The identification of Matthew David Yarnell, 26, brings the number of 9/11 victims up to 1,640.
The NYU study focuses on cardiovascular, respiratory and mental health of young people, ages 12 to 21.
Sixty-eight possible victims' remains have been uncovered since the city began a sift effort on April 1.
Federal officials expect to have a new security plan for Liberty and Ellis islands in about 10 days.
A group of families of 9/11 victims filed an appeal to gain access to list of all 9/11 families.
Khalid Sheikh Mohammed and four others are facing a potential death sentence if convicted.
An ex-NYPD official says Tom Hanks' new movie "Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close" is not exploitative.
Police Detective John Botte's new photography exhibition gives an intimate look at the 9/11 aftermath through a first responder's lens.
NYU released a new collection on how television news helped the world understand the 9/11 attacks Wednesday.
Dramatic aerial photos show progress being made at the World Trade Center site.
A free NY Historical Society installation will provide a space for quiet contemplation of the 9/11 attacks and their aftermath.
The tiny Ground Zero museum doesn't get as much attention as its counterpart Downtown, but it's also offering tours for the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
Jerry Borg, 63, died on Dec. 15, 2010 of pulmonary sarcoidosis caused dust from the World Trade Center collapse.
A Manhattan Federal Court judge dismissed the African embassy bombing case against Osama bin Laden.
Crowds of New Yorkers flocked to Ground Zero and Times Square after news of Osama bin Laden's death.
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