Voices of September 11th has announced that New Canaan resident, Bonnie McEneaney McNamara was elected as chair of the board, after serving as a board member since its inception in 2002.
Retired Air Force Lt. Col. Donald Arias said on Monday that the families who lost loved ones in Friday's shooting at Naval Air Station Pensacola in Florida deserve full disclosure about what happened.
On the feast of Saint Nicholas, December 6, 2019, Archbishop Elpidophoros, head of the Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America visited the construction site of Saint Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church & National Shrine at the World Trade Center.
Vincent DeMarino, a retired NYPD deputy chief who raced to Ground Zero after the World Trade Center attacks, has died of 9/11-related cancer, relatives and colleagues said. He was 61.
Georgia, a former Soviet republic that shares much with Ukraine, has its own corruption scandal. It doesn’t involve a former US vice president, his family or the sale of energy assets.
A gunman killed three people and injured several others at a naval air station in Pensacola, Florida, on Friday, marking the second deadly shooting at a military base this week.
Two hundred fire fighters have now reportedly died from illnesses related to the September 11th attacks, according to a charitable organization that assists 9/11 first responders with medical needs not covered by insurance.
Federal officials are considering requiring that all travelers — including American citizens — be photographed as they enter or leave the country as part of an identification system using facial-recognition technology.
Allan Gerson, a lawyer whose novel case against Libya in connection with the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland, in 1988 paved the way for lawsuits in American courts against states that sponsor terror attacks, died on Sunday at his home in Washington. He was 74.
In speaking to many of the more than 10,000 Ground Zero responders I represented in their lawsuit against the City of New York and its contractors for the injuries and ailments they suffered as a result of working on the cleanup of Ground Zero, I was struck over and over again by their selflessne
The 9/11 al-Qaeda attacks stirred the United States and its allies to respond with a “war on terror” that continues to play out today.
Allan Gerson, a Washington lawyer and legal scholar who helped pioneer the practice of suing foreign governments in U.S. courts for complicity in terrorism, representing victims’ families in the aftermath of the Lockerbie bombing and the 9/11 terrorist attacks, died Dec.
Children of 9/11 first responders sickened by illnesses from Ground Zero recovery work will be eligible for a scholarship in memory of hero cop Luis Alvarez.
The Department of Homeland Security’s inspector general is investigating whether agency officials retaliated against a whistleblower who criticized cybersecurity lapses in the nation’s bioterrorism defense program.
In 1614 early Dutch settlers of Manhattan landed on the shoreline of the Hudson River near what is today Greenwich Street, just east of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.
September 11, 2001 marks the unfathomable day where members of the terrorist organization al-Qaeda hijacked four airplanes.
Weekend PATH service between the World Trade Center and Newark Penn Station will open in December, instead of terminating at Exchange Place and leaving customers to ferry to Manhattan. This will go into effect after Thanksgiving on Saturday, Nov. 30, and continue until Jan. 4, 2020.
Five freelance photojournalists have filed a lawsuit against the Department of Homeland Security for violation of their First Amendment rights, the ACLU announced yesterday.
First Responders Children’s Foundation (FRCF) will announce a scholarship in honor of and named for NYPD Detective Luis G. Alvarez at the Foundation’s 19th Annual Thanksgiving Day Parade Breakfast on Thanksgiving morning at the Bryant Park Grill.
The Department of Homeland Security violated the First Amendment when it allegedly tracked and interrogated five journalists between 2018 and 2019, the American Civil Liberties Union said in a lawsuit filed Wednesday.