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.
It was a salute to fallen heroes as a piece of American history made its way to Londonderry.
Families who lost loved ones in 9/11 are still fighting to get answers from the federal government regarding Saudi Arabia's involvement in the attacks. The government says they understand the families' desire for info and closure, but some of the material are state secrets.
Originally carved in 1990 around the main entryway of the Cathedral of St. John the Divine on the Upper West Side, the stonework depicts the World Trade Center and other iconic New York buildings cracking and collapsing amid a nuclear mushroom cloud.
Malignant mesothelioma has become the latest deadly cancer linked directly to the rescue, recovery and cleanup efforts following the 9/11 terrorist attack on New York City in 2001. The long-running threat has come to fruition.
Two Sentinel-class fast response cutters will be named for Coast Guard veterans who lost their lives as first responders in New York City on 9/11, the service announced recently.
Over the past few years, art galleries have opened in some fairly unorthodox locations: a bulletin board in a dumpling shop, a cat tree, a 2006 Toyota Scion, even a trash can.
Daniel Libeskind, the master planner of the reconstructed World Trade Center (WTC) in New York, says his No.1 priority was to make the 16-acre wasteland at Ground Zero into a pleasant, functional public space.
A plaque commemorating a New Hampshire man who was piloting one of the planes that was hijacked on Sept. 11, 2001 is missing from the Portsmouth tree where it had been chained for 17 years.
September 11, 2001, is remembered as the deadliest single-day terrorist attack in American history. Three thousand lives were lost on this day, and tens of thousands of civilian survivors and first responders continue to suffer from the lasting effects of the attacks.
Hospices have grown adept at caring for the unique needs of special populations such as pediatric patients and veterans, but more and more are encountering patients whose illnesses stem from exposures to toxic substances in the aftermath of the Sept.
Ceremonies to honor our nation’s bravest were held across the Tri-State Area this Veterans Day. At the World Trade Center, there was a somber remembrance as yellow roses were placed next to the names of 9/11 victims who served in our military.
The Boston College football team's game against Florida State on Saturday will have some added meaning in what has become an annual tradition. The matchup is BC's Red Bandanna game to honor former Eagles lacrosse player Welles Crowther, who died during the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001.
The 9/11 Museum is taking visitors deep into the hunt for Osama bin Laden with a new exhibit that includes recently declassified information. Set to debut on Nov.
President Trump Thursday posthumously awarded the Presidential Citizens Medal to Rick Rescorla, who died on 9/11 while saving the lives of many co-workers at the World Trade Center. Rescorla was head of security for Morgan Stanley at 2 World Trade Center on Sept.
The United States government on Thursday offered a $4 million reward for information on the whereabouts of a Sudanese man who was convicted of war crimes at Guantánamo, was repatriated in 2012 and is suspected of recruiting for Al Qaeda’s branch in Yemen.
They covered the 9/11 attacks at ground zero. They breathed in the dust and debris. Now they have cancer. And they want other journalists to know that compensation and insurance is available for those who need it.
Josephine Smith, a legacy firefighter from the New York City Fire Department, finished the NYC marathon Sunday to honor her late father, Kevin Smith, who died while bravely serving during the attacks on 9/11.
The United Federation of Teachers and the Department of Education’s World Trade Center health-awareness program, aimed at reaching nearly 20,000 former public-school students who may have been exposed to potentially deadly toxins, attracted only about 50 people to the inaugural session at the uni