9/11 Attacks

Rep. Stephen Lynch

Rep. Lynch Calls For Release Of Sept. 11 Info

The 28 pages have remained classified since the findings were released in 2002.


File image of TSA agent (Photo by Joe Raedle/Getty Images)

9/11 Victims’ Families Relieved TSA Will Not Allow Knives On Planes

The Transportation Security Administration said Wednesday it was doing away with a plan to allow passengers to carry small knives and some other formerly banned items onto planes.


TSA agents screen passengers at Logan International Airport in Boston.

9/11/2011: Where Are The Threats?

Are we really any safer today than we were on that fateful day?



Keller @ Large: How 9/11 Changed America

Chances are you will never forget where you were when you heard about the mass murders of September 11, 2001.


Smoke pours from the World Trade Center in New York City Tuesday morning, Sept. 11, 2001. (Photo by Peter Cunningham/Mission Pictures/Getty Images)

Chilling Radio Transmissions Released From 9/11 Attacks

Radio transmissions from September 11, 2001 were just released and detail the confusion of that day.


President Barack Obama awards the 2010 Citizens Medal, the nation's second-highest civilian honor, to Susan Retik. (AFP PHOTO/Jim WATSON)

9/11 Widow Honors Late Husband By Helping Afghani Women

Susan Retik of Needham lost her husband on 9/11. She co-founded the non-profit “Beyond The 11th” which helps the women of Afghanistan.


Mark Bavis was killed in the 9/11 attacks.

Boston Victim’s Family Sues Massport, United, Security Company Over 9/11 Attacks

The family of a Boston man killed in the attacks on September 11, 2001 is suing Massport, United Airlines and a security screening company, claiming they all failed to prevent his death.