All of Congress's leaders vowed yet again to never forget 9/11 and the heroics of the people who answered the terrorist attacks. But they've already forgotten how they harmed those same responders less than a year ago.
Leading 9/11 advocate John Feal explained how much Jon Stewart meant to him and his fellow responders.
"Speaker Ryan and Fred Upton have joined the asshole of the month club."
Sept. 11 responders angry that Mitch McConnell blocked a chance to pass a 9/11 bill crashed his office.
Cancer-stricken Sept. 11 responders haven't given up trying to make their case to Congress.
The former host of "The Daily Show" will ask lawmakers to extend funding to help 9/11 heroes.
For these men and women who have done so much for us, we owe it to them to show our support in making it happen by urging our legislators to do the right thing. We may be powerless to completely stop the endless funeral procession, but we can certainly make a difference.
As the headlines buzz and our hearts ache with the news of Robin Williams losing his battle to mental illness, several quiet heroes have also lost their own battles in these last few years. Their fight wasn't against depression or drugs or celebrity scrutiny, but it was just as sinister, and just as heartbreaking.
FealGood Foundation While working at the Ground Zero recovery efforts, 8,000 pounds of steel crushed John Feal's foot. As
"Obviously I was happy to hear, but on the same level it doesn't really change anything for me personally,” said Raina Wallens