Perseverance. In the end, the United States never gave up looking for Osama Bin Laden, the terrorist leader who made Sept. 11 our national nightmare.

It’s been a decade. However, for the nearly 3,000 people who perished—whether they were merely coming to work in lower Manhattan, or firefighters and other first responders who were attempting to save lives, or those aboard the fated flight that crashed in Pennsylvania—Bin Laden’s death on Sunday at the hands of our military may provide some measure of closure for their loved ones.

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