September 11

A new campaign email from the Hawaii representative dovetails with her past conspiracy theories and fear-mongering.
"When the Mayor of NYC during 9/11 speaks about the atrocities that 'Ben Laden' committed."
“What is Twitter doing to combat this misinformation?” the congresswoman responded.
Nicholas Haros Jr., who lost his mother at the World Trade Center, attacked the congresswoman over past remarks that were widely taken out of context.
A giant whale kite, a massive pumpkin and a gravedigging competition round out this week's best images.
Fond remembrances of the "unity" that followed the terror attacks ignore an ugly history.
Lawyers for 9/11 survivors and victims' relatives believe the name belongs to a Saudi government official alleged to have assisted two hijackers in the attack.
Some Twitter critics thought stitching on the back of the coat resembled a plane crashing into a building.
President Donald Trump once again said he assisted with recovery efforts following the Sept. 11 attacks, but first responders at the scene have said Trump was not actually there.
The president once again told his dubious story that he and a team of employees helped at Ground Zero -- an assertion nobody has been able to prove.
"What the hell is that authoritarian porn video?" asked the host of "Full Frontal."
"Except when we invite the Taliban over for a photo op," George Conway fired back on Twitter.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed a bill into law that honors the lives of those who were killed during the tragic attacks on U.S. soil on Sept. 11, 2001.
9/11-related illnesses often make affected families feel like that dark day has never ended.
President Donald Trump faced backlash after he announced on Twitter that he canceled talks with the Taliban just days before the anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
He "found out the Taliban kill people" just before the anniversary of 9/11, one wag scoffed.
Before signing a bill granting compensation to 9/11 first responders, President Donald Trump bragged that he had “spent a lot of time” with them in the aftermath of the Sept. 11 terror attacks.
The president told first responders that while he doesn't consider himself to be one of them, he was at the site of the Sept. 11 attacks, too.
The Senate voted Tuesday to ensure permanent funding for 9/11 first responders and their families.
Congress finally acted after months of emotional lobbying by first responders and victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks.