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Failure to pass Biden’s Build Back Better plan threatens funding for 9/11 health care program

The death sentence Joe Manchin declared for President Biden’s massive domestic policy bill is also threatening a key priority of New York lawmakers — plugging a nearly $3 billion gap in the 9/11 health program. More.

More than just a game, post 9/11: Revisiting the 2001 Army-Navy Game

The Day West Point Stood Still The morning began like any other day on Sept. 11, 2001. Clear blue skies, the radiant sun, cadets heading to class and West Point faculty and staff clocking in for work. More.

9/11 Memorial & Museum Leader Is Departing in 2022

Alice M. Greenwald, 69, the president and chief executive of the 9/11 Memorial & Museum in Lower Manhattan, on Thursday announced that she expects to leave the institution in 2022, after 16 years there. More.

How September 11 victims could claim frozen Afghan reserve funds

Families of victims who died in the September 11, 2001 attacks are hoping to draw from the $10 billion in frozen Afghan reserves as payment in damages from court cases they won years ago. More.

'It wasn't the same after 9/11': How becoming a cop saved an FDNY firefighter's life

Never forget. Every year, millions of Americans vow just that – to never forget those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. But for retired FDNY firefighter Dan Rowan, every day is 9/11. Rowan, who worked with Engine 33/Ladder 9, was off duty that day. More.

9/11 memorial planned in Cumberland County

Those old enough remember where they were that day. “I was at work,” said Amy Meyers of Carlisle, who worked in human resources at the time. “The one gentleman, Daryl, came over to me and was like, ‘Come over. You gotta’ see what’s going on.’ And as we were watching it we saw the second plane hit the other tower. And we just fell silent.” More.

'Come From Away': Pioneering Fort Myers pilot gets spotlight in heartwarming 9/11 musical

Pilot Beverley Bass will be in two places at once when “Come From Away” opens next week at Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall. She’ll be out in the audience watching the touring musical for the 165th time. But she’ll also be onstage — or, rather, the actor playing the character “Beverley Bass” will be onstage. More.

Army-Navy game takes on greater meaning 20 years after 9/11 attacks

Former West Point football player Captain Connor Crehan was a senior at then Bishop Ahr High School in New Jersey when the United States was attacked on Sept. 11, 2001. He became a member of the first class to enter the service academy after the world-shifting events. More.