The Islamic State terror group is increasingly using encrypted communications to recruit troubled Americans and urge them to carry out attacks, FBI Director James Comey is expected to tell Congress on Wednesday.
Treating depression and anxiety in youngsters affected by war may have lasting benefits for their mental health and ability to function in society, new findings suggest.
The memory of traumatic event - such as a car crash or being the victim of a violent crime - can cement itself in your mind within a matter of hours. But a new study has found that playing the 90s Tetris game immediately after an upsetting event can lower the number of flashbacks.
A $26 million visitors center complex at the Flight 93 National Memorial will be dedicated and open to the public Sept. 10, a day before the 14th anniversary of the terror attacks.
The Dallas Holocaust Museum/Center for Education and Tolerance reached out to first responders on Thursday as it launched a new exhibit about 9/11.
A 63-year-old businessman inspired by the heroism of firefighters during 9/11 has chosen to honor them by amassing a $1million collection of 450 firetrucks. Andrew Leider started purchasing old fire trucks 13 years ago after working with firefighters during the terrorist attack.
Before the bullets and bloodshed in the movie theater, Stefan Moton was a teenager who did push-ups and boxing exercises in his bedroom, his dreams fixed on becoming a mixed martial arts fighter. Now, his goals are humbler: Strengthen the sections of his upper body that he can still move.
New research reveals that the effects of PTSD can go beyond the mind - and put women's hearts and brains at risk.
There will be an official groundbreaking Wednesday for a Sept. 11 memorial sculpture at the County Justice center in Doylestown. The Renew. Resolve. Remember. sculpture, which will incorporate an I-beam from the World Trade Center, is being gifted to Bucks County by the Travis Manion Foundation.
The 9/11 Never Forget Mobile Exhibit will be open for viewing in the Sylvan Beach Village Park beginning Sunday. The exhibit, which was created in 2013 by the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation, is a tribute to all whose lives were sacrificed on Sept.
One of the world’s most recognizable leaders will visit the 9/11 Memorial and Museum in September. Pope Francis will visit on Sept. 25, 2015 to pay his respects to the victims of 9/11 and meet with local religious leaders from across many faiths.
Leaders of a chapel near ground zero that became a sanctuary of consolation after the terrorist attacks are launching two national writing competitions to foster reconciliation, including one that will allow the winner to deliver an original sermon on Sept. 11.
National Park Service officials say a $26 million visitor's center complex at the Flight 93 National Memorial will open on Sept. 10 -- a day before the 14th anniversary of the terrorist attacks whose victims it honors.
Just below the gleam of the towering One World Trade skyscraper that now anchors New York City lies an intersection, at the corner of Greenwich and Fulton streets, where the Twin Towers once stood, and once fell.
Three decades on, the RCMP says its investigation into the Air India bombing - the worst terrorist act in Canadian history - remains "active and ongoing." On June 23, 1985, an explosion ripped apart Air India Flight 182 en route to New Delhi, killing all 329 people aboard, most of them Canadians
Mark Rossini, a former FBI special agent at the center of an enduring mystery related to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, says he is “appalled” by the newly declassified statements by former CIA Director George Tenet defending the spy agency’s efforts to detect and stop the plot.
Vin Doherty can recall many stories from Sept. 11, 2001 - ones that come from personal experiences and others told to him by close friends. The retired New York City firefighter shared his memories of being a first responder during the Sept.
Salvatore “Sal” Cassano, retired fire commissioner of the New York City Fire Department, will return to the World Trade Center site on Saturday June 20, 2015 as a special guest for the 9/11 Memorial Museum’s Stories & Art program. On Sept.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Zacarias Toro lost his long and valiant battle with cancer June 14 while surrounded by his family in New York. Deputy Toro’s cancer resulted directly from exposures while responding to the World Trade Center attacks on Sept.
Hundreds of New York City firefighters and others suffering from 9/11-related illnesses are headed to Washington on Thursday to testify at a hearing to renew the Zadroga Act.