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Navigating the Future of Homeland Security and Criminal Justice: From 9/11 to Tomorrow

In the wake of the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the United States found itself confronting a new reality—one marked by unprecedented threats to national security. In response to these challenges, the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS) emerged as a pivotal force in safeguarding the nation against terrorism and other hazards. More.

Mental Health Support Is Key for Gun Violence Victims' Families

This March, Alexis Jackson worked tirelessly to make sure all the details of her oldest daughter’s Sweet 16 were perfect: a heart-shaped cake in Abe’bre’anna’s favorite color, purple; a glittering Eiffel Tower backdrop in the Paris theme; tables topped with shiny purple tablecloths; and a carefully combed-over guest list. More.

Teaching the Next Generation Resiliency Lessons from 9/11’s Aviation Heroes

Today’s young employees at airports and students studying aviation will be tomorrow’s leaders. Undoubtedly, they will face challenges. More.

9/11 community honors lost loved ones in annual 5K race

Runners and walkers took over Lower Manhattan Sunday for the annual 9/11 Memorial and Museum 5K. Nearly 23 years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, New Yorkers showed out for a run to honor those who lost their lives that day. More.

12th Annual 9/11 Memorial & Museum 5K run/walk presented by RXR held in Lower Manhattan today

Today, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum hosted its 12th annual 5K Run/Walk, presented by RXR, in lower Manhattan. Thousands of participants and spectators joined to remember the lives lost on September 11, 2001. More.

‘Midtown Jane Doe' cold case breakthrough comes after 50-year DNA match to 9/11 victim

A cold case murder mystery out of midtown Manhattan is now closer to being solved. The victim, who had been classified as a Jane Doe after she was killed five decades ago has been identified through one of her relatives, who died on 9/11. More.

Canadian last known person to escape World Trade Center on 9/11

On Sept. 11, 2001, Ron DiFrancesco went to work like any other day, joining a throng of people racing to their offices in the World Trade Center in downtown Manhattan. He had no idea what was about to unfold. More.

N.Y. court reverses denial of 9/11-related claim

A New York appellate court on Thursday reversed the denial of a workers compensation claim filed by a former New York City court officer who alleged he became sick or injured due to his cleanup efforts at the World Trade Center after the 9/11 terrorist attacks. More.