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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.

Hicks Says DOD Forever Resilient After 9/11

More than two decades after the Sept. 11, 2001, attack, the defense community's resilience and commitment to serve in the face of tragedy continues to shine through, Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen Hicks said today. More.

How many people died in 9/11? Firefighters, passengers and more who died 22 years ago.

This Sept. 11 marks 22 years since the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center and Pentagon, an event that 60%-38% of those surveyed in a USA TODAY/Suffolk University poll said changed Americans’ lives forever. More.

Top 5 ways to deal with mental trauma due to gun violence

Over the years, gun violence in the United States has become a major concern. According to an online report, as of August 01, 2023, at least 25,198 people in the United States have lost their lives due to gun violence, and thousands of others were left mentally and physically scarred by various mass shooting episodes. More.

Biden Rejects Defense Demands in Exchange for Guilty Pleas in Sept. 11 Case

President Biden has rejected a list of proposed conditions sought by the five men who are accused of conspiring in the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks in exchange for pleading guilty and receiving a maximum punishment of life in prison, according to two administration officials. More.

W&L Gathers to Honor Fallen in 9/11 Attacks

Washington and Lee University will commemorate the 22nd anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks with a community flag event and memorial service. More.

FDNY to add 43 names to 9/11 memorial wall, 2nd largest addition since inception

The FDNY will add 43 names to the World Trade Center Memorial Wall for deaths related to illnesses from the terror attacks on September 11, 2001. This addition will be the second largest group of names to be added to the World Trade Center Memorial Wall since it was created in 2011 with 55 names. More.

September is Suicide Prevention Month

Suicide is a serious public health matter, and prevention efforts are critical. September is Suicide Prevention Month, but it's always time to raise awareness, strengthen the dialogue and remind individuals, friends and families about resources that are available to help prevent suicide. More.