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NYC Council passes 9/11 resolution inspired by Belle Harbor students

Just days after the city marked the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks and the World Trade Center, the City Council voted unanimously to approve Resolution 415, calling on Congress and the Biden administration to sign the September 11 Day of Remembrance Act. More.

Support Resources - In Response to the Mass Shooting

Families and community members in Raleigh are processing their grief after the mass shooting in the Hedingham neighborhood, while dealing with the trauma and financial burden that comes with such loss. More.

9/11 Defendant Not Fit for Death-Penalty Trial, Judge Rules

A military judge ruled on Thursday that a defendant in the Sept. 11 case who was tortured by the C.I.A. was ineligible for a death-penalty trial, adopting a finding that the prisoner was too psychologically damaged to help defend himself. More.

First Responders Honored During 9/11 Tributes

A series of memorial observances to remember the terrorist attacks on Sept 11, 2001 were held during the Mesquite City Council meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 12. Each of these brief memorials paid a tribute to first responders; both those who came to help on that tragic day 22 years ago, and those who still answer the call locally today. More.

9/11 Mobile Event Ceremony and Exhibit

All are welcome at this community ceremony as we honor the legacy of those who lost their lives on September 11, 2001. The exhibit features artifacts from the World Trade Center and guided tours from FDNY Firefighters who responded to Ground Zero on September 11th. More.

Maryland's firefighters remember fallen colleagues with 9/11 Memorial stair climb

Hundreds of first responders and civilians came together at the M&T Bank Stadium for the 9/11 Memorial stair climb. "I actually started my career in March of 2001," Baltimore City Fire Department Battalion Chief Raymond Bartock said. "I worked September 11. So, I was actually first-hand experience of what was going on." More.

Remembering 9/11: Navigating emotions and healing together

The memories of September 11, 2001, remain etched in our collective consciousness. For many, it’s a day they remember vividly, from where they were to the emotions they felt. More.

It took a while but the Red Cross' 9/11 memorial now stands as a reminder of hope amid loss

It’s been 22 years since the tragic events of September 11th, 2001. The Red Cross organization in Tallahassee Monday unveiled a new memorial to honor those who lost their lives in the deadliest terrorist attack on U.S. soil. More.