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Man Accused of Leading 9/11 Plot Was Denied a Lawyer, Then Confessed

The confession at issue in the case came after the accused mastermind asked about a lawyer. He would not get to see one for 15 more months. More.

Massapequa Park Village remembers 9/11

Mayor Daniel Pearl and the Board of Trustees held an evening remembrance ceremony to honor and remember all those we have lost and continue to lose, because of the terrorist attacks. More.

Cell phones across the U.S. will sound off Oct. 4. Here’s why.

Your phone, TV and radio will sound off an alarm on Oct. 4 at 2:20 p.m. But, it’s just a test. The Federal Emergency Management Agency plans to conduct a nationwide test to gauge how effective the government’s mass communication can be in the event of an emergency, the agency said in a statement. More.

UW–Madison’s Hess, Stoddard write annual story on teaching about 9/11

Every year, on the anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terror attacks, UW–Madison’s Diana Hess and Jeremy Stoddard write a new story examining how teaching about 9/11 is changing with the times. More.

Elmhurst Plans 9/11 Memorial At Fire Station

Elmhurst firefighters plan a public sculpture to remember the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. A piece of rail from the twin towers has been given to the city, according to an Elmhurst news release. More.

Over 340 first responders have died from 9/11 illnesses

The Fire Department of New York has said the number of its members who have died from 9/11-related illnesses is now equal to the number lost on the day of the attacks, 343. More.

FDNY seeks more funding after 9/11 illness deaths equals members who died on 9/11

FDNY officials stressed the need for more funding after announcing that the number of members who have died from 9/11-related illnesses is now equal to the number who died during the Sept. 11 terror attack at the World Trade Center. More.

Tunnel to Towers Run & Walk honors lives lost on 9/11

The Tunnel to Towers 5k Run & Walk kicked off Sunday morning in Brooklyn. More.