Andrea Germanos, staff writer
Former Attorney General John Ashcroft, pictured here in 2010, is among the officials the nation's high court has said cannot be sued for his role in the unconstitutional detention of a group of non-U.S. citizens swept up in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
'This decision regrettably provides constitutional immunity for some of the most high-level officials responsible for gross abuses in the aftermath of September 11,' said ACLU's Hina Shamsi.
Nadia Prupis, staff writer
'The Constitution is clear: The American people deserve a voice on matters of...
Lauren McCauley, staff writer
During the demonstration, which was organized in part by The Interfaith Center of New York and September 11th Families for Peaceful Tomorrows, protesters chanted "Let them in!" Some held signs that read "Not In Our Names" while others carried pictures of their lost loved ones. (Photo via Donna Lieberman/ Facebook)
"Our loved ones can never be replaced and September 11th has forever changed...


In an intrepid effort to get Congress and a shameless Mitch McConnell to act like human beings this once, Jon Stewart is pushing to refund the Zadroga Act, created to care for the many 9/11 first responders now deathly ill from working at Ground Zero. From somber to impassioned to goofy - cue Jonald Trump - Stewart has rallied, chased legislators, urged a Twitter campaign, and revisited TV to declare, “The people of Congress are not as good (as) the people who are first responders.”