In what's become a grim and somber ritual for Americans, citizens will gather Tuesday to mark the 11th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, in which Islamic extremists killed nearly 3,000 people.
Thousands are expected to come together in New York City, Washington, DC and Pennsylvania to pay their respects.
Donna Summer passed away a little over 24 hours ago, and already, some sensational stories surrounding her death are popping up. It’s being reported that the ‘Last Dance’ singer and queen of disco believed she contracted lung cancer from inhaling the toxic air that hovered over New York City in the wake of the 9/11 tragedy.
On Wednesday, tennis star Serena Williams had a fright after security cameras picked up what she thought was someone trying to break in to her Los Angeles home. In the heat of the moment, she barricaded herself in a panic room and called the authorities.
As we observe the 10th Anniversary of 9/11, it's important to remember that some of the information that will be passed on electronically and presented as fact will in fact be nothing more than speculation, rumor, and sadly, in some cases, outright fabrication. Rich Buhler, creator of TruthOrFiction.com, has dedicated himself to separating fact from fiction and reminds us that, especially during this emotional time, we should be careful what we choose to believe and, more importantly, what we choose to pass on to our friends and family without checking the facts beforehand.
Don’t get caught up and overspend on 9/11 mementos
The Better Business Bureau advises caution when purchasing 9/11 memorabilia this coming weekend which sees the country observing the 10th anniversary of that fateful day.
VICTORIA, Texas – With the 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks approaching, Better Business Bureau is advising consumers that the value of most memorabilia and
Drinking can cloud your thinking, which may explain why a Farmington, Connecticut man came up with a pretty boneheaded idea.
Authorities say Daniel Vagnini beat himself up to prove to police he had been assaulted to get out of being charged with drunken driving last Saturday.
Someone buy John Calvery a dictionary because he needs to learn the definition of "emergency."
According to cfnews13.com, police in Port Orange, Florida arrested the 57-year-old man last Friday after he called 911 about 80 times in a five-hour period. Authorities said he dialed in once every three minutes.