FX and FXX’s The League has quietly sprinted toward the end zone of its seventh and final season in recent weeks, but may find its victory lap marred by a disturbing truth. Series lead Steve Rannazzisi has publicly admitted to fabricating a long-told story of nearly perishing at the World Trade Center in the 9/11 attack of 2001.
The Lumberton High School cheerleading squad performs its latest routine, set to the sounds of reporters describing the horrific events of September 11, 2001, and President George W. Bush's voice. Yes, you read that right.
On September 11th 2001 83 employees of the investment banking firm Sandler O'Neill & Partners were working a normal work day on the 104th floor of the World Trade Center's south tower. Sixty-six of those people were killed in the terrorist attacks. Those 66 men and women had 76 children.
Did you know that Rome New York played a big role on keeping the skies safe on September 11th before and after the attacks? The U.S. Air Force technicians and officers of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) worked hard to defend the nation’s air.
With the anniversary of 9/11coming up, we are starting to learn even more stories from that day unfold on social media. We stumbled on a story from a flight attendant on a Delta Flight 15 flying over the North Atlantic.
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