A man accused of stabbing and wounding five people at a rabbi's home in an Orthodox Jewish community in Rockland County, New York, just as they were lighting candles for Hanukkah, pleaded not guilty on Sunday to five counts of attempted murder.
The recent shootings in New Jersey against a law enforcement officer and kosher market by two individuals espousing an obscure ideology known as Black Hebrew Israelites has already been categorized as an act of domestic terrorism by the Federal Bureau of Investigation — and again highlights this
The community is mourning the loss of one of its true heroes following the death of longtime volunteer firefighter and selectman John Sapienza over the weekend. Sapienza died in his home Saturday after a long battle with cancer. He was 80 years old.
An NYPD sergeant who claims the department retaliated against him for seeking treatment of his chronic, 9/11-related health issues has been suspended, The Post has learned. “I’m being forced off the job,” said Sgt.
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Six-term Washington state Rep. Matt Shea is accused of participating "in an act of domestic terrorism against the United States," according to a report released Thursday.
When Tim Farrell helped found the eponymous Terry Fund in the months after Sept. 11, 2001, to memorialize his brother, an FDNY firefighter killed in the attacks, the charity gave small $500 scholarships, said their sibling and the fund’s co-founder, Brian Farrell.
From the call for a moment of silence for the victims of the Dec. 10 Jersey City shooting, the ceremony to light a menorah in the World Trade Center transit hub took on a different meaning of remembrance and hope.
It’s been a controversial battle for years and now it could be back. Ground Zero mosque sent New York City into a tailspin, with an immense backlash that led developers to put a hold on the project.
For their tireless efforts that eventually resulted in lifelong health care and compensation for those who fell ill at Ground Zero, 18 New Yorkers received the city’s Bronze Medallion on Monday in a morning ceremony at Broadway’s historic Beacon Theatre.
A united front of still-ailing uniformed first responders and volunteers — construction and office workers as well as residents — banded together for more than decade to persuade Congress to renew the Sept. 11 Victim Compensation Fund.
The 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund has revisited its policy of imposing a two-year deadline for first-responders, survivors and their families to apply from the time a family member had died, or from the date their WTC condition had been certified, according to a VCF spokesperson, setting a new de
Despite a relatively young average age and no routine screening, prostate cancer is one of the most common cancers in men who worked at the World Trade Center (WTC) following the 9/11/2001 disaster.
"In 2017, I was diagnosed with cancer I didn't immediately associate with 9/11," said Tamika Johnson. Advocates behind this seminar say there could be thousands of people like Tamika Johnson out there. "We were lied to about the air being clean," she added.
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.