9/11 Anniversary

Biden honors 9/11 victims, vows commitment to thwart terror

President Joe Biden has marked the 21st anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, taking part in a somber wreath-laying ceremony held at the Pentagon under a steady rain. Biden paid tribute to “extraordinary Americans” who gave their lives on one of the United States' darkest days. Sunday’s ceremony occurred a little more than a year after the Democratic president ended the long and costly war in Afghanistan that was launched in response to the terror attacks. Biden notes even after the U.S. left Afghanistan his administration continues to pursue those responsible for the 9/11 attacks. Biden announced in August the U.S. had killed an al-Qaida leader who helped plot the attacks.

LIST: Area events to attend in remembrance of 9/11

Communities across Wisconsin will gather to remember those who died at Ground Zero

MADISON, Wis. -- Communities around Wisconsin are gathering to remember the lives of the victims of the 9/11 attacks, and honor first responders. Here is where you can go in southern Wisconsin to remember the events of September 11, 2001.…

From HBO/Showtime production to UW Health doctor; how witnessing 9/11 changed her life

"Like every New Yorker, it's a day that I will never forget": After witnessing the attacks, one local doctor said she couldn't go back to making movies.

Dr. Lisa Arkin, the Director of Pediatric Dermatology at UW School of Medicine, says working with children and their families is what she was put on this earth to do. A career she only discovered after the terrorist attacks in NYC on September 11, 2001.