9/11 Video Archive

Family members encircle the reflecting pool at the 9-11 Seventh Anniversary Commemoration Ceremony in New York USA, on 11, September 2008. (credit: Peter Foley/Getty Images)

Remembering 9/11: Archival Footage

CBS 2HD presents a comprehensive retrospective on the horrific events of 9/11 and their aftermath.


Rescue workers dig in the wreckage of the World Trade Center in New York City, two days after the Islamic terror attacks. (credit: Mario Tama/Getty Images)

9/11: Searching For Victims

Watch CBS 2HD reports about the search for 9/11 victims.


The truck bomb terrorists used in the 1993 Twin Towers bombing created this 60-foot deep crater inside the World Trade Center. (credit: AP)

Remembering The 1993 WTC Attacks

Watch CBS 2 footage of the evacuation and the aftermath of the bombing.


9/11: The Zacarias Moussaoui Trial

Trace the trial from Moussaoui’s guilty plea to the sentencing, and view images from the trial.


United Airlines Flight 175 is flown into the South Tower at 9:03 a.m. (credit: CBS)

9/11: The Attacks

Nearly 3,000 people lost their lives in the 9/11 attacks. Watch raw footage of the attacks.


Osama bin Laden

9/11: Osama Bin Laden, Al Qaeda Tapes

The late al Qaida mastermind Osama bin Laden was no stranger to mass media. Along with his terror organization, he repeatedly used videos and audio tapes to disseminate jihadist propaganda.


Scene from the World Trade Center movie. (credit: CBS 2)

9/11: ‘World Trade Center’ Movie

On August 9, 2006, Oliver Stone released his film “World Trade Center,” which is based on the true story of two Port Authority Police officers who were trapped under the rubble of the Twin Towers after rushing in to help in the evacuation.


"September 11, 2001. Four planes were hijacked. Three of them reached their target. This is the story of the fourth," the film's tagline reads.

9/11: ‘United 93’ The Movie

“United 93” portrays how the 40 passengers and crew on board the hijacked Flight 93 from Newark to San Francisco rose up and fought back, sacrificing themselves so that the terrorists would not succeed in murdering even more innocent Americans.


This is the crash site in Shanksville, Pennsylvania of United Flight 93.

9/11: Flight 93 Recordings

When 19 terrorists hijacked four U.S. airliners and targeted civilian buildings on the East Coast, three of the terror groups succeeded. The fourth did not. Average Americans rose up on United Airlines Flight 93.


Images of deceased firefighters George Cain (L) Christopher Regenhard (C) and Chief Orio Palmer (R) are held by family members during a news conference on emergency calls. (credit: Stephen Chernin/Getty Images)

9/11: Emergency Calls

New York City released nearly nine hours of emergency calls made on 9/11. Some of the calls were made from inside the World Trade Center itself.


Members of the NYPD's elite Hercules Unit stand guard against terror threats at Wall Street (credit: Timothy Clary/Getty Images)

9/11: Security Responses After The Attacks

Federal, state and local governments continue to work to tighten our security, to adapt to an ever-changing enemy that seeks to exploit our weaknesses.


The Ground Zero "Tribute in Light" beams are visible from Brooklyn during a test ahead of the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. (credit: Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

9/11: Remembering The Victims

Memorials, a Tribute of Light, poetry, foundations, and reading of names were all ways the victims have been remembered and honored.


Friends and family of missing people post signs with photos and descriptions to help locate them outside the armory on Lexington Ave in New York City on September 13, 2001 where information is being gathered for all the missing as a result of the attack on the World Trade Center. (credit: Gabe Palacio/Getty Images)

9/11: Families Of The Victims

The victims of the 9/11 attacks weren’t only those who died, but the families of those who were murdered without warning.