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Humane Law Enforcement Officer Dies from Cancer Caused by 9/11 Fumes

November 23, 2015
A New York City ASPCA Humane Law Enforcement officer has died of cancer caused by toxic fumes she inhaled rescuing cats and dogs from homes in the shadow of Ground Zero after 9/11.

NYPD Lieutenant Dies of 9/11-Related Cancer at 51

November 10, 2015
NYPD Lt. Marci Simms died Thursday at her home in Commack more than a year after being diagnosed with lung cancer. The 9/11 responder was 51.

FLEOA Urges Congress to Reauthorize 9/11 Healthcare Act

November 4, 2015
Today the Federal Law Enforcement Officers Association (FLEOA) participated in a Thunderclap urging Congress to take up the James Zadroga 9/11 Health and Compensation Reauthorization Act. The previous program that treated thousands of Americans suffering from 9/11 related injuries and illnesses expired on September 30th of this year.

Man Charged in Plot to Bomb Sept. 11 Memorial in Missouri

September 11, 2015
A Florida man who claimed in online forums to have inspired terrorists in Australia and Texas was arrested after telling an informant how to build a homemade bomb to attack a 9/11 memorial in Missouri, according to a criminal complaint.

Deputy U.S. Marshal Dies of 9/11-Linked Cancer

June 18, 2015
Zacarias Toro, 50, died just a week after he was awarded the U.S. Marshals Service's Purple Heart Award for his heroism during the terrorist attacks on New York City.

9/11 Responders Push for Zadroga Act Extension

June 12, 2015
Dozens of Sept. 11 first responders were on Capitol Hill Thursday in an effort to extend the Zadroga Act, which provides 9/11 first responders who are sick with federal aid for their health care needs.

ATF Agent Dies of Cancer Related to 9/11 Attack

March 6, 2015
A 9/11 first responder has become the first member of the ATF to die from cancer related to the terrorist attack. Special agent William Sheldon Jr. was 47.

The Forgotten Fallen of 9/11

September 29, 2014

On Sept. 11, 2001, 72 officers were killed in the line of duty. But they were not the only law enforcement casualties of 9/11. Today, 13 years after the attacks, officers continue to die from exposure to the toxins that were released by the destruction of the World Trade Center towers.

ESS Remember 9.11 Eyewear Helps Raise Funds for Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation

September 10, 2014
Twenty-five percent of sales from ESS Remember 9.11 line of eyewear will go to charity.

9/11 Comp. Law Reauthorization Needed

September 9, 2014
Days before the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11 terror attacks, elected officials from New York called on Congress to reauthorize federal legislation to compensate first responders who became ill working at ground zero.

Video: 9/11 Museum Dedicated in New York City

May 15, 2014
The redevelopment of what once was Ground Zero passed another milestone Thursday when President Obama helped dedicate the National September 11 Museum in the cavernous foundation hole of the office complex destroyed by the 2001 terror attacks.

Forgetting the Lessons of 9/11

May 15, 2014

Both the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Defense have made it clear that aviation security remains a top priority. So why has the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) decided to close down six Federal Air Marshal Service (FAMS) field offices?

9/11 Museum Dedicated in New York City

May 15, 2014
The redevelopment of what once was Ground Zero passed another milestone Thursday when President Obama helped dedicate the National September 11 Museum in the cavernous foundation hole of the office complex destroyed by the 2001 terror attacks. Read Full Story Here.

Registration Open for NLEOMF Ride & Run Event

October 3, 2013
Registration remains open for the annual Law Enforcement Ride & Run to Remember event honoring fallen officers that takes place Oct. 12 and 13, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund (NLEOMF).

Suspected D.C. Killer Had Anger Issues

September 16, 2013
Slain suspected Washington Navy Yard gunman Aaron Alexis suffered from "anger management problems" his family feared was linked to participating in rescue attempts of Sept. 11, 2001 victims, according to a police report.

Fallen 9/11 Officers Honored In D.C.

September 11, 2013
The National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund (NLEOMF) marked the 12th anniversary of the deadliest day in law enforcement history by reading aloud the names of the fallen officers at a ceremony.

Ride & Run to Remember Event Supports Law Enforcement Officers

August 13, 2013
The Ride & Run to Remember is scheduled for Oct. 12-13 in Washington, DC with a 55- or 30-mile bike ride and a 5K run. All net proceeds benefit the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

Former NYPD Boss Kerik Leaves Prison

May 29, 2013
Bernard Kerik, the former NYPD commissioner whose fall from grace ended with a prison term in 2010, has returned home from a federal correctional facility. Kerik will likely serve out the rest of his term for eight felony convictions under home confinement.

TSA Allows Small Knives On Flights

March 5, 2013
For the first time since the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, federal airport screeners will allow passengers to carry onto a plane small knives, as well as golf clubs, hockey sticks and pool cues.

NYC Marks 20th Anniversary of World Trade Center Bombing

February 26, 2013
The two terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, eight years apart, converged Tuesday in the form of a piece of granite—part of a memorial to those who died in 1993 that was itself destroyed on Sept. 11, 2001.
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