Once the piece is bolted in place, One World Trade Center will be the tallest building in the United States.
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The 10-year anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks was commemorated with a memorial site featuring waterfalls surrounded by bronze panels etched with the names of the 2,983 people who died in the attacks. One of those names, …
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First they accidentally reinstate two 9/11 flight numbers, then this. United Airlines, this is not your best week ever.
Take a look at these links for a more in-depth understanding of yesterday’s events.
There was perhaps no place more fitting to go than the place where it all began. As President Obama wrapped up his remarks, confirming the death of public enemy No.1, Osama bin Laden, a few people started to gather at New York’s …
Officials in downtown Manhattan have encountered a surprise of above-average proportions.
Every Sept. 11, New York City fires up the “Tribute of Light” – two huge shafts of white light soaring into the evening sky. This year, however, the lights disoriented some 10,000 birds migrating over lower Manhattan, leading …
“Everything is on the table. We really are focused on solving it. I give you my pledge.”
— IMAM FEISAL ABDUL RAUF, on his determination to solve the current dispute over the proposed Islamic Center near Ground Zero (Via the …
Ground Zero has slowly transformed from a disaster site to a place for reflection and remembrance. View TIME.com’s photo gallery for visuals of the area’s evolution.
“Ground zero mosque” — the term is so simple! So evocative! So … inaccurate and misleading?