"Hard Choices" offers an exquisitely lawyerly version of Benghazi that is less inaccurate than some Republican accounts.
The museum, which opened to the public this month, has drawn criticism for its gift shop and a planned cafe.
NEW YORK (AP) — An Egyptian Islamic preacher whose fiery sermons before and after 9/11 attracted extremists to his London mosque was convicted Monday in a trial...
Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi appointed five Democratic members new select committee
President Barack Obama was in New York on Thursday to mark the long-delayed opening of a museum and memorial dedicated to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks nearly...
For 4,617 days (and counting) cameras trained on ground zero captured the resilience of a nation
The unidentified remains of victims killed in the September 11 attacks at the World Trade Center were returned to the site Saturday morning
CIA analysts relied on news reports of protests in Benghazi, fueling the scandal and revealing the agency's continuing struggle to accurately collect and assess...
Three skydivers, who are facing felony criminal charges, did admit to spending four hours atop the World Trade Center before parachuting into the night, which...
Charged with conspiring to kill more Americans after 9/11
CIA officials paid Polish intelligence $15 million for use of secret prison, says Washington Post
Certain Republicans--the neo-conservative war hawk faction--have spent the past year or so trying to blow the tragic deaths at the U.S. Consulate in Benghazi on...
Multiple requests for extra security went unheeded, says Senate Intelligence Committee report
Two New Jersey men failed to donate any of the $50,000 they received from selling t-shirts
Al Qaeda was not involved; "Innocence of Muslims" video motivated the initial assault
Bush-era Terrorist Surveillance Program evolved into the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act
A quiet but profound second-term shift on terrorism
The New York financial firm, which lost 658 employees on 9/11, agreed to settle its lawsuit for $135 million
Want answers on Benghazi, Fed books
(MIDDLEBURY, Vt.) — A Vermont college student who removed American flags set up to commemorate the Sept. 11 attacks has been suspended for a year. Middlebury...