As a member of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, U.S. Rep. Jim Himes is in the room for classified briefings in which U.S. intelligence officers detail the good, the bad and the ugly of terrorism threats both foreign and domestic.
Jerry Goldman, a Jewish attorney from Philadelphia who represents the families of men and women killed in the September 11, 2001 attacks, never expected to meet with a top Al Qaeda terrorist convicted in connection with that attack, and at the terrorist’s own request.
"In an abrupt retreat Friday, the Pentagon revoked an order to war court judges to drop their other military duties and take up residence at this remote base until their cases are over.
They broke the FDNY gender barrier — but, for many, firefighting broke them. A startling 70 percent of female Bravest have retired from the FDNY on three-quarters disability pensions claiming injuries on the job, The Post has found.
As pressure builds to make public 28 pages of a joint congressional inquiry on 9/11 which was classified by President George W. Bush, the Bush family's well-documented relationships to Saudi and other foreign terror suspects are again coming to the fore.
A retired city cop who developed fibromyalgia after being exposed to toxins after the World Trade Center attack won a five-year legal battle Tuesday for an enhanced disability pension.
More than a dozen Scarsdale Middle School students took a field trip today to learn the legacy of a Sept. 11 hero.
John C. Whitehead, a Wall Street banker who led Goldman, Sachs & Co.'s international expansion in the 1970s and '80s and later was founding chairman of the National Sept. 11 Memorial & Museum, died Saturday. He was 92.
David Rothblatt and Fia Hargil are lifelong New Yorkers, but they don't remember much about Sept. 11. That's because they were just preschoolers then. Still, what happened that horrible day changed their lives and the lives of many their age.
New allegations have emerged from the man described as the 20th 9/11 hijacker, alleging members of the Saudi royal family supported al Qaeda.
"Members of the Fort Hood community united to plant a seedling received from the September 11th Survivor Tree at Fort Hood Memorial Park, Jan. 29. The seedling was presented by the 9/11 Memorial fund to honor the sacrifices of the victims and families of the shootings at Fort Hood on Nov.
A piece of American history is on display in Bay County. Rescue 4, one of the New York Fire Department trucks that responded the World Trader Centers on 9/11, made its stop in Panama City Beach. Rescue 4 will be in Panama City for the next three weeks.
Lady Antebellum has sold millions of albums, won seven Grammy Awards and charted No. 1 hits ranging from 2009’s “I Run to You” and “Need You Now” to 2014’s “Bartender.” The country trio headlined Nashville’s Bash on Broadway New Year’s Eve event for about 100,000 in 2014.
Fundraising for the September 11th Memorial to be built at Cos Cob park is well underway. "It's been a marvelous experience. We've been getting the word out about the memorial as well as raising funds," said project director Gervais Hearn.
"On September 11th, 2001, eleven firefighters were on FDNY Rescue 5 and each lost their lives trying to save others at the World Trade Center.
The game show Jeopardy! will include the 9/11 Memorial and Museum and the events before and after September 11, 2001 as a category on its Thursday, January 29 episode.
"New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet said in a revealing interview published Friday that he "absolutely" agreed with Times reporter James Risen that the mainstream media had ""failed"" after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks.
Jeff Reinbold has vivid memories of one of his first visits to the Flight 93 temporary memorial. “It was January 2003, and the temperature was hovering around zero,” he said Thursday. “There were 10 cars in the parking lot, and none were from Pennsylvania.
"An FBI special agent who lost his job in 2008 told Newsweek columnist Jeff Stein his story about how the 9/11 hijackers slipped through the cracks at the FBI and CIA more than a decade ago.
Steven Bonano, a hero NYPD chief and 9/11 first responder, died Saturday from a rare form of blood cancer believed to be tied to his time at Ground Zero.