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Struggling to detail alleged Saudi role in 9/11 attacks

By Chris Mondics Philadelphia Inquirer It was four days after a U.S. Navy SEAL team had killed Osama bin Laden, and many of the events of that afternoon are a blur. But Bill Doyle’s recollection of his chat with President Obama remains crystal clear. To mark bin Laden’s demise, Obama had laid a wreath at […]

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TV Special about Run Inspired by Staten Island 9/11 Firefighter Stephen Siller up for Emmy

By Rob Bailey Staten Island Advance STATEN ISLAND, NY — Frank Siller is hoping that the Emmy Awards ceremony on March 30 will be another impressive benchmark in the posthumous life of his brother, fallen 9/11 firefighter Stephen Siller. WCBS-TV’s “Tunnel to Towers Special” is once again nominated in the “Best Society Concerns Show” category […]

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World Trade Center museum to receive 9/11 victims’ remains

By Susan Edelman New York Post The city is quietly preparing to move more than 8,000 unidentified body parts to their new resting place in the 9/11 Museum. “We’re getting ready,” said city Medical Examiner’s Office spokeswoman Julie Bolcer. “We’re planning the move.” Lee Ielpi, whose firefighter son, Jonathan, died on 9/11, said the remains […]

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