“Malia and Sasha would feel the same way.”
Users of the app were shown a cartoon dinosaur mascot saluting the towers.
Then deleted it almost immediately.
Apparently sex toy companies mourn, too.
You don’t want to mess with Cuppy.
The president says the word “torture” — twice — when talking about controversial CIA interrogations from the post-9/11 era.
A very unfortunate Australian gaffe. UPDATE: Paramount Pictures Australia has deleted the tweet.
“I knew that day that a lot of us would get sick,” one retired FDNY captain told the New York Post.
The body of Faraj al-Shibli was discovered Monday in Libya’s eastern town Marj after he was last seen being detained by a local militia there two days ago.
The former DNC chair and close ally of Obama took to the floor of the senate to demand that the White House seek an update to the post-9/11 laws that authorized military action in Afghanistan and Iraq.
“Do you think that Oswald was the only person to shoot Jack Kennedy, our president?” Rep. Pete Sessions replied, when asked a 9/11 truther question by a high school class.
Nearly 13 years after my sister’s death, a reluctant Sunday visit to the 9/11 Memorial Museum, where public spectacle and private grief have a permanent home together.
Ronan Farrow’s “Battle of the Day” poll was about whether a group of guys who parachuted off Freedom Tower in New York were “heroes” or “zeroes.” But the text on the screen looked pretty bad.
More than 100 former cops, firefighters and corrections officers have been indicted in a disability scam costing federal taxpayers hundreds of millions.
Recordings of the 911 calls from the Sandy Hook Elementary School mass shooting on Dec. 14, 2012, have been released. WARNING: Audio contains disturbing content.
The agency offered detainees freedom, safety, and millions of dollars. Many top al-Qaeda operatives were killed as a result of the risky program.
The piece is in Tribeca, the former home of the towers, where One World Trade stands now.
It was released at sunrise on 9/12 by the New York City Ballet.
“And the Arab wins Miss America, classic.”
The annual Tribute In Light returned to Manhattan Wednesday on the 12th anniversary of the terrorist attacks.
ABC’s “What Would You Do” captured the powerful moment when a soldier defends a Middle-Eastern man from a ranting Islamaphobe.
Boston’s Logan Airport apologized today after a fire training exercise with flames and smoke upset travelers on the 12th anniversary of Sept. 11th.
This is not a time for an Oreo moment.
Heartbreaking and beautiful.
The 15-year-old girl is the niece of a man who was killed in the attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Since the tragedy of Sept. 11, 2001, the country has honored those who lost their lives in the attacks in a variety of ways.
Not exactly the most well-thoughout idea…
Dozens of CIA operatives were on the ground during the deadly terror attack but are being kept quiet with frequent polygraphs and “pure intimidation,” CNN reported on Thursday.