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FDNY chaplain who consoled firefighters after 9/11 dies of cancer tied to aftermath at Ground Zero

Monsignor John Delendick was remembered as a “spiritual constant and staple” in the FDNY during his 28 years of service, Commissioner Laura Kavanagh said in a statement Thursday.

Sept. 11 Victim Compensation Fund officials visit Flight 93 memorial, meet with community

Turkel and other federal officials laid a wreath at the memorial wall following their tour.

Flight 93 site responders may be eligible for 9/11 compensation funds, program supervisor says

People from an estimated 70 agencies, particularly those who suffered illness or injury in the 22 years since, may be eligible for health benefits or compensation through the fund.

Self-reported cardiovascular disease in career firefighters with and without World Trade Center exposure

We observed an exposure gradient where greater WTC exposure was associated with greater odds of CVD.

Speaker Who? Mike Johnson wins the gavel, for now

We were so unfamiliar with this Louisianan from Shreveport, that we didn’t know his name or his face before he rose to the top Tuesday night.

The center held: Extremist Jim Jordan’s rejection spells hope

They said, correctly, that Jordan failed to support the World Trade Center Health Program.

D’Esposito, LaLota, Garbarino cast surprise votes for Lee Zeldin for House speaker

Three of Long Island’s congressmen sent shock waves through the House Tuesday by voting for former Rep. Lee Zeldin for speaker.

Shanksville town hall to discuss program enrollment for 9/11 responders

Anyone who responded to the Flight 93 crash site in Shanksville could be eligible for compensation and/or medical monitoring and treatment.

Congressman Dan Goldman Convenes Townhall on World Trade Center Health Program’s New 9/11 Youth Research Cohort

The Youth Research Cohort was created to study the long-term health of individuals who were aged 21 years or younger – including those in utero – at the time of the 9/11 attacks.

Suffer the Little Children? Survivors Exposed to September 11 Toxins as Youth Face Health Risks

Since the mid-2010s, Lower Manhattan community leaders have been advocating for the creation of a representative group of people exposed as children.