Updated: 9/8/11

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — On September 11, 2001, 19 terrorists hijacked four U.S. airliners to crash them into civilian targets. Three hit their marks, but average American citizens rose up and took down the fourth — winning a victory that eluded both the government and the military on that Tuesday.

READ MORE: Ben Roethlisberger Announces Retirement After 18 Seasons With Steelers

Nearly 3,000 people were murdered.

Its been years since the attacks, and time has done little to heal the gaping wounds. We not only remember, but every day we live the legacy of the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon, and the thwarted attack on Flight 93.

We have endured anthrax scares, other terror plots, and wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. For Americans, New Yorkers in particular, the 9/11 anniversary will always resonate. We remember those who unwillingly sacrificed their lives on 9/11, and salute those who tried to save the victims of the deadly acts of terrorism.

CBS 2HD presents a comprehensive retrospective on the horrific events of 9/11 and their aftermath, including the attacks themselves, the heroes of United Flight 93, recordings of emergency calls from victims and first responders, the 9/11 Commission, the Zacarias Moussaoui trial, post-9/11 security responses, and more.

READ MORE: Child Hospitalized After Being Struck By Vehicle In Brooklyn

9/11: The Attacks
Flight 93 Recordings
Voices Of 9/11: Emergency Calls
Families Of 9/11 Victims
Searching For The Victims
Remembering The Victims
Security Responses Post-9/11
Zaccarias Moussaoui Trial
Osama bin Laden/al Qaeda Tapes
‘United 93’ The Movie
‘World Trade Center’ The Movie
Remembering The 1993 Attacks

Timeline: Sept. 11 Moment-By-Moment

The files listed below are in .pdf format.
The 9/11 Commission Report: Complete final report (8mb)
Bin Ladin Determined To Strike In US”
Staff Statements: Entry Of Hijackers Into U.S.
Staff Statements: Identification, Watchlisting, Tracking
Staff Statements: Aviation Security System
Staff Statements: Four Flights
Staff Statements: Diplomacy
Staff Statements: Military
Staff Statements: Intelligence Policy
Staff Statements: National Policy Coordination
Staff Statements: Pre-9/11 Intelligence
Suggested Reforms
U.S. District Court – Eastern District of Virginia Web Site:
United States v. Zacarias Moussaoui Trial Evidence

CBS News Photo Essay: Scenes Of Remembrance
CBS News Photo Essay: World Trade Center Proposal
CBS News Interactive: Building A Memorial

MORE NEWS: Remembering Officer Rivera: Wake Today For 22-Year-Old Killed In Line Of Duty In Harlem

Nagin: Ground Zero ‘A Hole In The Ground’ — CBS 2 Viewers React
Share Your Thoughts About The Moussaoui Sentencing