Friday marks 14 years since the 9/11 attacks. ABC News Radio plans extensive coverage of observances. 2,983 people died 9/11/01 when militants linked to al-Qaida hijacked four planes, crashing two into the World Trade Center in New York and one into the Pentagon, before the fourth was brought down in a field near Shanksville, PA. President Barack Obama, First Lady Michelle Obama and White House staff observe a moment of silence at the White House to mark the 14th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks, White House, Washington, DC. President Obama later travels to Fort Meade, where he meets with service members.
A disapproval measure on the Iran deal has failed to proceed in the Senate, but majority leader Mitch McConnell plans another vote.
A Florida man faces up to 20 years in Federal prison. Authorities say he's suspected of helping plan an attack on an upcoming 9/11 memorial in Missouri. 20-year-old Joshua Goldberg faces charges that include distributing info on how to make a pressure cooker bomb packed with rat poison.
Gov. Scott Walker says the US should not be taking in any more Syrian refugees. Hillary Clinton goes after Walker on his home turf. Vice President Biden gets emotional on the Late Show as he talked about his late son Beau.
The US now says it will take in 10-thousand Syrian refugees next year. The crisis continues, with tens of thousands of migrants escaping their Middle East homelands into Europe
SC POLICE SHOOTING
The former policeman accused of murdering an unarmed man as he ran away remains in jail while a judge considers his request to be released on bond. Former police officer Michael Slager is accused of fatally shooting Walter Scott during a traffic stop in North Charleston, South Carolina, in April.
AZ HIGHWAY SHOOTINGS
Fear around Phoenix as police try to catch a possible serial shooter. Now 11 vehicles have been hit by projectiles... Many confirmed to have been bullets.
Search and rescue operations continue north of Tokyo. Three people have died and 23 others are missing. The weather has cleared up in the Kanto plain and regions affected easing rescue efforts. Thousands have evacuated to temporary shelters and some may still be waiting for help. Rescue workers from Japan’s Self-Defense Force personnel, police and firefighters are taking part in the operation. 40 helicopters are supporting them.
New York City Police Commissioner Bill Bratton spoke by phone to tennis star James Blake and said he personally apologized for Wednesday's errant arrest. Blake accepted the apology but his agent said he would not be satisfied until the officers involved are held accountable.
Rain delayed the women's singles semifinals at the US Open, so top seed Serena Williams faces Italian Roberta Vinci Friday morning. American Williams, 33, is two victories away from becoming tennis' first calendar-year Grand Slam winner since Steffi Graf in 1988.