Biden due at ceremony on military base in Alaska while event in New York featured victims delivering personal messages

From Ground Zero to small towns, Americans looked back Monday on 9/11 with moments of silence, tearful words and appeals to teach younger generations about the deadly terror attacks that struck the nation exactly 22 years before.

“For those of us who lost people on that day, that day is still happening,” Edward Edelman said as he arrived at New York’s World Trade Center to honor his slain brother-in-law, Daniel McGinley. “Everybody else moves on. And you find a way to go forward, but that day is always happening for you.”

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