Pizza Chain Apologizes for Posting Pic of Pizza Flag to Remember 9/11
Yesterday, Ledo Pizza decided it'd be a good move to post one of its pizzas topped like an American flag, caption it #NeverForget, and smash that send tweet button.
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This Is the President on 9/11
Double fist-pumping his way into a memorial service in Pennsylvania.
Victim Blinded in 9/11 Hate Crime Talks about Life as a Muslim in Post-Trump America
Rais Bhuiyan is serial shooter Mark Stroman's only surviving victim
There Were More Mass Shootings on 9/11 Than Any Other Day This Year
The 15th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks saw seven mass shootings—the most of any single day in 2016.
How Surviving 9/11 as a Kid Messed with My Head
Helaina Hovitz had just started seventh grade in Lower Manhattan when the planes struck the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.
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Steve Rannazzisi from 'The League' Says He Lied About Being in the Twin Towers on 9/11
"I made a mistake that I deeply regret and for which apologies may still not be enough."
Scott Masters Pierce
Talking to Teenagers in Beirut About What 9/11 Means to Them
I spent the 14th anniversary of 9/11 asking kids born around the time of the attacks what they think about the day we will never forget.
The National Archives Just Released Photos of George W. Bush and Dick Cheney During 9/11
National Archives, written by Mike Pearl
We Asked Someone Who Hates America Whether Obama Loves America
Rudy Giuliani's comment that President Obama doesn't love America sparked an uproar last week. But do people who really hate America think Obama is one of their own?
Veterans with PTSD Have Found Solace at the Sausage Castle Party House in Florida
"I get a sense of camaraderie here... It seems at the end of the day like a family."
Elizabeth May Ushered a Group of 9/11 Truthers into Canadian Parliament
Bizarrely enough, Elizabeth May felt like it was her duty to bring the Truther message forward to the Canadian government.
About That Fleshlight 9/11 Tweet
Every time September 11 rolls around, Twitter turns into the social media equivalent of a roadside shrine, littered with photos of flags and soldiers and dead loved ones.