Three decades on, the RCMP says its investigation into the Air India bombing - the worst terrorist act in Canadian history - remains "active and ongoing." On June 23, 1985, an explosion ripped apart Air India Flight 182 en route to New Delhi, killing all 329 people aboard, most of them Canadians
Mark Rossini, a former FBI special agent at the center of an enduring mystery related to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, says he is “appalled” by the newly declassified statements by former CIA Director George Tenet defending the spy agency’s efforts to detect and stop the plot.
Vin Doherty can recall many stories from Sept. 11, 2001 - ones that come from personal experiences and others told to him by close friends. The retired New York City firefighter shared his memories of being a first responder during the Sept.
Salvatore “Sal” Cassano, retired fire commissioner of the New York City Fire Department, will return to the World Trade Center site on Saturday June 20, 2015 as a special guest for the 9/11 Memorial Museum’s Stories & Art program. On Sept.
Deputy U.S. Marshal Zacarias Toro lost his long and valiant battle with cancer June 14 while surrounded by his family in New York. Deputy Toro’s cancer resulted directly from exposures while responding to the World Trade Center attacks on Sept.
Hundreds of New York City firefighters and others suffering from 9/11-related illnesses are headed to Washington on Thursday to testify at a hearing to renew the Zadroga Act.
Members of the FDNY who were seriously hurt in the aftermath of 9/11 will appear before a congressional committee in Washington on Thursday. Early Thursday morning, about 50 boarded busses on Randall’s Island bound for Washington.
Lace up your running shoes and get ready to run for a worthy cause. The City of Athens is hosting the first 9/11 Heroes Run on Sept. 12, 2015.
In advance of a June 11 hearing on legislation to ensure first responders and survivors of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center continue to receive the monitoring and care they need, U.S. Rep.
June is Men's Health Awareness Month, which is dedicated to raising awareness to diseases that are common among males. To raise awareness of these diseases, health care providers encourage men to receive regular medical checkups.
The Woolwich Township municipal building is set to house a major piece of history this Wednesday. One of the last remaining pieces of steel from the September 11 terror attacks will arrive from New York. Woolwich officials will pick it up from the New York/New Jersey Port Authority at 9 a.m.
An ad hoc group of supporters are planning to construct a September 11 memorial park adjacent to the fire station on North Putt Corners Road and Henry Dubois Drive.
US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand announced new bipartisan legislation, known as the Transparency for the Families of 9/11 Victims and Survivors Act of 2015 that would require President Obama to declassify and make publicly available the redacted 28 pages from the Joint Inquiry into Intelligence Comm
Researchers say they are close to developing a first-of-its-kind of medical test that could be used to identify post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD).
Now that the National September 11 Memorial and Museum is open, the task of preserving the artifacts inside is an ongoing process.
In a significant scaling back of national security policy formed after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, the Senate on Tuesday approved legislation curtailing the federal government’s sweeping surveillance of American phone records, and President Obama signed the measure hours later.
The first time I experienced what I now understand to be post-traumatic stress disorder, I was in a subway station in New York City, where I live.
May 30 marks the anniversary of the end of the recovery and cleanup operations at the World Trade Center site when the last piece of debris - a misshapen steel column - was cleared in 2002.
My memory returned with jagged edges, raw nerve endings, and a panic attack as I filled out the 2015 World Trade Center Health Registry survey this week.
Advocates hope to make a federal law that funds health care for 9/11 first responders permanent, as the program is set to expire later this year.