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Firefighter laid to rest 18 years after Sept. 11 attacks

More of Michael Haub's remains were identified last week, and family and friends gathered in New York City to honor him at a memorial service on Tuesday.

Read the full story on NPR.

Children of firefighters killed during 9/11 attacks will soon graduate from FDNY academy

As people across the United States remember the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks on its 18th anniversary, the children of firefighters who died that day are following in their fathers' footsteps.

Read the full story on Boston 25 News.

'Insane, stabbing, burning pain': Ground zero workers still battling 9/11 health problems

The headaches forced Joe McKay, now 52, to retire early from the New York City Fire Department. The New Jeresey resident fills the void with advocacy.

Read the full story on USA TODAY.

Defiant terror defendant makes lawyer enter not guilty plea in New York City court

Defense attorney Susan Kellman said after the plea on Wednesday in New York City that Ruslan Maratovich Asainov refused to do it himself, because he won't acknowledge the American legal system.

Read the full story on ABC New York, WABC.

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