May 30 marks the anniversary of the end of the recovery and cleanup operations at the World Trade Center site when the last piece of debris - a misshapen steel column - was cleared in 2002.
My memory returned with jagged edges, raw nerve endings, and a panic attack as I filled out the 2015 World Trade Center Health Registry survey this week.
Advocates hope to make a federal law that funds health care for 9/11 first responders permanent, as the program is set to expire later this year.
Spokane Fire Department Capt. Roger Libby was on a mission Monday. He would complete his 343rd stair-climb, in honor of the 343 New York firefighters who died in the Sept. 11, 2001, attack on the World Trade Center’s twin towers.
Never Forget, a mobile exhibit created to be a tool to help educate America’s youth about the tragic events that took place Sept. 11, 2001 and to also serve as a vivid reminder for others, will be anchored at the State Fair in Nashville from Sept. 11-20.
After vigorous debate and intense last-minute pressure by Republican leaders, the Senate on Saturday rejected legislation that would curb the federal government’s bulk collection of phone records.
After being unearthed from the rubble of the World Trade Center, lovingly repaired by veterans and tornado survivors and visiting all 50 states, the National 9/11 flag has finally made it home.
NEW YORK: Testament to the regeneration of New York, nearly 14 years after the 9/11 attacks, is the new observation deck at the World Trade Center, offering spectacular views across the city.
On Sunday 1,000 people ascended the stairs of the Freedom Tower in honor of the lives lost in the September 11 attacks.
This amazing time-lapse video shows how the 9/11 memorial has changed over the past decade. Created by EarthCam, it shows how Ground Zero changed between 2004 and 2014 in a series of amazing photos pieced together to make a short film.
Faulconer, Zimmerman and Fennessy also joined the many community leaders from across the nation who have signed the flag.
It was a day which was a long time coming for many and on Tuesday shovels finally hit the ground for a new memorial for the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
As first responders were desperately trying to recover survivors from the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11, 2001, Lieutenant Heather “Lucky” Penney was prepared to make the ultimate sacrifice for her country by flying her unarmed F-16 into United Flight 93 before it destroyed Was
When Hendersonville Fire Department Capt. Jamie Cossler travels to New York this weekend, words like “courage,” “sacrifice” and “legacy” will likely come to mind - particularly as he climbs the nation’s tallest building.
A man walking from Florida to New York is raising money and healing his heart with every step. Richard Albero, a former Navy Officer and retired teacher, is making the trip to raise money for the Wouned Warrior Project and honor his late nephew.
Dave Innocenti was one of those guys in the color-coded smocks working on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange, shouting and waving as he executed multi-million-dollar deals.
The Islamic State simply inspired the deadly assault by two men on an exhibit of cartoons depicting the prophet Mohammed near Dallas last week, CIA veteran Michael Morell says.
The first Department of Homeland Security (DHS) secretary said Sunday that the threats from abroad are worse today than what the United States faced immediately following the 9/11 attacks.
In Cities, Museums and Soft Power, Ngaire Blankenberg and Gail Lord demonstrate why and how museums and cities are using their “soft power” to address some of the most important issues of our time.
Though much Islamic State rhetoric may be bluster, analysts say the terrorist group is sufficiently wealthy and has enough social media savvy that, if unchecked, it likely could execute a 9/11-scale attack in the U.S. a few years from now.