Motts Military Museum in Groveport, Ohio plans second-largest 9/11 exhibit

Motts Military Museum in Ohio plans to house the second-largest exhibit about the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, writes Amy McCualsky in the Upper Arlington News.

The museum is beginning a fundraising campaign.

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FDNY firefighter, retired NYPD detective to bring vital care packages to Flint

Retired NYPD Detective Raymond Ramos and FDNY firefighter William West are delivering supplies to Flint, Michigan.

The two men raised $12,000 through social media and fundraisers. Ramos called contacts in Flint and identified the most vital items needed — water, hand sanitizer and wet wipes.

“We decided we should go over there and help those people. It’s a real neighborhood thing, a real hand-to-hand thing,”West was quoted by the NY Daily News reporter Joseph Stepansky.

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Classified report thought to link Saudi Arabia to 9/11 attacks could be released as early as June 

Director of National Intelligence James Clapper announced that the classified 28-page section of a joint Congressional report entitled Finding, Discussion and Narrative Regarding Certain Sensitive Narrative Matters, which is assumed to link Saudi Arabia to the terrorist attacks of 9/11, may be released as early as June.

A number of September 11th family members have asked the government to release the 28 pages writes Adam Edelman in the New York Daily News.

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