Luke Rudkowski finds the Chairman of the 9/11 Commission Report Thomas Kean and won’t leave him alone until the unanswered questions about 9/11 are answered. Of course Kean run’s away, dodges questions and calls over security during the questioning when asked about Philip Zelikow’s 9/11 Commission outline, that was written before the investigation started. If this video shows anything, it shows how there was a massive cover up of the events of 9/11 by the Bush Administration.
Thousands of first responders, workers, volunteers and local residents involved in the rescue and cleanup of the World Trade Center site, along with workers at the Staten Island landfill where wreckage was taken, are left a decade later with a range of physical and psychological ailments.
Respiratory illnesses were among the earliest and most prominent health effects — including the most common one, known as the "World Trade Center cough."
Newly released footage of the 9/11 incident suggest that the US government staged the attacks on New York to eliminate the threat of Saddam Hussein to Israel and take control of Iraqi oil, a political analyst tells Press TV.
“Without any doubt anyone who takes a serious look at the physics, the engineering, the Aerodynamics of the situation realizes that virtually everything that the government told us about 9/11 is false,” he told Press TV in an interview.
Firefighters who worked at Ground Zero have a 19% greater chance of contracting cancer than those who did not, a landmark new medical study found.
The report out Thursday argues it is "biologically plausible" to link exposure to the smoldering World Trade Center site to cancer - a finding that could open the door to changing the federal ruling that denied Zadroga Act benefits to cancer-stricken responders.
The number of Americans who say the government should do whatever it takes to protect its citizens against terrorism —even if it means violating civil liberties — has dropped almost in half since the days after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, according to a USA TODAY/Gallup Poll.
In January 2002, 47% of respondents said they were willing to have the government violate their "basic civil liberties" in order to prevent additional acts of terrorism. When asked last month, only 25% said they favored such a trade-off.
Amid the chaos of the Sept. 11 attacks in 2001, emergency responders found they could not communicate with each other. That problem persists 10 years later, according to a review of the 9/11 Commission's recommendations.
A National Preparedness Group report released Wednesday concludes that the recommendation that a nationwide broadband network for emergency responders be created "continues to languish."
Thousands more Downtown residents may now receive compensation for their 9/11-related illnesses, after the federal government agreed to allow those who live as far north as Canal Street to apply.
Sheila Birnbaum, the special master overseeing the new $2.8 billion Victim Compensation Fund, initially proposed to only cover those who lived south of Reade Street.
But after examining photographs and hearing from many residents north of Reade Street who are sick, Birnbaum decided to expand the coverage area roughly 10 blocks north.
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