A panel finds torture made a 9/11 defendant psychotic. A judge will rule whether he can stand trial
A military medical panel has concluded that one of the five 9/11 defendants held at Guantanamo Bay has been rendered delusional and psychotic by the torture he underwent years ago while in CIA custody.
Get The Details on The Inaugural 'Battle of the Badges' Baseball Game Honoring 9/11 first Responders
On the daily, our Houston Firefighters and Police work together to help people in times of need. But at the inaugural ‘Battle of the Badges’ baseball game our first responders face off in a friendly rivalry to honor a great cause. The match is in honoring 9/11 first responders. There will be a silent auction, vendors, raffles, and entertainment with proceeds being divided between Fallen HFD Firefighter Chase Fleming and injured Harris County Sherrif’s Deputy Joseph Anderson. Get tickets at RiceOwls.com/battleofthebadges. Watch the video above and see what Houston Police Officer Malik Jefferson and Houston Firefighter Michael Banda have to say about why this game means so much them as first responders.
On the 85th Floor of Tower One When Terror Struck
“Always Remember to Never Forget,” said Billy Forney of September 11, 2001. In the video above, Forney talks through what is was like in the moments following the first plane hitting Tower One of The World Trade Center. He said there where two times that day he was sure he would die.
Harris, DeSantis and Giuliani are among politicians marking Sept. 11 terror attacks at ground zero
Vice President Kamala Harris, Republican presidential candidate and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani joined New York politicians and mourners at a 9/11 memorial ceremony at ground zero Monday.