For Sept. 11 anniversary, a turning point passed?
NEW YORK — As the sun rose over the World Trade Center site Tuesday, the neighborhood around ground zero seemed more like a normal weekday than in previous years on the anniversary, with fewer police barricades and commuters rushing out of the subway.
Victims' families and others were poised to gather and grieve at ground zero, the Pentagon and near Shanksville, Pa., for the first time after the emotional turning point of last year's 10th anniversary.
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A wilted rose is stands among flags flying at Pepperdine University in honor of the victims of the Sept. 1...