Lampard, who was once accused of mocking stranded Americans after the 9/11 terror attacks, is joining New York City FC.
A first responder who survived the Sept. 11 attacks, will report for his final roll call Thursday.
The future of a federal backstop to protect insurers in the event of terrorist attacks is uncertain.
After years of controversy, there still has been no decision made on what to do with a popular sculpture that stood on the plaza at the old World Trade Center.
A Long Island woman who lost her firefighter brother on September 11, had a special American flag returned to her after it was stolen earlier in the week.
The fund that compensates those suffering from illnesses related to the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks has picked up the pace of evaluating applications after a slow start.
Suffolk County is considering legislation, dubbed “Kari’s Law,” that would eliminate the need to dial 9 before 911 while staying at a hotel.
National September 11 Memorial Museum officials say victims’ families will continue to be consulted regarding merchandise on sale in its gift shop.
A Financial District bar that had become a part of the fabric of the neighborhood in some of the city’s darkest days was set to close its doors for good on Friday night.
For one ship visiting New York for Fleet Week, there’s a special connection with a lower Manhattan firehouse.
911 recordings released Wednesday show confusion and disorganization at a dispatch center being notified about a fire at a Staten Island convent.
Is it appropriate to have a gift shop, cafe and black-tie affairs at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum.
The new museum, which was officially dedicated last week, features prominent videos of the twin towers collapsing, photos of people falling from them and voice mail messages from people in hijacked planes.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has halted an upgrade project for the 911 system, and has ordered a multi-agency review of delays, errors, and cost overruns.
The National September 11 Memorial Museum is being dedicated Thursday before opening to the general public May 21.