Aug 27, 2012

9/11 Museum Offers Guide to Aid Commemorations

9/11 Museum Offers Guide to Aid Commemorations

The Sept. 11 museum at ground zero is offering a hand on planning commemorations elsewhere as the anniversary of the terror attacks approaches.

Aug 16, 2012

Sept. 11 Memorial Defends Steel Cross

Sept. 11 Memorial Defends Steel Cross

A judge should toss out a lawsuit by a national atheists group seeking to stop the display of a cross-shaped steel beam found among the wreckage of the World Trade Center, lawyers for the operators of the Sept.

Aug 9, 2012

NYC 9/11 Memorial Surpasses 4 Million Visitors

NYC 9/11 Memorial Surpasses 4 Million Visitors

More than 4 million people have visited the Sept. 11 memorial at the World Trade Center since it opened last summer on the 10th anniversary of the terror attacks.

Jun 1, 2012

Feds to Rule on WTC Dust Cancer Aid

Feds to Rule on WTC Dust Cancer Aid

A federal health official is expected to decide within days whether to expand an aid program for anyone sickened by World Trade Center dust to cover cancer, a move that would be cheered by many former ground...

May 14, 2012

9/11 Husband Urges No Death Penalty for KSM

9/11 Husband Urges No Death Penalty for KSM

The husband of a 9/11 victim who was among the handful of relatives at Guantanamo Bay for the arraignment of Khalid Sheik Mohammed and four other alleged terrorists says the accused murderers should not be...

May 6, 2012

Anger as 9/11 Families Watch Terror Hearing

Anger as 9/11 Families Watch Terror Hearing

Moans, sighs and exclamations erupted Saturday as relatives of Sept. 11 victims watched the closed-circuit TV feed of the court hearing from a movie theater at Fort Hamilton in New York City. I

Mar 20, 2012

9/11 "Survivor Tree" Blossoms at Start of Spring

9/11 "Survivor Tree" Blossoms at Start of Spring

A pear tree that miraculously survived the Sept. 11 terror attack blossomed at ground zero on the first day of spring.

Feb 16, 2012

Federal Panel Considers WTC Cancer Claims

Federal Panel Considers WTC Cancer Claims

A government panel is considering whether a multibillion-dollar aid program for people sickened by World Trade Center dust should be expanded to include people who have cancer.

Nov 3, 2011

Sky Cowboys: Working at Top of World Trade

Sky Cowboys: Working at Top of World Trade

What's it like constructing One World Trade Center from the ground up? Tom Llamas and producer Keith Feldman take a ride to the 84th floor to show us what its like for these iron workers 1,000 feet up.

Sep 12, 2011

Victim's Name Misspelled on 9/11 Memorial

Victim's Name Misspelled on 9/11 Memorial

The family of a man killed on 9/11 was shocked to find his name misspelled on the official memorial at ground zero. The bronze inscription reads "Jeffery" Schreier instead of "Jeffrey" Schreier.

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North Korea Behind Sony Hack: U.S. Officials

North Korea Behind Sony Hack: U.S. Officials

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Brooklyn Rapper Arrested in Drug Trafficking, Gang Shooting Sting

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MTA Considers More Platform Conductors to Ease Crowding

MTA Considers More Platform Conductors to Ease Crowding

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