Ninety-eight percent of the families of those killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks have applied for federal compensation, the special master of a government fund said Friday. Kenneth Feinberg said 2,925 families have applied. The official death count was 2,976. Families of 30 victims have taken no action, and the remainder are litigating their claims in federal court, said Feinberg, who spoke at the Justice Department after receiving a medal for his efforts from Attorney General John Ashcroft. Full Story
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