Lester Holt Opens Up About Writing Rutgers Commencement Speech — And Reflects on 9/11 No Longer Being His Biggest Story
Lester Holt on Writing Rutgers Commencement Speech — and How 9/11 Is No Longer His Biggest Story
Lester Holt talks to PEOPLE about working from home amid the coronavirus crisis, writing his Rutgers commencement speech, time with his dog and moreRead More
Robert De Niro Says New York 'Feels The Same' as 9/11 amid Coronavirus Crisis: It's 'Like Something We See in a Movie'
Robert De Niro Says New York 'Feels The Same' as 9/11 amid Coronavirus Crisis
"It's unreal to see every big city in the world just sort of empty," Robert De Niro said of New York City amid the coronavirusRead More
N.Y.C. Firefighter Who Found Brother's Body in Ground Zero Rubble Dies of Cancer Linked to 9/11
Daniel Foley died on Saturday at the age of 46 after suffering from pancreatic cancerRead More
2 NYC Firefighters Die on Same Day of Illnesses Linked to 9/11: We 'Will Never Forget Them'
Lt. Paul Deo Jr. and Richard Jones both died on Friday, over 18 years after they served as first responders on Sept. 11, 2001Read More
9/11 First Responder Who Lost Brother in Attacks Issues ‘Desperate’ Plea for a Kidney Donation: ‘I’ll Get My Life Back’
9/11 First Responder Who Lost Brother in Attacks Issues ‘Desperate’ Plea for a Kidney Donation
Sal Esposito rushed to the scene on Sept. 11, 2001, and lost his brother Mike and cousin Frank, who were both firefightersRead More
FDNY Graduates 13 Children of Fallen 9/11 Heroes: They Have 'Fully Achieved Their Dreams'
The class of 301 included 21 legacies, 19 of whom had fathers who died either on 9/11 or of an illness linked to the terrorist attacksRead More