Retired flight attendant pushes beverage cart in memory of 9/11 flight crews
Paul Veneto is a retired flight attendant who is still pushing a beverage cart, but this time it's not on an airplane. "I'm pushing this beverage cart from Newark airport to Shanksville Pennsylvania," he said. The Boston native pushes the beverage cart entirely on foot. More.
WNY families of 9/11 victims react to possible plotters plea deal
The families of Margaret Walier Seeliger and Leonard Castrianno say the pain is still very real more than two decades on. But, they have differing views on the possibility of the suspected 9/11 architects escaping the death penalty. More.
Families of 9/11 victims outraged over possible plea deals with alleged attack planners
Family members of those killed on Sept. 11, 2001, are outraged after receiving a letter from the Pentagon advising that prosecutors are considering plea agreements with the suspected mastermind of the 9/11 attack and four other defendants. CBS News congressional correspondent Scott MacFarlane reports from Washington. More.
Father continues to seek justice for his son who died on 9/11
The corner of Shore Parkway and Bay 8th Street in Dyker Heights bears the name of firefighter Jimmy Riches who died Sept. 11, 2001 — just a day before his 30th birthday. More.
Unity through Service: Honor 9/11 Day
The September 11 attacks are an unforgettable part of our history. Many lost their lives on this devastating day, and more than 20 years later, we continue to remember and honor the sacrifices made by uniting through service and volunteerism in our communities. More.
9/11 Heroes Run returning to Bryant Commons
The Travis Manion Foundation, a national organization that supports veterans and families of fallen servicemembers, will be bringing the 9/11 Heroes Run back to the Coastal Georgia community. Since 2008, between September and October, the foundation puts on running events across the country to honor the sacrifices made by those who served during the events of 9/11 and after. More.
9/11 terrorist suspects could avoid death penalty amid plea negotiations: Letter to families
The alleged architect of the September 11, 2001 attack and several other defendants could avoid the death penalty under plea agreements being considered, according to a letter to families from the Pentagon and FBI. More.
Bernards Township To Hold 9/11 Ceremony at Harry Dunham Park Memorial
The Township of Bernards has invited the public to join and attend a memorial service to honor and remember township residents and other first responders who lost their lives during the Sept. 11, 2001 terroristic attack. More.