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Bipartisan deal would allow 9/11 families to access more funding

A new bill in Congress will change the eligibility requirements for the U.S. Victims of State Sponsored Terrorism Fund. If passed this week, September 11th spouses and children could access half of the fund. The other half would go to victims of other terrorist attacks, reports Craig Schneider for Newsday. The fund’s money comes via […]

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New FBI agents ‘don’t really know what happened’ on 9/11

In a recent speech, Education Secretary Betsy DeVos says that many new FBI agents do not have knowledge about the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.

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9/11 survivors, family members beg government to release terror attacks report

The Justice Department is refusing to release a classified government report dating from 2016 that contains all the knowledge the US has about the attacks. One of the major revelations within that report is the name of a conspirator in the attacks who is still free. FBI records show that this person gave orders to two of the 9/11 hijackers. 

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