- Renewal Of Zadroga Act Included In Year-End Tax And Spending Bill There's new hope that the law providing health benefits for first responders who grew ill after the Sept. 11 attacks will continue.
- Bratton, NY Lawmakers Pressure Congress To Permanently Renew Zadroga Act Police Commissioner Bill Bratton pushed Congress on Thursday to keep dollars flowing to a health program for first responders and others who got sick working in the rubble of the Sept. 11 attacks.
- Zadroga Act Adovcates Make Final Push For Renewal As Congress Deadline Looms Congresswoman Maloney said advocates hope the bill will be passed as an attachment in the upcoming omnibus budget bill, after it was pulled from previous legislation.
- Republican Committee Members Agree To Support Permanent Extension Of Zadroga Act Republican members of the House Energy and Commerce Committee have agreed to support a permanent extension of the Zadroga Act's expired health program.
- Inaugural Stair Climb At Citi Field Honors Fallen Firefighters Participants climbed more than 2,200 steps.
- Pope Francis Holds Interfaith Service At 9/11 Memorial & Museum The National September 11 Memorial & Museum has opened its doors to heads of state, Medal of Honor recipients and most importantly the families of those lost. But Pope Francis represents the highest and holiest profile visitor to date.
- Watch & Read Pope Francis' Remarks At 9/11 Memorial Museum Interfaith Service Pope Francis delivered remarks to more than 400 representatives from faith groups at the National Sept. 11 Memorial Museum.
- PHOTOS: Pope Francis Visits 9/11 Memorial And Museum Pope Francis prayed and placed a rose at the National Sept. 11 Memorial ahead of an interfaith service at the museum.
- Rabbi On Pope's Interfaith Service At 9/11 Memorial: 'We Are Going To Be One Family' In exactly one week, Pope Francis will be joined by clergy of different faiths as he visits ground zero.
- Jon Stewart, 9/11 First Responders Call On Congress To Renew Zadroga Act Former "Daily Show" host Jon Stewart led the charge on Capitol Hill as firefighters, police officers and ground zero recovery workers called on Congress to extend the Zadroga Act.