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Honoring the Heroes: Remembering 9/11 with 'Never Forget'

It has been 22 years since the terrorist attack on September 11th, 2001, and the words “Never Forget” still resonate with the 7th Special Forces Group (Airborne) community. More.

The US marks 22 years since 9/11 with tributes and tears, from ground zero to Alaska

Americans looked back Monday on 9/11 with moments of silence, tearful words and appeals to teach younger generations about the terror attacks 22 years ago. More.

President Biden commemorates anniversary of 9/11 attacks at memorial in Anchorage

President Joe Biden led a memorial at Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson in Anchorage Monday on the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. He described that day, 22 years ago. More.

About 40% of New York 9/11 victims' remains have yet to be identified

Over two decades after the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, New York medical officials are still working to identify about 40% of unnamed victims. More.

Number of cancers related to 9/11 continues to grow

As the country marks 22 years since the Sept. 11 attacks, the list of high-risk cancer cases caused by 9/11 continues to grow. Dr. Noa Biran, professor at the John Theurer Cancer Center, breaks down why the attacks are causing cancer in so many survivors. More.

Guantanamo trial for 9/11 mastermind in disarray on 22nd anniversary

A full two decades after their capture, the U.S. military commission “Trial of the Century” against the five accused leaders of the 9/11 attacks appeared finally back on track earlier this year. More.

22 years later, the fight continues for those battling 9/11-related illnesses

Monday will be a somber day as we remember all the lives lost 22 years ago on 9/11, and it's also a time to remember those who are struggling with 9/11-related illnesses. "We advocate 364 days out of the year. We take that one day off to stop the advocacy to pay respect to those who died on 9/11," 9/11 responder advocate John Feal said. More.

Bill could force companies to notify 9/11 survivors about health programs, but one group is left out

It’s been nearly 22 years since the worst terrorist attack in U.S. history. Still many New Yorkers are not only scarred by it, but are still dying because of the air they breathed. Hundreds of thousands of people spent time in Lower Manhattan in the months after, unaware they were putting themselves in danger due to the debris. More.