Minorities Were Targeted in ‘Revenge Attacks’ Following September 11 [VIDEO]
In the weeks and months following the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, many Americans became more patriotic. They tied yellow ribbons around trees, raised the flag, donated blood and enlisted in the military. Others, however, decided to seek revenge, and because their targets were so far away, they opted to hurt anyone who appeared to fit a specific profile. In the past 10 years, the FBI has investi
Texas Officials Call for Additional Help as Wildfires Spread [VIDEO]
Forest service officials are calling on firefighters from outside agencies to help battle fast-moving wildfires in Texas. In the past week, the fires have destroyed more than 1,000 homes.
What Do Americans Think About Sacrificing Rights to Fight Terrorism After 9/11?
The terror attacks on Sept. 11, 2001 left an indelible mark on Americans. But even as the first responders climbed through the rubble in New York, Washington, DC and Pennsylvania, the country embarked on a “War on Terror.” With that war came years of conflict in Afghanistan and Iraq, indefinite detention of terror suspects without charges or trial, enhanced interrogation techniques, extraordinary
The World Trade Center Cross May Become a National Monument
Can a country of Christians, Jews, Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus, Unitarians, Wiccans, Pagans, Native Americans, Agnostics and atheists view a cross as a national symbol? That’s the question New Yorkers will soon have to answer.
Al Qaeda Losing Power, US Counterterrorism Chief Says
The White House has found the right formula to fight al Qaeda, Homeland Security and counterterrorism advisor John Brennan said.
Britain’s Prince Harry to Train at US Military Bases This Fall
Prince Harry, or Capt. Harry Wales as he is known to his friends, will spend two months in America training on Apache helicopter gunships.
Hurricane Irene Clean-Up Begins, Despite FEMA Funding Concerns [VIDEO]
Hurricane Irene may end up being one of the 10 costliest catastrophes in U.S. history. Industry experts currently put the storm’s damage at $7 billion to $10 billion; however, much of that destruction may not be covered by insurance because it was caused by flooding and not winds. Flooding is often excluded from standard insurance policies.
US Military Suffers Deadliest Month in Afghanistan in August with 66 Fatalities
August was officially the deadliest month for US troops fighting in the nearly decade-long war in Afghanistan.