- 9/11 Recovery Workers: Congress Must Renew Health Programs Dozens of 9/11 rescue and recovery workers gathered at the World Trade Center site on Thursday to demand that Congress extend programs offering money and free health care to people exposed to toxic dust after the terror attacks.
- Cedar Grove High School Students Planning Special Tribute For 9/11 Anniversary Starting Sept. 9, students will begin placing flags on the lawn outside Cedar Grove High School in a tribute to the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
- Stories From Main Street: Mobile Exhibit Brings Tales Of 9/11 To Kids Across Country The 1,000-square-foot trailer features video, audio, artifacts, World Trade Center steel and firefighter tools.
- NYC Council Calls for Renewal Of Sept. 11 Health Bill City Council introduced a resolution on Wednesday calling on Congress to reauthorize federal legislation to compensate first responders who grew ill working at ground zero.
- Publisher Conde Nast Begins Move Into One World Trade Center Thirteen years after the 9/11 terrorist attack, the resurrected World Trade Center is again opening for business.
- 3 Retired Firefighters Die On Same Day From 9/11-Related Illnesses; Union Leaders Seek Renewal Of Zadroga Act Lt. Howard Bischoff and firefighters Robert Leaver and Daniel Heglund all died Monday.
- 9/11 Museum Reaches Major Milestone Visitors have come from all 50 states and more than 130 countries.
- Study On Exposure To 9/11 Dust Shows Nerve Damage In Rats A study on the short term effects of residual dust from the World Trade Center on rats showed some nerve damage, according to Winthrop-University Hospital Researchers.
- Radio Free Montone: Do Not Call Football Players Heroes By John Montone, 1010 WINS The next time a sportscaster calls a guy running into the end zone a hero, change the channel. I can still see the long line of young firefighters marching into the burning towers on 9/11. Police officers and EMTs...
- New York, Nation Pauses To Remember 9/11 13 Years Later Family and friends of those who died read the names of the nearly 3,000 people killed in New York, at the Pentagon and near Shanksville, Pennsylvania.