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FBI argues against release of 9/11 evidence

A new letter shows the U.S. government siding with Saudi Arabia and objecting to the unsealing of evidence related to the 9/11 attacks. Families of those who died on 9/11 have filed a lawsuit seeking to release evidence they say shows the Saudi government was complicit in the attacks. More.

Investigators for 9/11 families examine video taken by man with ties to Saudi intelligence referencing a "plan"

For more than two decades, the U.S. position has been that al Qaeda acted alone on September 11th, but a newly public video has raised questions about whether the Saudi government provided crucial assistance to the hijackers during the 9/11 terror attacks. More.

New bill requires 9/11 attacks to be included in Pennsylvania school curriculum

New legislation has been passed in to law that will provide model curriculum to schools to teach about the events and significance of Sept. 11, 2001. The bill, produced by Sen. Kristin Phillips-Hill (R-York), will help guide schools in their curriculum development to teach about the historical context of terrorism. More.

Veteran Westchester firefighter dies after two-year battle with 9/11-related cancer

A veteran Westchester County firefighter last died after battling a 9/11-related cancer for two years. Former Greenville Fire Chief Daniel Raftery died on Sunday. He was 74 years old. Raftery joined the department in 1973. He was fire chief until 1986 then served in that role until retiring in 2020. More.

State bill requires moment of silence for 9/11 victims in public schools

Most adults will never forget Sept. 11, 2001, when America was attacked and the twin towers of the World Trade Center fell. But school-aged children weren't born yet. More.

As Sandy Hook Shooting Survivors Graduate, Parents and Students Talk Trauma, 'Bittersweet' Event

The survivors of one of the deadliest school shootings in American history are looking ahead after they graduated from high school last week. They were in first grade when 20 of their fellow classmates and six educators were shot and killed on December 14, 2012 at Sandy Hook Elementary School. More.

Surry teen's Eagle Scout project remembers 9/11, offers place to reflect

In early July, thanks to the work of a Surry teenager, there will be a new 9/11 memorial bench at the Keene Fire Department’s West Keene station recognizing first responders and military service members. More.

City offers mental health resources following Juneteenth

The City of Round Rock is offering mental health resources to help individuals and families heal in the aftermath of Saturday evening’s shooting at the Juneteenth event. More.