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Battery Park City »

NYPD and Port Authority Squabble Again Over World Trade Center Security

The NYPD has shrugged off suggestions from the PA about ways to reduce the WTC security footprint.

TriBeCa »

Banksy Puts Up 9/11 Tribute in TriBeCa

The British street artist's latest work features the silhouette of the Twin Towers.

Williamsburg »

Williamsburg Sports Bar Offers Family's Tribute to 9/11 Victim

Edwin Zambrana Jr.'s father and brother-in-law opened Eddie Jr.'s Sports Lounge honoring the 911 victim.

Travis »

More Possible Human Remains Found in WTC Rubble

Sixty-eight possible victims' remains have been uncovered since the city began a sift effort on April 1.

Financial District »

9/11 Memorial Visitors Bristle at New $2 Booking Fee

Tourists at the 9/11 Memorial expressed disappointment about a new $2 fee now charged to some visitors.

Williamsburg »

City Removes Veteran's War Protest Art From McCarren Park

The city removed a sculpture that Army Veteran Giovanni Gelardi said he erected for deceased military.

Downtown »

Filmmaker Creates Twin Towers Montage

Filmmaker Dan Meth pulled together 30 years of the Twin Towers appearing in feature films including "Dog Day Afternoon" and "Superman."

Greenwich Village & SoHo »

Redesigned 9/11 TV News Archive Launches at NYU

NYU released a new collection on how television news helped the world understand the 9/11 attacks Wednesday.

Downtown »

Hundreds of 9/11 Family Members Reserve Tickets to Memorial

9/11 families reserved 500 tickets to the Sept. 11 memorial on the first day a hotline went into effect, officials said.

Downtown »

Osama bin Laden is Dead Nearly 10 Years After 9/11

Osama bin Laden is dead, President Barack Obama announced Sunday.

Downtown »

New Yorkers Seek Closure After Osama bin Laden's Death

The death of Osama bin Laden has provoked mixed emotions for many New Yorkers.

Downtown »

Firefighter Blasts Law Firm For Using Him in 9/11 Ad

A FDNY firefighter and model is up in arms after a law firm used his image for their 9/11 victims' compensation ad.

Downtown »

Twin Towers Tightrope Walker Philippe Petit to Teach Classes in New York

Famed World Trade Center tightrope walker Philippe Petit will teach 18 lucky students his art this summer in New York.