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Continue -- but gradually reduce -- federal risk in terrorism insurance

The terrorists who turned the World Trade Center into rubble struck a devastating blow to the U.S. economy too, and few sectors felt it as acutely as the insurance industry. Afterward, insurers balked at providing any coverage for damage caused by further acts of terrorism, making it harder...

NY FIREMEN FLEE STATION After Cops Next Door Threatened by Black Guerilla Family

In George Bush’s America New York City firemen rushed in to the burning World Trade Center towers that were attacked by Islamist terrorists; in Obama’s America they flee in terror from Black prison gangs. The New York Post reported Wednesday … Continue reading ?

BC to honor Crowther at 9/11 Museum ahead of Pinstripe Bowl

Welles wore a red bandanna the day he died, rescuing others in the World Trade Center’s South Tower after making his way out of his office.

Life imitates art

Thursday’s episode of elementary featured two cops being shot by a lone gunman. Eerie how life imitates art. An episode of the Lone Gunmen had terrorists flying airplanes into the World Trade Center shortly before 9/11.

Book Review: CLOG: World Trade Center

CLOG: World Trade CenterCLOG, 2014Paperback, 168 pagesNo one needs to be reminded the the Twin Towers were destroyed in a terrorist attack on September 11, 2001, so the latest issue of CLOG is a welcoming thing, since it focuses on the pre-2001 existence of the towers and the other parts of the World Trade Center development in Lower Manhattan. Show More Summary

PATH Stations Eaten By Sandy To Finally Reopen This Weekend

Two years after Sandy stomped the hell out of our public transit, two long-closed PATH stations are finally reopening: The Exchange Place and World Trade Center stations will re- open tomorrow after needed signal upgrades forced them to shutter on weekends for nearly a year. [ more › ]

Calatrava Watch: Santiago Calatrava Defends Himself, Says He Has to 'Suffer'

Calatrava presents his World Trade Center transit hub design—Photo by Virginie Lefour/AFP/Getty Images In a feature for Co.Design, writer Karrie Jacobs attempts to demystify Santiago Calatrava, the Spanish starchitect known for his dramatic white winged structures and "hated" for his...

PATH stations reopening after Sandy repairs

PATH's Exchange Place and World Trade Center stations reopen this weekend after nearly a year without weekend service because of Superstorm Sandy repairs and signal upgrades. The Port Authority of... To view the full story, click the title link.

Santiago Calatrava: The World's Most Hated Architect?

Critics blast Calatrava for wildly overbudget buildings, including the World Trade Center's new transit hub. Is he just misunderstood? At a recent symposium featuring the renowned architects Michael Graves and Peter Eisenman, talk turns to fellow architect Santiago Calatrava. Read Full Story

Restaurant Honors September 11 Every Single Day

Staff and customers stand every day at noon and recite "The Star-Spangled Banner." A barbecue restaurant in Virginia Beach, Virginia has been honoring the lives lost in the attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City on September 11, 2001 since the day they opened. Show More Summary

Condé Nast Has a Rat Problem

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

For Condé Nast, moving into their new home at One World Trade Center was supposed to be a time for celebration. Instead, it has been a time of extermination. The New York Daily News reports that the Condé offices have been overrun with...Show More Summary

Jessica Alba Says Being in Business is 'So Stressful'

Jessica Alba sits down for a discussion at The New York Times DealBook Conference held at One World Trade Center on Thursday (December 11) in New York City. Earlier in the day, the 33-year-old actress was spotted running some errands with her daughter Honor (not pictured). “I actually appreciate being an actress now more than [...]

Rats Are Winning Their War on Condé Nast Staffers

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : The Cut

Upon arriving in their new offices at One World Trade Center last month, Condé Nast employees were greeted by rats who left droppings everywhere, nibbled on couture, and reportedly made Vogue editor Anna Wintour refuse to enter her office unless it had been deemed rodent-free by an underling. Now the... More »

Conde Nast offices at WTC still plagued with rats

The offices of Conde Nast at One World Trade Center continue to be plagued with rats.

Vogue.com and Style.com Share Floor at One WTC

2 weeks agoIndustries / Media : FishbowlNY

Staffers for Vogue.com and Style.com are getting cozy. WWD reports that the teams will share the 29th floor at Condé Nast’s new headquarters, One World Trade Center. We know. This is a bit much. It’s a story only a media reporter could love. Show More Summary

1 World Trade Center tower boasts new art

The new 1 World Trade Center features 13 bold and exciting new pieces of artwork.

LIVE: Lloyd Blankfein Speaks

Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein is speaking at the Dealbook Conference at One World Trade Center with Andrew Ross Sorkin. He's talking about a number of topics and he's cracking jokes too. Sorkin pointed out that he's grown a beard. Show More Summary

International Trailer Unleashed For The Walk

2 weeks agoMedia / Publishing : GalleyCat

The international teaser trailer for The Walk movie has been unleashed. The story focuses on Philippe Petit’s famous high-wire crossing between the the Twin Towers of the World Trade Center as told in Petit’s 2002 book, To Reach the Clouds. The video embedded above offers glimpses of Joseph Gordon-Levitt starring as Petit. Show More Summary

Joseph Gordon-Levitt Walks 'The Walk' On Top Of The World Trade Center: VIDEO

2 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

A vertiginous teaser trailer is out today for The Walk, a new feature starring Joseph Gordon-Levitt as the French tightrope walker who made history on a high-wire strung across the World Trade Center in 1974. The CGI-heavy trailer features a...

Under Obama, you’re more likely to go to prison for talking about torture, than for actually torturing people

2 weeks agoTechnology : Pando Daily

John Kiriakou is the only member of the Central Intelligence Agency imprisoned because of torture programs that saw people beaten, waterboarded, and “rectally rehydrated” in the years following the World Trade Center attack in 2001. He wasn’t jailed because he participated in the program. Show More Summary

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