- 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.
- 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.