Nearly 18 years after 23 NYPD officers died in the collapse of the World Trade Center, 9/11 remains the single biggest killer of officers in the nation's largest police force.
On May 7th, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo honored 63 police officers who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to communities across New York State.
A new report shows the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund is being drained and is desperately in need of a cash infusion. As the number of cancers soar, the number of claims is skyrocketing. In the past year, the number of total claims jumped nearly 30 percent.
On Sunday, May 5, the annual interfaith celebration and mass was held outside MCU Park in Coney Island at the Brooklyn Wall of Remembrance. The service was dedicated to members of the FDNY and NYPD who made the ultimate sacrifice on September 11, 2001.
Behind chain-link fences, just steps from the World Trade Center reflecting pools, teams of workers assemble a new memorial.
In October 2018, an emotional pitch by three kids trying to turn their late father’s invention into a business so deeply resonated with “Shark Tank” viewers, that the siblings sold out all of their company’s inventory within minutes of the episode airing.
Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney is ready to turn up the heat on the Met Ball red carpet. The politico will arrive at Monday’s fête donning a bright yellow dress and an official FDNY jacket to raise awareness for the 9-11 Victims Compensation Fund.
Hundreds of first responders from around the world honored 9/11 victims Saturday by taking part in the fifth annual New York City Memorial Stair Climb at the World Trade Center.
Nearly 18 years after the deadly 9/11 attacks in the United States, the death toll from that horrific series of events continues to rise.
New York City Police Officer Patrick Thomas McGovern died Thursday after a two-year battle with cancer tied to his service as a first responder in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. The longtime Pearl River, New York, resident was 43.
This book is painful to read. Even with the passage of nearly 18 years, reliving modern America’s most terrible day hits an exposed nerve that you thought had been fully numbed, only to discover that the ache was merely in remission.
A team of researchers at Stony Brook University conducted a pilot study that suggests there may be a link between chronic post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in 9/11 responders and cognitive degeneration, leading to diseases like Alzheimer’s.
May 2 marks the eighth death anniversary of one of the most controversial and feared men in the world: Osama bin Laden.
Sisters Kathy Dillaber and Patricia “Patty” Mickley both worked at the Pentagon in nearby corridors just one floor apart.
Voices of September 11th (VOICES), which for 17 years has provided support services for those impacted by 9/11, hosted preparedness trainings March 28 and 29 at Grace Farms.
There is a new book out about a day that changed the world: “Fall and Rise: The Story of 9/11.” It’s by journalist Mitchell Zuckoff, who spent years researching the stories of individuals whose lives were forever altered on Sept.
John McLoughlin, a Port Authority Police Department sergeant who overcame being trapped beneath the rubble of the World Trade Center on Sept.
The death this month of yet another FBI employee who responded to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks and a looming deadline for 9/11 responders to sign up for some health-related benefits is leading to renewed efforts inside the Bureau to make sure everyone who worked the expansive crime sc
Hundreds of climbers, some in full firefighter gear, climbed the more than 1,200 steps to the top of the Duke Energy Building Saturday. The fourth annual Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Climb is to honor the first responders who died saving lives on September 11, 2001.
Life changed after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, and few know this better than the first responders to the World Trade Center. Now, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum is ensuring they receive the recognition they deserve.