On the eve of the 14th anniversary of September 11, a rainbow appeared in the sky high above New York City. With one end seemingly emanating from the One World Trade Center...
The One World Observatory opened on May 28, 2015. Before that was a decade of contruction on what might be one of the most important buildings in our recent history. A sign that we will never forget, the One World Trade center stands tall over New York City. Watch as EarthCam’s time-lapse spans 11 years of construction in just two minutes. View Now
Like so many of us, Tim Jorgensen of Edgewood, Washington, watched helplessly on TV as American lives forever changed that devastating September day. Despite the years it took to plan and months of work, Jorgensen designed and built his own memorial in his front yard. View Now
Thirteen years ago our world was forever changed by the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks. Looking back, everyone can probably remember exactly where they were on that sad day. A photo that has recently surfaced online, from Jon Sakon, is getting a lot of attention. The photo, dated September 10, 2001, is of him and his family on their trip to New York City. They are standing atop the World Trade Center just a day before the devastating attacks. The photo is moving and the story will leave you with chills as Jon joined RTM via Skype. View Now
In honor of the 12th anniversary of 9/11, EarthCam released this inspiring time-lapse movie of the rebuilding of the World Trade Center. This video captures the development progress from October 2004 up to September 2013 using hundreds of thousands of high-definition images that were hand-edited for this movie. The transformation includes the installation of the spire that took the building to an impressive height of 1,776 feet. View Now
On the twelfth anniversary of the September 11 attacks, these hundreds of motorcycles descended upon Washington D.C. In total, thousands of bikers from all over the country rode to D.C. and New York. Some NY riders include Gov. Andrew Cuomo and musician Billy Joel.
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An American has been killed in Libya as Egyptian and Libyan protestors have climbed the walls of the US embassy in Cairo and and the US Consulate Benghazi, today. Falling on the anniversary of the September 11 attacks, protestors are apparently angry about an amateur video that depicts the Prophet Mohammed in an insulting manner. View Now
This guy had lost his footage he took by bike as the day unfolded before his eyes. Watch and relive the memories of that tragic day that brought all of us as American's together. View Now
Mohammad Hamdani paid the highest price, but his mother Talat Hamdani says that he was intentionally slighted when the 9/11 memorial was built. View Now
In the wake of 9/11 and after the debris from the World Trade Center towers was cleared, a decision on what to do with the site had to be made. And thus, a new building called One World Trade Center was born. Ryan Bradley, senior editor at Fortune, gives us an inside look into the building. View Now
It's been over a decade since the 9/11 attacks. Today, we are reminded of the 2,996 people who lost their lives and the sacrifices they made. This short animated film by Eusong Lee captures a different perspective of the infamous day. View Now
Check out this video from inside the World Trade Center on September 9th, 2001 only two days before the deadly attacks on the United States. The guy who shot the video said everything was so calm as he had lunch with his wife at the "Windows on the World" restaurant in the North Tower. View Now