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NYPD cop who spent weeks digging at Ground Zero for FDNY brother killed by 9/11-related cancer 18 years later

They died in the same fight, one looking out for the other, as brothers and as heroes. NYPD detective Joe

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Jon Stewart leads 9/11 info session for Manhattan students, teachers, residents

LOWER MANHATTAN — Comedian and activist Jon Stewart led a 9/11 informational session this evening at BMCC. The packed audience

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9/11 Hero Luis Alvarez’s Family to Receive Keys to City

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9/11 Trials Will Shape Global Terrorism

The 2021 trial of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, the “architect of 9/11,” and the other accused will write an important page

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City Ready to Cover Health-Care Needs Of 9/11-Death Kin

Mayor de Blasio has proposed a bill that would establish parity for the families of all city employees who were

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Children of 9/11, Following Their Fathers’ Last Footsteps

They were just children when their fathers ran toward the twin towers on Sept. 11, 2001. They grew up revering

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For Survivors, the 9/11 Victim Compensation Fund Provides Aid

The terrorist attacks that took place in the United States of America on September 11, 2001, led the date to

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DOE to contact 19,000 former 9/11 students about free medical care

City education officials are attempting to contact all 19,000 former students who attended public schools near Ground Zero on 9/11

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Thousands of Former NYC Students, Teachers Near World Trade Center After 9/11 Warned of Potential Health Problems

Two education groups are coming together to inform former students, teachers and staff who were at schools around the World

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