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Bipartisan Push To Include Senate-Passed Amendment To Help Close World Trade Center Health Program Funding Gap In Final NDAA

On the heels of 9/11, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D-NY) and Senator Mike Braun (R-IN) are announcing a bipartisan push to include their Senate-passed amendment to help address the funding shortfall in the World Trade Center Health Program (WTCHP) in the final version of the FY24 NDAA. More.

Air Force One pilot on 9/11 recalls fateful day

The man who was at the helm of Air Force One on 9/11 shares his experience flying President Bush out of Sarasota and the days that followed. More.

Honoring Those Lost and Impacted by 9/11

Monday, September 11, was the 22nd anniversary of the attacks on 9/11. We remember those who were tragically taken away from us, including our CWA, NABET-CWA, and AFA-CWA heroes who were working in the Twin Towers for the Port Authority of NY/NJ, on top of the twin towers servicing TV transmitters, on the job at the Pentagon, and in the skies on the flights that crashed that day. More.

Governor Hochul Signs Legislation to Support 9/11 Victims, First Responders, and Their Loved Ones

Governor Kathy Hochul today signed five pieces of legislation in New York City to provide support to 9/11 victims, survivors and their loved ones. This support will help to remove barriers and delays from Victim Compensation Fund and workers' compensation claims. In addition, two bridges and a highway will be designated to honor brave individuals who gave the ultimate sacrifice. More.

From the archives: Parents grieve 9/11 hero son ‘Man in the Red Bandanna' Welles Crowther

There were many heroes on Sept. 11. But for months, one of them was known only as the "mysterious man in the red bandanna" who saved as many as 18 lives while sacrificing his own. In 2002, as the first anniversary of the terror attacks approached, the world -- and his family -- learned who the hero was. More.

Senators push for unredacted 9/11 documents on Saudi Arabia

On the 22nd anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, members of the Senate Homeland Security Committee are continuing to press U.S. government officials for unredacted documents related to Saudi Arabia’s involvement in the 2001 attacks, demanding those materials be turned over to the Senate this week. More.

First responder deaths from post-9/11 illnesses nearly equals number of firefighters who died that day

The number of first responders who have died from 9/11-related illnesses now almost equals the number of firefighters who died during the terror attacks themselves. More.

LIVE | 9/11 Tribute in Light

The "Tribute in Light" shines again as a memorial to the victims of the terror attacks on September 11, 2001. More.