The United Federation of Teachers and the Department of Education’s World Trade Center health-awareness program, aimed at reaching nearly 20,000 former public-school students who may have been exposed to potentially deadly toxins, attracted only about 50 people to the inaugural session at the uni
A 52-year-old Pittsburgh man has succumbed to malignant mesothelioma, and the asbestos exposure that caused his disease has been directly linked to his act of heroism immediately following the 9/11 World Trade Center terrorist attack.
Lawyers for 9/11 family members and survivors have identified 11 Saudi government officials who they say assisted the al Qaeda hijackers who attacked the United States 18 years ago, killing nearly 3,000 people.
Morris County Clerk Ann Grossi presented Thomas H. Kean, Sr., with an “Lifetime Achievement Award” at the Parsippany Sheraton Hotel on Sunday, November 3, during her Annual Pre-Election Breakfast.
On Nov. 3, 2014, 13 years after the World Trade Center was destroyed in the September 11, 2001 attacks, One World Trade Center opened it doors with employees at Conde Nast some of the first to move in.
After months of claiming a retired FDNY firefighter’s cancer was linked to excessive drinking, and not his time at Ground Zero, the city finally agreed to provide the sickened smokeater with a full 9/11 disability pension, the Daily News has learned.
Halloween is the last day of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Doctors have seen a spike of breast cancer cases among people who worked at Ground Zero after 9/11. Hundreds of people from the area were killed or injured in the collapse of the World Trade Center 18 years ago.
Governor Tony Evers made a stop in Kewaskum on Thursday, Oct. 31. He signed a bill establishing the Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial Highway and the Wisconsin 9/11 Memorial and Education Center. Amidst the snow, an unfinished memorial awaits a portion of its unveiling in Kewaskum.
Five days after Hurricane Maria devastated Puerto Rico in September of 2017, Bill Keegan, a retired lieutenant with the Port Authority Police of New York, and a band of New York City firemen, police officers and tradesmen from his nonprofit HEART 9/11 were there on the ground to help.
More than 100 local residents, joined by a very special guest from France, participated in the first-ever Fontana Tunnel to Towers 5K Run at Fontana Park on Oct. 26.
Is the government protecting Saudi Arabia? Chris Ganci and Brett Eagleson, relatives of 9/11 victims, and Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tulsi Gabbard speak out. More.
James ‘Jimmy’ Boyle, a former two-time president of the Uniformed Firefighters Association, died over the weekend at age 80.
These heroic Port Authority workers are finally getting their just rewards. The agency’s board has voted to restore an extra yearly vacation day to employees who went above and beyond during the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
A former NYPD detective and 9/11 survivor advocate died early Friday from cancer related to his work sifting through the rubble after the Sept. 11 attacks, the Daily News has learned.
A new special exhibition exploring the almost 10-year search for Osama bin Laden will open on Nov. 15 at the 9/11 Memorial Museum.
No one expected to encounter one of the most deadly, single-day terrorist attacks in United States history on September 11, 2001.
North Tonawanda will honor the lives lost on 9/11 with a Memorial Healing Field at Gratwick Park in September 2021. Hosted by the Erie Niagara Sunshine Exchange Club, the 9/11 Memorial Healing Field will be held on the 20th anniversary of the attacks in 2021.
Former Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on Tuesday said she left office because "saying no" and refusing to do things that others in the administration wanted was "not going to be enough." "There were a lot of things that, there were those in the administration who thought that we sho
The top section of the antenna from one of the World Trade Center towers currently on display at the Newseum in Washington, D.C., will be placed into storage when the museum closes instead of going to the National September 11 Memorial and Museum in New York City.
Peter Farrenkopf had only been off the job for a year, and was living in the Ulster County farmhouse he and his wife had bought a few years earlier when he got a shattering diagnosis for the illness he had been feeling.