The president, members of Congress and the armed forces honored the victims of Sept. 11, 2001 at services across Washington, D.C., on Wednesday.
Senior Correspondent Mike Causey says we see the best of people and the government, even as politicians continue to wheel and deal with a government shutdown as the ultimate threat.
The Justice Department program Congress set up to compensate first responders and others injured or disabled by exposure to toxic substances at theSept. 11 terrorist attacks is still getting new claims.
Eric Fanning, the secretary of the Army, said last week that he’s ordered a new initiative designed to reduce time-consuming requirements directed by Department of the Army headquarters, particularly with regard to training.
A look back at the five- and 10- and 15-year ceremonies remembering the 184 people who died at the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001.
An IRS employee tells Senior Correspondent Mike Causey he was on the customer service toll free line assisting taxpayers when the first tower was hit.
A U.S. embassy employee tells Senior Correspondent Mike Causey what is was like to like to experience the events of 9/11 from overseas.
An IRS employee tells Senior Correspondent Mike Causey what is was like celebrating his 40th birthday on Sept. 11, 2001.
A retired Army officer tells Senior Correspondent Mike Causey what is was like evacuating the Pentagon during the events of 9/11.
A U.S. Customs working in the Ronald Reagan Building tells Senior Correspondent Mike Causey what it was like when he first got the call about the attacks on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon.
A Justice Department employee based in Falling Waters, West Virginia tells Senior Correspondent Mike Causey the moment he realized the enormity of what he was seeing on TV.
A Treasury Department employee tells Senior Correspondent Mike Causey what it was like on 9/11 after having just moved to D.C.