TX Sen. Cornyn Defends Position On 9/11 First Responders' BenefitsTexas Senator John Cornyn on Monday responded to a question about what message Congress is sending to the September 11, 2001 First Responders by allowing their medical benefits to expire.
Dallas Exhibit Honors Memories Of September 11thJesuit College Prep has opened its doors to the Ground Zero 360 exhibit. Artifacts of the deceased and memories of the survivors are on display.
"First Pitch" To Premiere In DallasIt's pretty rare when politics and sports can combine to bring us a pivotal moment in American History. A new film is coming out that captures one such moment and JD Ryan is Around Town at the premiere
Financial Firm Cantor Fitzgerald Settling 9/11 Suit With American AirlinesNew York-based financial services firm Cantor Fitzgerald says it has nearly completed a deal with American Airlines and insurance carriers to settle a lawsuit it brought after the Sept. 11 attacks killed 658 of its 1,000 employees.
Blind Author Shares Message Of Hope, MisconceptionsHingson was able to function normally when the world was far from normal in New York on September 11, 2001.
9/11 Anniversary Remembrances DifferOn the 11th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks, some memorials were different this year.
Sept. 11, 2001: My Top 10 CBS ContemplationsSince 9/11 I’ve never looked at a uniformed officer, firefighter or soldier the same. Thanks to all the first responders, then and now.
Doctor: Talking With Kids About 9/11 Anniversary ImportantMany believe America lost its innocence on September 11, 2001. Now a decade later a new generation, still innocent in many ways, is learning about the day that changed the way we live.
Denton Resident Reflects On His Memory Of 9/11If you were anywhere near a television set on September 11, 2001, it's likely you haven't forgotten the sights and sounds from that terrible day. Ed Nancarrow was working in an office on the 96th floor of the World Trade Center Tower Two that day.