Moussaoui trial revisited on the eve of Sept. 11 anniversary
Zacarias Moussaoui remains the only person ever convicted in a U.S. court in connection with the Sept. 11 attacks. A behind-the-scenes look at the trial Thursday from its lead participants demonstrated how hard it was to bring it to justice.
The therapists who helped following 9/11 needed to help themselves
There were concentric circles of trauma that rippled through Americans after the Sept. 11 attacks 20 years ago. The center of those circles are the survivors and their family members, the immediate impact of that attack on them searing and obvious. Then there were the first responders, the firefighters, the medical teams, the police officers and others who recovered and rescued.
Guantanamo prison lingers, an unresolved legacy of 9/11
The White House says it intends to shutter the prison on the U.S. base in Cuba, which opened in January 2002 and where most of the 39 men still held have never been charged with a crime. How or when the administration will carry out that plan remains unclear
Officials confirm identities of 2 more 9/11 victims, nearly 20 years after terrorist attack
Dorothy Morgan and the unnamed man's confirmed deaths are the first victims since October 2019 to be identified in the World Trade Center terrorist attacks that claimed 2,753 lives. However, around 1,106 people, or 40% of victims, have yet to be identified.
Troops driven to serve by 9/11 now lead a generation that doesn’t recall the attacks
The 9/11 attacks drove many to recruiting stations, as the United States for a short time would see an uptick in Americans interested in military service and the willingness of higher-qualified candidates to enlist.
‘Get on my back. I’ll carry you:’ Army officers recall their escape from the Pentagon on 9/11
As the 20th anniversary of 9/11 approaches, retired Army officers told us what it was like to be inside the Pentagon that day.
9/11: As the decades pass, the act of remembering evolves
While monuments stand, remembering itself evolves. How 9/11 is remembered depends on when 9/11 is remembered. Remembering it on Sept. 15, 2001, or on Sept. 11, 2004 is different from remembering it on Sept 11, 2011 — or, for that matter, different from what it will be next weekend.
‘They want to make sure their loved ones are not forgotten:’ Organizers feel urgency to establish Global War on Terrorism Memorial
With the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks Saturday, the foundation is putting a renewed focus toward establishing a Global War on Terrorism Memorial as a place for veterans to gather and other Americans to learn about conflicts such as Afghanistan and Iraq.
From election to COVID, 9/11 conspiracies cast a long shadow
Korey Rowe served tours in Iraq and Afghanistan and returned to the U.S. in 2004 traumatized and disillusioned. His experiences overseas and nagging questions about Sept. 11, 2001 convinced him America's leaders were lying about what happened that day and the wars that followed.
Wyoming troop deaths 20 years apart bookend Afghanistan war
When news came that a 20-year-old Wyoming soldier was one of the last casualties of the two-decade-long U.S. war in Afghanistan, it arrived as a tragic bookend: A 20-year-old soldier from Wyoming was among the first to die in the same war.