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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.

Remembering families who lost dads on 9/11 ahead of Father’s Day

While Father’s Day is dedicated to spending time with your dad, it’s also a day of remembrance for those who’ve lost their parent. On Thursday, families whose fathers fell on 9/11 were treated to a trip to the Statue of Liberty right before the holiday. More.

‘Health Effects of 9/11’: Online exhibit focuses on responders

The ongoing health problems of workers who responded during and after the 9/11 terrorist attacks are the focus of an online exhibit recently unveiled by NIOSH and the Department of Health and Human Services. More.

Arlington Family Meets Man Who Split Dollar Bill With Their Late Father on 9/11

An Arlington, Virginia, family recently met someone who has an indelible connection to their deceased father that was forged in the chaos and smoking debris at the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001. More.

Christine Brennan questions Phil Mickelson about LIV, criticism from 9/11 families

USA TODAY's Christine Brennan questioned Phil Mickelson over criticism he has received from 9/11 families for playing in the Saudi LIV. More.

Study finds 9/11 first responders prone to long-term COVID-19

A study just released found that 9/11 first responders with chronic conditions appear to be severely impacted by COVID-19. Retired NYPD Det. Ryan Dean, who helped in the 9/11 response.. says he experienced long-term COVID-19 for nearly a month. More.

9/11 families respond to Biden Saudi Arabia trip: 'Empathy is not enough'

A coalition of families and survivors of the Sept. 11 attacks on Tuesday urged President Joe Biden, during his visit to Saudi Arabia next month, to hold the kingdom accountable for its role in the terrorist strike that killed almost 3,000 people. More.

My breast cancer and your survival: What anyone who was downtown on and after 9/11 needs to know

According to the American Cancer Society, there are nearly 290,000 new cases of invasive breast cancers diagnosed every year. Like me, I am sure you can name an aunt, a friend, a sister, a roommate, or a mother who has had it or currently has it. More.