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‘The Lost Calls of 9/11’ reveals never-before-heard calls from one of the darkest days in US history

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"This is an amazing story because we will go over hundreds, if not thousands of stories over the next couple of days that we've all heard and we're very familiar with," ‘Lost Calls’ host Hemmer told "Fox & Friend...

9/11 20 years later: Survivors still seek justice while Taliban retakes Afghanistan

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Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the alleged al Qaeda mastermind behind the attacks, and four other accomplices detained at Guantanamo Bay appeared in court for the first time in over a year this week for pretrial hearings fo...

9/11 attacks had unique impact on former Patriots Super Bowl champ Joe Andruzzi

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Andruzzi – a three-time Super Bowl champion with the Patriots – had three brothers who were New York City firefighters and his father was a New York City policeman. Andruzzi’s brother Jimmy was a first responder at t...

9/11 expert on the ‘accidents of history’ aboard Flight 93 that saved countless lives

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In the years since 9/11, the hijacking of Flight 93 has been overshadowed by the other hijacked flights that crashed into the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.    Flight 93 National Memorial in Shanksville, Penns...

9/11 families tell Biden to stay away from memorial service if he doesn’t authorize release of records related to attacks

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More than 1,600 people affected by the September 11 attacks are asking President Joe Biden to refrain from coming to Ground Zero to mark the 20th anniversary of the event unless he releases documents and information...

9/11 family member says Biden’s ‘silence is deafening’ as docs purport to show Saudi tie to attacks

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In October 2020, Biden wrote in a letter that families like that of Brett Eagleson "are right to seek the full truth and accountability" and that he would direct the Justice Department to "personally examine the meri...

9/11 family that watched Khalid Sheik Mohammad trial in 2009 at Guantanamo Bay hopes for verdict

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Retired U.S. Air Force Lt. Col. Don Arias watched the beginning of Mohammed's trial from behind a thick pane of glass with his sister in 2009 at Guantanamo Bay in Cuba. He remembers attorneys arguing over whether the...

9/11 made spy dramas like ’24’ and ‘Alias’ scramble. But not for long

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The Sept. 11 terror attacks that rippled through US society and culture 20 years ago also disrupted the fall TV season that was about to begin. While all of television pondered how to respond, those events particula...

9/11 mastermind, 4 other Guantanamo Bay detainees seen smiling during first group court appearance in 500 days

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The five detainees appeared in court together, smiling and in an apparently jovial mood, for the first time in 500 days due delays brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.  Mohammed and his co-defendants are charged w...

9/11 memorial excludes first responders, survivors on 20th anniversary

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A ceremony next month to honor those killed 20 years ago on Sept. 11 will be limited to family members of the fallen, after organizers decided first responders, survivors and others wouldn’t be invited to the milesto...

9/11 monument builder describes outpouring of support after vandal defaces memorial to Twin Towers

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"We had spent probably the last month planning and building these towers, the memorial to show our community that we care, that we want to support those who lost their lives and those who gave their lives to save the...

9/11 pilot’s sister: Hearing Bush quotes responding to attacks ‘fills me with rage’ at Joe Biden

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Debra Burlingame's brother, Charles "Chic" Burlingame, was the pilot of American Airlines Flight 77, bound from Dulles, Va., to Los Angeles on that Tuesday morning when a gang of terrorists led by Hani Hanjour hijack...

9/11 was ‘such a sad, emotional time,’ Giants coach Jason Garrett recalls

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New York Giants offensive coordinator Jason Garrett recalled the emotional time in the New York and New Jersey area in the aftermath of the attacks. Garrett was a backup to Giants starting quarterback Kerry Collins w...

A bravery award named after known racist gets new name to honor 9/11 hero

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The New York City Fire Department announced the renaming of a department medal of valor, citing the "deeply racist beliefs" of the award's first namesake. The James Gordon Bennett Medal first awarded in 1869 was na...

A federal hearing was interrupted with images of 9/11 and pornography

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A federal court hearing held on Zoom about Georgia's use of electronic voting machines was interrupted suddenly when screens suddenly filled with photos of the 9/11 attacks and pornography. The disturbance happened...

A planned 9/11 military flyover in NYC was canceled after widespread backlash

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A military flyover set for Friday afternoon, which was met with criticism from New York politicians for its timing on the anniversary of 9/11, was canceled. The flyover was scheduled to occur at 3:30 p.m. ET Friday ...

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