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Al Qaeda member and direct subordinate of 9/11 architect released from Guantanamo Bay by Biden administration

The Biden administration has released from Guantanamo Bay a high-profile member of al Qaeda who was a direct subordinate of the terrorist group's senior planner of the September 11, 2001 attacks. More.

‘Come From Away’ musical shares heartwarming stories of 9/11 diverted planes

When actor, theater maker and activist Christine Toy Johnson talks about her role in ‘Come From Away’ – Irene Sankoff and David Hein’s musical based on real-life events following the attacks of Sept. 11 – there is a poignancy in her voice tied to the themes of the play. More.

Ways to care for your mental health in wake of gun violence

More than 30 mass shootings have unfolded in the United States, including at least two in California. Nicole Ibarra, Area Director of Behavioral Health with Kaiser talks about ways to care for your mental wellness during these tough times. More.

Time to End the 9/11 Military-Commission Debacle

In rhetoric, there is no greater advantage than the perceived authority of the speaker — and it would be difficult to imagine a more authoritative voice on the legal response to the 9/11 atrocities than Ted Olson. More.

Retreat Behavioral Health Launches New Treatment Program for First Responders

Healing Our Heroes will provide specialized care that addresses the unique behavioral health challenges that first responders face. More.

Garrett pursuing 'Streetscap' path to Sept 11 trail.

Piece by piece, efforts have continued to carve new segments of September 11 National Memorial Trail from the Garrett area toward Berlin. But Walker Street – Garrett Borough’s main path to the extension – needs work of its own, borough council President Sally Bero said. More.

Recreation Commission’s 9/11 Memorial Bus Trip

Memorial Museum tells the story of 9/11 through media, narratives and a collection of monumental and authentic artifacts. More.

9/11 survivor speaks about resilience at PRCC’s Women’s Health Symposium

Hundreds of women focused on issues related to their health during an annual gathering at Pearl River Community College. Some 500 women attended the 16th annual Women’s Health Symposium on the PRCC campus Saturday. More.