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Cantor Fitzgerald CEO gives $25 million to his old college which gave him free tuition when both his parents died in his teens

Sophie Jane Evans Mail online He was given four years of free tuition after both of his parents died by his freshman year. Now, 35 years later, the CEO of Cantor Fitzgerald has given Haverford College $25 million back. Howard Lutnick, who lost 658 employees at the financial firm, including his younger brother, Gary, in the […]

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W.T.C. offices begin reopening Monday with tighter security on Liberty St.

Josh Rogers, Downtown Express Port Authority employees on Monday, will be the first office workers to return to work at the World Trade Center since terrorists took the Twin Towers down just over 13 years ago. The reopening of 4 W.T.C. on Oct. 27 will ironically mean less freedom on Liberty St., as most vehicles […]

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Hero cop’s sister seeks Zadroga Law extension as vital aid programs for September 11 first responders to expire in 2015, 2016

Police Officer Robert Ehmer Photo courtesy NYPD

By Christopher Barca Queens Chronicle Police Officer Robert Ehmer spent September 11, 2001 running into burning skyscrapers to save people he had never met. He spent the final three years of his life, from 2007 to 2010, fighting cancer believed to have been caused by his four months working at Ground Zero. His sister, Annette, […]

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