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Early signs of heart disease risk found in children exposed to 9/11 dust

Heart disease in children exposed to 9/11 dust Sixteen years after the World Trade Center collapsed on Sept. 11, 2001, a study finds children exposed to toxic chemicals released during the collapse are at early risk of heart disease.

The study, published Friday in Environmental International, was conducted by researchers at New York University Langone Health and NYU School of Medicine.

"Since 9/11, we have focused a lot of attention on the psychological and mental fallout from witnessing the tragedy, but only now are the potential physical consequences of being within the disaster zone itself becoming clear," Dr. Leonardo Trasande, an associate professor at NYU School of Medicine and health epidemiologist, said in a press release.



Saudi embassy may have funded 9/11 'dry run': report

Saudi may have funded 9/11 dry ryn

New evidence in a 9/11 lawsuit against the government of Saudi Arabia alleges the kingdom's embassy in Washington, DC may have funded a test run for the deadly attacks in 2001, according to a US newspaper report.

The evidence was submitted as part of a class action lawsuit against the government of Saudi Arabia, the New York Post reported on Saturday.


Justices rule ex-Bush officials can't be sued in terrorism case

SC Justice Joseph KennedyThe Supreme Court on Monday said former George W. Bush administration officials can’t be held liable for the unlawful detainment and abuse suffered by undocumented immigrants detained after the 9/11 terrorist attacks.

In a 4-2 ruling, the court ruled that six men arrested during an investigation into the attack after they were found living in the country illegally could not sue the officials, including former Attorney General John Ashcroft and former FBI Director Robert Mueller.

The men, all of whom are of Arab or South Asian descent, claimed the federal officials violated their due process and equal protection rights by holding them in restrictive conditions of confinement.


9/11 still killing as retired cop and firefighter die of cancers

9/11 first responders still dyingTwo more first responders have died of 9/11-related cancers, officials said Friday.  Retired FDNY Firefighter and Brooklyn native William Gormley, 53, died following a short battle with lung cancer Wednesday, his family said.

A day earlier, retired NYPD Detective William Kinane, 60, of Breezy Point, Queens, died of a 9/11-related illness.

The two deaths threatened to overwhelm the Marine Park Funeral Home — which serves both Marine Park and the Rockaways — so Gormley’s family was asked to move the service to another location, family members said.


Raymond J. Pfeifer, 9/11 Firefighter Who Sought Care for Survivors, Dies at 59

Raymond Pfeifer dies at 59Raymond J. Pfeifer, who spent eight months digging through the toxic debris of the collapsed World Trade Center for the remains of fellow firefighters and other victims and years lobbying, successfully, for health benefits for those who survived, died on Sunday in a hospice in Port Washington, N.Y. He was 59.

The cause was complications of cancers he contracted while searching the Lower Manhattan site after the 2001 terrorist attack, his wife, Caryn, said.

“I’m being poisoned, and I’m dying, every single day, because of terrorism,” Mr. Pfeifer told WPIX-TV in 2014.


One Man’s Quest to Prove Saudi Arabia Bankrolled 9/11

Saudi connection to 9/11When Jim Kreindler got to his midtown Manhattan office on Friday, July 15, 2016, he had a surprise waiting for him. Twice in the previous eight years, Kreindler had been in the room as then-President Barack Obama promised Kreindler’s clients he would declassify a batch of documents that had taken on near mythic importance to those seeking the full truth of who had helped plan and fund the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.

Now, Kreindler learned, “the 28 pages” as they were known, were open for inspection and it was up to his team to find something of value. It wasn’t long before they did—a single, vague line about a Somali charity in Southern California.


FBI Releases Archive Of New Photos From 9/11 Attack At Pentagon

pentagon photo 9/11At 9:37 a.m. on Sept. 11, 2001, al Qaeda terrorists who had hijacked American Airlines Flight 77 flew it into the Pentagon, killing 184 people.

Now, more than 15 years later, documentation of the horrific incident is still trickling out. The FBI recently released a batch of 27 previously unseen photos of the aftermath, documenting everything from first responders battling flames to interior and exterior damage to the building.


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