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.
Lawmakers this year are working to end the legislative gridlock that has stymied aid for those who fell ill from exposure after the attack.
9/11-related illnesses often make affected families feel like that dark day has never ended.
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.
For people who didn't experience this in person, you can never imagine seeing people flying out of buildings over 100 stories
We must remember where we were those first few moments and ask where we want to go now -- as a people, as a society, as a country.
On that morning, I clearly remember where I was, what I was doing, and not believing what had just happened. I was 12 years old, young enough to question why, but old enough to understand.
"No one was more surprised than I to discover that the keys to healing for these 30-plus adolescents and young adults would
I woke up at the crack of dawn to catch a 6:45 AM flight from New York City to Pittsburgh for a business meeting, kissed my fiancé Adam goodbye, and jumped into a black Town Car. Then everything changed.