VIDEO: Historians Collect 9/11 Stories From Witnesses

Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.comIn this short Web clip for the Fox News Channel, see oral historian Jenny Pachucki of the 9/11 Memorial Museum discuss the process of collecting recorded memories of  9/11 survivors, first responders and other witnesses.9/11 Memorial Staff  Read more »

RSVP Now For Tonight's Event with Fox News Anchor Shepard Smith

Fox News anchor Shepard Smith tonight will discuss his experiences covering disasters in a world before and after Sept. 11  at the 9/11 Memorial Preview Site, 20 Vesey St.It's not too late to  RSVP>>  for this event and others in the 9/11, Today and Tomorrow speakers series.  Read more »

VIDEO: 9/11 Memorial Museum Director, 'You're here where it happened'

 As part of an upcoming broadcast series documenting the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site, 9/11 Memorial Museum Director Alice Greenwald sits down with the Discovery Channel at an airport hangar in Queens, where recovered WTC steel has been stored for years.  With the remnant steel serving as a backdrop, she shares her perspective on what makes the memorial museum, which opens in 2012, so "truly unique."By 9/11 Memorial Staff  Read more »

Fox News' Shepard Smith kicks off 9/11 lecture series, RSVP Now

Come see veteran Fox News anchor Shepard Smith discuss his experience covering disasters in a world before and after 9/11, and offer perspectives on the role of journalism in an evolving digital landscape. Smith's event begans at 6:30 p.m. Wed., March 9 at the 9/11 Memorial Preview Site, 20 Vesey St.  RSVP>> now.  Read more »

Redeveloping WTC site to attract visitors across globe

Newspapers and magazines across the globe are pinpointing the 9/11 Memorial as a top destination for 2011. The Sydney Morning Heraldis the latest to promote the World Trade Center site as a place to visit, citing its "feverish" pace of construction and plans to open on the 10th anniversary. Click here to see our place on the list and others. View the first clip above for a fly-through of the site.By 9/11 Memorial Staff   Read more »

911 stories play role in new social media app

  Read the Wall Street Journalreview of Broadcastr, a new social-media platform for location-based audio. Broadcastr lets people create and share recordings on an interactive map, almost like a museum tour of the world.According to the review, “listeners can search for stories by location or category, or may opt to 'follow' a person who they consider to be a good storyteller, sorting stories by that person int  Read more »

'9/11, Today and Tomorrow' series returns with Fox News' Shepard Smith

 The 9/11 Memorial's 9/11, Today and Tomorrow speaker series returns. From esteemed professors to acclaimed news anchors, the National September 11 Memorial & Museum is committed to featuring leaders in their fields to discuss some of the most pressing issues of the day.Come hear how veteran anchor Shepard Smith reports the news on Fox in a post-9/11 world. Or listen to stories from   Read more »

Event Wednesday: Journalist explores families dealing with loss

 Allison Gilbert is a former reporter and the author of "Parentless Parents:  How the Loss of Our Mothers and Fathers Impacts the Way We Raise Our Children." She will speak about the book at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Jewish Community Center in Manhattan. (RSVP here).   Read more »

'Reward Matchbooks' a Lure for Info Leading to Capture of Wanted Terrorists

The federal authorities had the green matchbooks designed to catch terrorists.The matchbooks carry images of Osama bin Laden, an Islamist terrorist and Al Qaeda ringleader, and Ramzi Yousef, who masterminded the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center. Identical so-called reward matchbooks featuring pictures of the two terrorists were distributed in several foreign countries as lucrative lures for civilians to provide information leading to the capture the criminals. The U.S. State Department’s reward for justice program created the matchbooks at the request of the F.B.I.  Read more »

18 Years Later: 9/11 Memorial Remembers Six Killed in 1993 WTC Bombing

Above: A woman is helped by two NYPD officers after the Feb. 26, 1993, World Trade Center blast in which six people were killed, thousands injured. (9/11 Memorial Museum photo) Over the next three days, the NationalSeptember 11 Memorial & Museum will commemorate the anniversary of the Feb. 26, 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center with stories from that tragic day. Help pay tribute to the six individuals killed with your comments, memories and reflections. This is the final story in the series.Today we remember the first attack  Read more »