coverage about the tenth anniversary of 9/11.

(AP) – The overall death toll from the attacks stands at 2,977 – including 2,753 killed as a result of the attacks at the World Trade Center, 184 at the Pentagon and 40 in the crash of United Airlines Flight 93 in Pennsylvania. The death toll does not include the 19 hijackers aboard the four jetliners.

(reesenews) — How North Carolina newspapers covered the tenth anniversary of Sept. 11

The front pages of North Carolina’s newspapers reflect the tragedy of 9/11, one decade later.

Images courtesy of Newseum with permission from the individual publications:

To view front pages of newspapers from Sept. 12, 2001, click here.

(ESPN) — Tom Coughlin, New York Giants’ head coach, and his son Tim, who worked in the World Trade Center, recall 9/11

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To visit the ESPN page, click here.

(CNN) — Look back at how 9/11 unfolded

CNN’s coverage from Sept. 11, 2001.
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To visit the CNN page, click here.

(Wall Street Journal) — Liveblog: Remembering 9/11, a decade on

The Wall Street Journal‘s staff will mark the day’s events and monitor the intensified security efforts in New York and Washington, following warnings of a possible al Qaeda plot tied to the Sept. 11 anniversary.

Lifeguard Randy Dodd carries a wreath past a row of surfers during the memorial service at Long Beach, Long Island. Dodd and about 300 surfers took the wreath out to sea where they held a brief ceremony, forming a circle and joining hands, and placed the wreath in the water. (Photo credit: Claudio Papapietro for The Wall Street Journal)

To see the full blog of memorial events on Sept. 11, 2011, click here.

(AP) — An interactive look at 9/11

An interactive graphic with photos and videos that illustrates the happenings on Sept. 11, 2001, the wars that followed and how that day changed the world.

To view the full graphic, click here.

(The New York Times) — Lessons learned: what 9/11 taught us

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(CBS News) — Photojournalist narrates his footage from 9/11

“It wasn’t until long after that I realized what some of those alarms were: trapped firemen,” Mark Laganga, CBS photojournalist, said.

To see the video, click here.

(Yahoo!) — Astronaut in space during attacks shares unique footage of 9/11

“From Aug. 12 to Dec. 15, 2001, astronaut Frank Culbertson was aboard the International Space Station. Two hundred fifty miles above the Earth’s surface, Culbertson was the only American not on the planet at the time of the terrorist attacks,” the article said.

“He — along with two Russian cosmonauts — witnessed the horrific events of Sept. 11, as well as the invasion of Afghanistan a month later, from space,” it said.

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Video courtesy of NASA. To see the full story, click here.

(CBS News) — 9/11: Then and now

To view a slideshow of photos taken in New York on Sept. 11, 2001, and those taken in 2011, click here.

(The Architect’s Newspaper) — Timeline of the construction of the 9/11 memorial

“Surely, we can afford to make Ground Zero a place of peaceable assembly for everyone. Indeed, if terror demands a civic reply, what better than a solemn memorial to those lost and a space for the most fundamental exercise of democracy in space, the freedom to gather in a place that is our own,” Architect Michael Sorkin was quoted as saying in the article.

The One World Trade Center building reached 960 feet in August after ten years of clean-up and construction at the site of the twin towers. SILVERSTEIN

To see the full construction timeline, click here.

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