9/11 20 Years Later

After 9/11, a rush of national unity. Then quickly, more and new divisions

On Monday, members of Congress are set to gather for a ceremony marking the 9/11 terrorist attacks, similar to the gathering on the night of the attacks, when members of Congress, many holding small American flags, stood on the Capitol steps and spontaneously sang "God Bless America." But so much has changed.

Biden finds closing book on 9/11 era fraught with perils

The wake-up call that was the 9/11 terrorist attacks, would reshape the world in multiple ways, and few politicians would play a more central role — or for as long — as Biden, who has been inextricably bound to every stage of the wars over the past two decades.

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The therapists who helped following 9/11 needed to help themselves

There were concentric circles of trauma that rippled through Americans after the Sept. 11 attacks 20 years ago. The center of those circles are the survivors and their family members, the immediate impact of that attack on them searing and obvious. Then there were the first responders, the firefighters, the medical teams, the police officers and others who recovered and rescued.

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