Archive of News (2016)
News stories by year:
A state trooper who got sick after serving as a first-responder to the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center has died.
The finding adds to a host of research showing the ill effects of air pollution on infants.
For two weeks following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Rod Khattabi could often be seen at Ground Zero digging through the rubble.
Jon Stewart, 9/11 Memorial & Museum board member and first responder advocate, hosted a Facebook Live event from the museum on Sunday to urge an additional 30,000 eligible 9/11 responders and survivors to enroll in the World Trade Center…
Jon Stewart urged 30,000 people potentially eligible for health care and compensation through the Zadroga Act Sunday to take advantage of the program.
Former host of “The Daily Show” and 9/11 survivor advocate Jon Stewart hosted a Facebook live video Sunday urging those with 9/11-related health issues to sign up for medical treatment available through the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Act.
Jon Stewart hosted an event in New York City Saturday to get the word out about health care coverage for Sept. 11 first responders.
Former “The Daily Show” host Jon Stewart was at the 9/11 Memorial Museum in Lower Manhattan Sunday, reminding first responders and survivors with 9/11 related health issues that medical care is available through the James Zadroga 9/11 Compensation Act.
Jon Stewart to help Zadroga advocates inform thousands with 9/11-linked illnesses about free health care
One year ago, 9/11 survivors’ advocates secured near-permanent health care coverage for first responders and others with lasting problems from the attacks.
Joseph O’Toole, 61, died Monday.