Gov. Abbott Calls For Texas-Wide Moment Of Silence To Honor Victims Of 9/11 AttacksGov. Greg Abbott has also ordered Texas flags across the state to be lowered to half-staff on Friday.
Retired North Texas Pilot Recalls Flying During 9/11 AttacksIt was Sept. 11, 2001 and Beverly Bass had no way of knowing that the storm had already arrived. She was over the North Atlantic — en route to DFW from Paris. It was in the days before social media and when cell phones were rare, so another pilot delivered the devastating news.
Fort Worth Council Considers Purchasing Barriers To Protect CrowdsFort Worth could be getting ready to spend money on measures meant to prevent a certain type of terrorist attack.
New York Governor Says Truck Attack Suspect Was Radicalized In U.S.The Uzbek immigrant accused of mowing down people along a bike path near the World Trade Center.
18 Injured In Bomb Blast On London Commuter Train There was panic Friday morning at a London Underground train station after an explosion on a train left "a number" of people injured in an apparent bombing attempt which may have failed, at least partially.
Trump Suggests Iran Shares Some Blame For Terror AttacksPresident Donald Trump is suggesting that Iran shares some of the blame for twin terrorist attacks on its parliament and a shrine. He is insisting that those who sponsor terrorism "risk falling victim to the evil they promote."
President Trump Calls British PM May To Offer Condolences For AttackThe White House says President Donald Trump has spoken to Britain's head of government about the latest terrorist attack
Officer Honored For Actions During Attack At Texas Cartoon ContestOne of the officers hailed as a hero for his actions stopping the gunmen during a terror attack at a Muhammad Art Exhibit in North Texas is being honored today.
Judge Rules That Feds Can Seize San Bernardino Killers' Life Insurance MoneyA judge says the government can seize money from life insurance policies taken out by a shooter in the San Bernardino, California, terrorist attack.
Bodies Removed From Club After Worst Mass Shooting In U.S. HistoryDozens of bodies were slowly removed overnight from a popular Orlando gay club after a gunman sprayed the helpless crowd with bullets in violence that killed 50 people and devastated a city famous for family-friendly theme parks.
Search Underway For EgyptAir Flight That Disappeared From RadarAn EgyptAir flight went off radar early Thursday and is considered missing.
Officials Confirm 2 U.S. Residents Dead In Brussels AttacksA brother and sister who had been living in New York and were among those missing following the terrorist attacks in Brussels, Belgium, were killed in the attacks.
Military Judge Calls Hearing In 2009 Fort Hood Gunman's CaseA military judge has called a hearing in the case of the Army psychiatrist sentenced to death for gunning down 13 people at Fort Hood six years ago.
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.
Texas Congressman Propose Benefits For Fort Hood Shooting VictimsThree Texas Congressmen have proposed legislation in both the U.S. House of Representatives and U.S. Senate that would give Fort Hood shooting victims the same benefits as soldiers who have been the victim of terrorist attacks.