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Jim Axelrod, CBS News reporter, stands in front of the timeline bearing his name for coining the term "Ground Zero" to refer to the World Trade Center. (Photo: Memorial Staff)

Local Couple Volunteers to Remember 9/11

Ellen and Doug Burns volunteer at the 9/11 Memorial Museum to pay tribute to the victims of the attacks. (Photo: Deena Farrell)

9/11 Memorial Museum Launches Tumblr Blog

The 9/11 Memorial Museum has launched a blog on the social platform Tumblr.

Stories & Art Offers Activities for Children, Parents

A child and parent pet Chance, a comfort canine, at the first Stories & Art session on October 18. (Photo: Noaa Stoler)

9/11 Eyewitness Takes Time to Volunteer at Memorial

Volunteer Angel Caballero helps visitors outside of the museum's showing of "Rebirth at Ground Zero." (Photo: 9/11 Museum Staff)
The museum will participate in Archtober with a weekly talk focused on the architectural history of the World Trade Center. (Photo: Amy Dreher)
U.S. Permanent Representative to the U.N. Samantha Power views the Last Column in the museum. Surrounding her are flags to honor the individuals from more than 90 countries who died on 9/11. (Photo: Jin Lee)

College Football Game Dedicated to 9/11 Hero

Boston College dedicated its football game against USC to Welles Crowther, who saved numerous lives during 9/11 while wearing a red bandanna like this one. (Photo: Matt Flynn)
The 9/11 Museum will begin offering tours for deaf and hard-of-hearing visitors. (Photo: Amy Dreher)
The 9/11 Memorial Museum was among three sites to receieve the Congressional Gold Medal this year. (Staff Photo)