9/11 Commission News
Congress To Attempt Override Presidential Veto of 9/11 Saudi Bill
Congress is expecting to override President Obama's veto of the 9/11 Saudi Bill, which would allow victims' families to the sue the Saudi government for its ties to terrorism.
Congress Prepares To Override Obama's 9/11 Veto
The president vetoed a bill allowing 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia in U.S. courts.
Congress Approves a Bill to Allow Families of 9/11 Victims to Sue Saudi Arabia
Two days and before the anniversary of September 11 congress approved a bill to allow families of the 9/11 victims to sue a Saudi Arabia in American courts the bill has been sent to President Obama who is expected to veto it now fifteen of the nineteen hijackers. We're Saudi ad lot of 9/11
Many Americans Are Wondering about the State of Security on the Anniversary of 9/11
This fifteenth anniversary of 9/11 and many of us are wondering about the state. Our nation's security what is now ABC news contributor Ray Kelly was former commissioner of NYPD good morning sir thank morning then. Sid the chairman and vice chairman of the 9/11 commission wrote an op Ed. And which
Behind the 28 Pages: Questions About an Alleged Saudi Spy and the CIA
[ Richard Clarke served as the national coordinator for counterterrorism on the White House National Security Council during Bill Clinton’s and George W. Bush’s administrations and was in the role before, during and after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks. He is now an ABC News consultant.] The recently
US Declassifies Secret 9/11 Documents Known as the '28 Pages'
The U.S. intelligence community has officially lifted the veil on 28 classified pages from the first congressional investigation into the 9/11 terror attacks that some believe, once exposed, could demonstrate a support network inside the United States for two of those al-Qaeda hijackers. Today, the
CIA Director John Brennan Warns Against Release of 28 Pages of 9/11 Report
Releasing a classified section of the congressional investigation into the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on the United States would be a mistake, according to Central Intelligence Agency Director John Brennan. There is a growing debate on whether to declassify 28 pages of the 2002 report, but
Federal ID Rules Could Make It Harder to Board Your Plane
Depending on what state you’re from, beginning in January 2018, your driver’s license may no longer be enough to get you through airport security. Starting Jan. 22, 2018, passengers with driver’s licenses issued by a state not in compliance with, or under an extension of, the REAL ID Act -- a 2005
Unprecedented CIA Release of Presidential Daily Briefs From 1960s
The first mention of what would develop into the Cuban Missile Crisis in October 1962 began as a footnote in the Aug. 4 edition of what would eventually be known as the President’s Daily Brief. “Eleven soviet merchant ships are on their way to Havana and we strongly suspect they are carrying arms,”
French Train Attack a Reminder of US Railroad Vulnerability
Days after three Americans subdued an AK-47-wielding gunman on a Paris-bound commuter train, Amtrak, one of America’s largest passenger rail companies, is reassuring travelers in the states that the carrier is taking security seriously. “Amtrak has implemented a number of security initiatives to