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NYPD sergeant sentenced to 2 months in prison for lying about work sifting through Ground Zero debris

A former NYPD sergeant was sentenced to two months in prison Wednesday for her years-long attempts to receive 9/11 health benefits by falsely claiming she did dangerous work sifting through toxic Ground Zero debris. More.

White House mulls whether frozen Afghan funds can pay 9/11 families: report

Top Biden administration officials are reportedly considering how the families of 9/11 victims could potentially seize frozen funds from the Taliban without the U.S. government legitimizing the group’s rule of Afghanistan. More.

Taliban and 9/11 Families Fight for Billions in Frozen Afghan Funds

Nearly 20 years ago, about 150 family members of Sept. 11 victims sought a measure of justice for their losses by suing a list of targets like Al Qaeda and the Taliban. A decade later, a court found the defendants liable by default and ordered them to pay damages now worth about $7 billion. More.

Lawyers for Accused 9/11 Plotters Say Government Withheld Public Information

Defense lawyers for the men accused of planning and carrying out the September 11 attacks say that journalists and other members of the public have gotten more information about the torture their clients experienced in CIA black sites than the attorneys representing them. More.

Stretch of 9/11 National Memorial Trail passes through Montgomery County

Remember, discover, connect — It’s a mantra the September 11th ​​National Memorial Trail Alliance uses to describe a path that pays tribute to the victims of the 2001 terrorist attacks. More.

Autoimmune conditions in the World Trade Center general responder cohort: A nested case-control and standardized incidence ratio analysis

Three clinically trained professionals established the status of possible GRC cases of autoimmune disorders adhering to diagnostic criteria, supplemented, as needed, by specialists’ review of consenting responders’ medical records. More.

Firm that administers medical benefits for some 9/11 survivors loses federal contract

A private contractor responsible for administering medical benefits to 9/11 first responders and survivors who live outside metropolitan New York has lost its government contract, according to a company email reviewed by NBC News. More.

NBC producer talks 9/11 with HHS students during weeklong symposium

Hendersonville High's social studies department held its annual symposium last week with the theme "September 11, 2001 – Twenty Years Later." An assembly held Friday, Nov. 19 featured guest speaker Christian Martin, a former producer for NBC who was on scene at the World Trade Center when the towers fell and whose footage was featured on major news networks. More.