Once again Thursday, at the ceremony marking the anniversary of the terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001, the national anthem was sung, bells tolled and the names of the victims were read aloud one-by-one. But the long morning at Ground Zero never gets easier for Josephine Acquaviva, who read the name of her son, Paul, a Cantor Fitzgerald executive who died that day. He was 29 years old. More.
Ceremony Marks 13th Anniversary of Sept. 11 Attacks