- NYC exhibition: Tintype portraits of 9/11 Mohawk ironworkers
NEW YORK (AP) — A New York City exhibition is presenting tintype portraits of 30 Mohawk ironworkers who helped in the 9/11 rescue efforts and the construction of One World Trade Center.
- Terrorism Risk Insurance seems like a good bet to Las Vegas
LAS VEGAS (AP) — In its first week back at work, there was one thing virtually all of Congress could agree on: Las Vegas casinos and other large commercial businesses should be protected financially from a major terrorist attack.
- 9/11 fund OKs payments of $804 million to 3,000 claimants
NEW YORK (AP) — The compensation program for people with health problems related to the Sept. 11 terror attacks says it has approved payments of $804 million to 3,100 claimants.
- Islamic cleric gets life in plot to kidnap tourists in Yemen
NEW YORK (AP) — An Egyptian-born cleric who turned a London mosque into a training ground for extremist Islamists was sent to prison for life on Friday by a judge who cited his lack of remorse for "barbaric" acts that included aiding kidnappers who killed four tourists in Yemen in 1998 and sending two men to the United States to open a terrorist training camp in Oregon.
- Europe's nightmare: Terror threats both large and small
LONDON (AP) — The military-style attack in Paris has made clear that Europe faces an evolving, ever-more complex terror threat no longer dominated by a few big players.