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Video: Last 9/11 Search-and-Rescue Dog Dies in Texas at 16
Last 9/11 Search-and-Rescue Dog Dies in Texas at 16
Video: Last 9/11 Search-and-Rescue Dog Dies in Texas at 16
Suspected D.C. Killer Had Anger Issues

Suspected D.C. Killer Had Anger Issues

Slain suspected Washington Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis suffered from "anger management problems" his family feared was linked to participating in rescue attempts of Sept. 11, 2001 victims, according to a police report.

September 16, 2013

Fighters Scrambled After Airline Bathroom Incidents

The "suspicious" activity of passengers on two Sunday flights heading to D.C. and Detroit brought bomb squads, police response, and the scrambling of fighter jets on the 10-year anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.

September 12, 2011

Chicago Police Dogs Named After 9/11 Responders

Officer Nick Spencer's black Labrador retriever Ggillis (with the extra "g") is named after Sgt. Rodney Gillis, an NYPD sergeant who was killed after racing into the World Trade Center.

September 9, 2011

9/11: Could a WMD Attack Happen Here?

9/11: Could a WMD Attack Happen Here?

If you're telling yourself that a WMD attack could never happen in your town because it's too small or too remote, look around. Is there a chemical plant? What hazardous materials are rolling down the road? What kinds of toxins come through town on the rails? What's at the local Home Depot? What's at the local pool supply store?

September 1, 2011

9/11: WMD Preparedness Now

9/11: WMD Preparedness Now

One of the reasons that agencies are more complacent about WMD training now than immediately after 9/11 is the economics of the issue. Training costs money and pulls officers off the line. Another reason that WMD training is unpopular at many agencies is that it's not by any means a pleasant thing to do.

September 1, 2011

Mission First Tactical Releases 9/11 Memorial T-Shirt

All proceeds from the sale will go to the Thomas J. Valentine Memorial Fund that provides financial support for the widows and children of fallen warriors, the Navy SEAL Foundation, and Families of September 11.

August 19, 2011

Law Enforcement Urges Vigilance After Killing of Bin Laden

Law Enforcement Urges Vigilance After Killing of Bin Laden

Following the killing of bin Laden, Homeland Security briefings urged law enforcement agencies to remain alert for any potential retaliatory strikes. Law enforcement leaders who spoke publicly made it clear they weren't aware of any specific threats.

May 2, 2011

Obama Signs 9/11 Health Bill

Obama took time out of his Hawaiian vacation on Sunday to sign the law that provides $4.3 billion in health benefits to the first responders, including NYPD officers, of the 9/11 attacks.

January 3, 2011

First Responders Cheer Passage of 9/11 Health Bill

New York police and fire responders who developed health ailments as a result of their exposure to the toxic fumes, dust and smoke of ground zero lauded the passage of the 9/11 health bill once named for an NYPD detective.

December 23, 2010

Supreme Court Won't Hear 9/11 Families Appeal

The U.S. Supreme Court has rejected an appeal from the some of the families of 9/11 victims over the treatment of remains from unidentified victims of the terrorist attacks.

October 4, 2010

9/11 Family Leader Rails Against President Obama Over Gitmo Closing, Handling of Terror Prosecutions

The Justice Department's recent plea agreement with Ali Saleh al-Marri should be of grave concern to those who believe the Obama administration will vigorously prosecute terrorists in the federal court system. Al-Marri was sent to the U.S. on Sept. 10, 2001, by KSM to carry out cyanide bomb attacks. He faces up to a 15-year sentence, but will be allowed to argue that the sentence should be satisfied by the seven years he has been in custody.

May 8, 2009

The State of American Law Enforcement - Stopping the Next 9/11

The State of American Law Enforcement - Stopping the Next 9/11

Experts say you deserve praise for being willing to withstand ridicule and even let bad guys win in court to prevent attacks. "If you ask me what law enforcement has done best since 9/11 is that they are stopping these plots in the beginning stages before they go operational," says E.J. Kimball, managing director of terrorism expert Steven Emerson's Investigative Project on Terrorism.

September 1, 2008

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