Just as the first responders rushed into the burning towers without a thought for their own safety, FDNY EMS paramedics are putting their lives on the line for COVID-19 patients.
I was in the Bush White House after 9/11. When Americans called, we didn’t ask which party they were in or whether they liked the president.
Obama was set to try the Sept. 11 co-conspirators in Manhattan. Bloomberg backed it—until cops and real-estate developers turned closure for an atrocity into a NIMBY concern.
Trump says he hates endless wars, but the Soleimani hit writ large shows why he hasn’t ended them. He’s the ultimate expression of impulses that have consumed the U.S. since 9/11.
Those who once crusaded against terrorists now spin stories to protect their political favorites. It’s a dangerous game.
I’ve watched as some of the FBI’s best agents drank the Trump Kool-Aid and turned against their former companions in the counterterror trenches. One reason: Clinton hatred.
The Golden Globe winner talks playing a CIA agent who oversaw gruesome interrogations, how she feels about the end of “The Affair,” and playing someone, for once, you root against.