Fifteen years ago this week, Jon Scott was in the anchor chair at Fox News Channel, reporting live as the tragic events of 9/11 unfolded.
Dedicated patriots at the crack of dawn on Sunday raced to the top of New York City’s One World Trade Center, climbing about 104 stories to honor our nation’s first responders.
Cathy Kilner of the Association of Graduates told the New York Post that the cadets "were raised seeing the footage of what happened and the consequences of that day.”
Two steel beams were salvaged from the wreckage of the World Trade Center’s north tower following the horrific 2001 attack.
1,000 people from across the country and around the world raced up 180 flights of stairs to the 90th floor of the new One World Trade Center building for the first ever World Trade Center Stair Climb.
America's Newsroom revealed some Incredible video this morning of a BASE jump from One World Trade Center. Three men have been arrested in connection with the base jump, turning themselves in to NYC authorities Monday afternoon.
Officials in New York City have been left red-faced by a New Jersey teen who was able to make his way through through several layers of security at the World Trade Center site. Justin Casquejo, 16, eventually made it all the way to the top of the nation's tallest building, hanging out for two hours and taking pictures.
Despite post-Sept. 11 door reinforcements, a cockpit can still be breached in less than two seconds.
Take a look at this stunning new time-lapse video as the spire on the World Trade Center was put into place. The 758-ton spire was set atop the building amid cheers from spectators and construction workers. The structure now stands 1776 feet tall.
The final piece of One World Trade Center has been raised at Grounz Zero, draped in the stars and stripes. Construction workers cheered as the spire was raised more than 11 and a half years since the 9/11 attacks.
Landing gear was discovered in downtown Manhattan that could be part of one of the 9/11 hijacked planes.