- Hillary Clinton Agrees To Not Campaign Or Run Ads On 9/11 A campaign official has confirmed that Clinton will refrain from stumping on the 15th anniversary of the terror attacks that killed nearly 3,000 people.
- Secret Pages Of 9/11 Inquiry Released After 13-Year Wait The U.S. on Friday released once-top secret pages from a congressional report into 9/11 that questioned whether Saudis who were in contact with the hijackers after they arrived in the U.S. knew what they were planning.
- Some Yonkers Parents Upset Over Summer Camp Trip To 9/11 Museum Some parents in Yonkers are upset over a city-run summer camp's field trip this week to the National September 11 Memorial & Museum.
- 3 World Trade Center Marks Milestone With Topping Out Ceremony A topping out ceremony at 3 World Trade Center marks the completion of the building's concrete core.
- FDNY Chief Killed On 9/11 Finally Laid To Rest On Long Island Nearly 15 years after the Sept. 11 terror attacks, a New York City fire chief who died in the World Trade Center collapse was honored with a funeral and final farewell.
- Last Known Living 9/11 Search Dog Dies In Texas At Age 16 The golden retriever was 2 years old when she and her handler were sent to ground zero. They spent 10 days at the scene searching rubble for human remains.
- Last Remaining 9/11 Artifacts At JFK Hangar Being Distributed The airplane hangar at John F. Kennedy International Airport, which houses World Trade Center artifacts from the 9/11 attacks, is almost empty.
- Concerned Nassau County Residents Say 9/11 Memorial Has Fallen Into Disrepair A startling number of 9/11 monuments around the country have been vandalized or fallen into disrepair, according to veterans' groups.
- 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.