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Nine Stories Of 9/11 Victims That Paint A Heartbreaking Picture Of America’s Darkest Day

On September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C. left scores of victims. Many lost their lives. Others only barely managed to survive. But though the sheer number of 9/11 victims can be hard to comprehend, each victim was a person with a story. More.

How brother of a 9/11 firefighter is helping house West L.A. homeless veterans

With its donations swelling, a charity formed by the older brother of a firefighter who died in the 9/11 terrorist attack on the World Trade Center was ready to up its game. More.

Vietnam Wall, 9/11 Wall traveling exhibits make stop in West Palm Beach

It was an emotional time for Herb Sennett as he squatted and used a pencil and paper to make an impression of his buddy’s name from the Vietnam Traveling Memorial Wall on Saturday. More.

9/11 Survivors, Families Thank PGA Tour Golfers for Rejecting LIV in Open Letter

Survivors of family members injured or killed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks penned an open letter to PGA Tour members applauding them for resisting overtures from the LIV Golf Invitational Series. More.

FDNY fire medical officer, retired EMT die of 9/11 illnesses

The FDNY has suffered two 9/11-related deaths in recent days. Retired EMT Steven Thorsen, who served at Station 23, died Sunday from a World Trade Center-related illness, according to the FDNY Family Assistance Unit. Thorsen served the FDNY for 27 years. More.

WTC Health Program on verge of covering uterine cancer, a victory for 9/11 responders and survivors

For the first time in nine years, the World Trade Center Health Program is adding to its list of health conditions. First responders and survivors of the 9/11 attacks suffering from uterine cancer are likely to soon be eligible for free care and compensation, after a proposed addition is finalized in the coming weeks. More.

Uplyme detective who helped 9/11 victims plans charity bid

A RETIRED police officer from Uplyme, who went to New York to help victims of the September 11 terrorist attacks, is staging an endurance fitness challenge for two charities on the anniversary of the 2001 atrocity this year. More.

Using Afghanistan’s Frozen Funds to Pay 9/11 Families Could Backfire

On Feb. 11, U.S. President Joe Biden issued an executive order that proposed a plan for the $7 billion of frozen Afghan reserves that have been locked up in U.S. financial institutions since the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan in August. More.