Nearly 3,000 people were killed by the attacks on American soil on Sept. 11, 2001.
"Today, our nation pauses to remember those who fell on 9/11/01 and we honor the unimaginable sacrifice they made for our Country," Vice President Mike Pence tweeted. "Their memory lives on in the heart of every American and we will never forget the courage and heroism shown on that fateful morning."
The New York Stock Exchange observed a one minute moment of silence to honor the victims of 9/11 and their families and friends.
Last year, TheStreet spoke to Peter Tuchman, a trader at the NYSE, who shared his memories of 9/11.
"I remember the whole day, I remember everything afterwards," said Tuchman. "As we walked up to the Stock Exchange up to the building, we got sort of thrust in there and we went into a lockdown situation."
Jim Cramer weighs in on what he's learned from 9/11 and talks about his experiences.
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