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FDNY Announces First-Ever Anti-Nepotism Rules

New York City's Fire Department has released its first-ever anti-nepotism policy, prompting eye rolls from critics who say “FDNY family” is more than just a feelgood catch phrase.

VIDEO: FDNY Operating at 10-77 High-Rise Fire on E. 76th Street

FDNY operating on the Upper East Side of Manhattan in New York City.

VIDEO: FDNY Battling Two-Alarm Fire in the Bronx

FDNY battles a two-alarm-on-arrival fire in a multiple-dwelling on West 238th Street.

VIDEO: FDNY Responding Compilation

A compilation video of the FDNY responding to calls.
Retired Santa Clara firefighter Darrell Sales, right, and fellow cyclist Jeremy Provancher, left, stand beside the south pool holding an American flag after completing their "Bay to Brooklyn" bicycle ride at the National September 11 Memorial & Museum, Thursday, Sept. 9, 2021, in New York.

U.S. Marks 20 Years Since 9/11

The 9/11 anniversary commemoration at ground zero began Saturday with a tolling bell and a moment of silence.
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Black FDNY Member Files Lawsuit Over Discrimination for Opposing Using Hoses on George Floyd...

The filing details the alleged retaliation against Omar Wilks after the May 2020 confrontation with his boss over racism in the department.

VIDEO: FDNY’s New Tower Ladder Responds

The FDNY's new 2021 tower ladder.
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Fatal Queens (NY) House Fire Started by Charging Moped Battery

Officials say it was the third fatal fire of the year caused by people charging batteries for electric vehicles indoors.
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Report: Majority of FDNY Acquired Long-Term Illness from Sept. 11

About three-quarters of workers who responded to the Sept. 11 terror attacks have some sort of long-term illness linked to their service.


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