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Mental health impacts of gun violence

Mental health experts say gun violence takes a toll on your mental health whether you are involved in the event or not. More.

NYC claims it has no data on 9/11 toxin dangers

An attempt to learn more about the deadly toxins kicked into New York City’s atmosphere after the 9/11 terror attacks has so far been shut down by city government, with two key agencies claiming they have no information on the matter. More.

Coping with Emotional Distress Following Mass Violence: Available Resources and Support

Incidents of mass violence, like the recent shooting in Kansas City, often have far-reaching effects on the emotional wellbeing of individuals and communities. These events can trigger a wide range of emotions, including fear, sadness, anger, and helplessness. More.

Town of Oyster Bay Now Accepting New Applications for 9-11 Walls of Honor

Oyster Bay Town Supervisor Joseph Saladino announced that applications are now available for families to add the names of loved ones to the Town of Oyster Bay’s 9/11 Walls of Honor which recognize all those with a connection to the Town who gave their lives and succumbed in their battle against 9/11 related cancers and illness. More.

OpEd: The 9/11 Notice Act, Encouraging Toxic Exposure Victims to Register with Federal Health and Compensation Programs

On the morning of September 11, 2001, terrorists from the Islamist extreme group Al Qaeda hijacked four aircraft and crashed two into the World Trade Center in New York City. Another plane crashed into the Pentagon in Virginia. More.

Funeral service held for 9/11 first responder Bob Beckwith

A funeral service was held Saturday for retired firefighter and 9/11 first responder Bob Beckwith. Beckwith appeared in an iconic photograph at Ground Zero on a debris pile with then-President George W. Bush. More.

Funeral held Bob Beckwith, former FDNY firefighter who stood beside President Bush on 9/11

Funeral services were held Saturday for a September 11 hero who captured the world's attention. Bob Beckwith was the retired firefighter who stood beside President George W. Bush at Ground Zero days after the attack. More.

Remembering 9/11 hero Bob Beckwith

A wake was held Friday for Bob Beckwith, the FDNY firefighter who stood alongside President George W. Bush amid the rubble at Ground Zero, just days after September 11. More.