In video, first responders tell of 9/11, aftermath

Anthony Yacapino was sitting at home, watching a Bugs Bunny cartoon in 2004 when he felt the first signs of post-traumatic stress disorder. "My heart felt like it was leaping out of my chest. I thought I was dying. It was seriously scary," he recalls.

Friday - 08/05/2011, 03:33pm EDT

9/11 memorial short on funds, foundation offers help

With five weeks left until the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, organizers of a national memorial to the passengers and crew of United Airlines Flight 93 are still $10 million short of a $62 million fundraising goal.

Thursday - 08/04/2011, 05:16am EDT

Some Sept. 11 families became peace activists

David Potorti recalls his mother's pain when his brother Jim was killed in the World Trade Center. Clutching her stomach, she cried out: "Jim. Jim. Jim."

Wednesday - 08/03/2011, 03:21am EDT

Post-9/11, biggest terror threat is underground

It's the morning rush in the Times Square subway station, a routine convergence of humanity and mass transit that makes New York City hum. Mixing seamlessly with subway riders are New York Police Department officers with heavy body armor and high-powered rifles, commanders in blue NYPD polo shirts carrying smart phone-size radiation detectors and a panting police dog named Sabu.

Monday - 07/18/2011, 04:36pm EDT
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