What might it be like to live on Mars? Bjarke Ingels Group — the architects behind the designs for Two World Trade Center in Manhattan and the Hyperloop One — has an idea. The firm is designing a city in the desert of the United Arab Emirates meant to simulate a Mars colony. Show More Summary
The "TWA lounge at 1WTC" is equal parts museum and timepiece. It features memorabilia as well as TWA-themed lounge areas on the building's 86th floor.
A broken pipe sent water pouring down a stairwell and into an occupied elevator near the top of the World Trade Center Tuesday afternoon. Multiple videos posted online by office workers at the building showed ringing alarm bells and water running in places where it definitely should not be. Show More Summary
In what has become one of the most moving — and visible — 9/11 memorials, two giant pillars of light near where the World Trade Center’s twin towers once stood were turned on in lower Manhattan this week to mark the 16th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
After the World Trade Center fell, those of us who were there were divided into therapy groups. Sorted by trauma. People who lost a parent in one group. People who escaped down a stairwell in another group. I was in the group of people who got hit by flying body parts. The first thing I noticed...
When terrorists attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon on Sept. 11, 2001, no one knew exactly what the future would hold.
On September 11, 2001, a group of evil men hijacked four planes. Two crashed into the World Trade Center towers. One crashed into the Pentagon. One crashed in a field in Pennsylvania. The intent of the attacks was plain as day: to strike fear into the hearts of Americans. Show More Summary
Until September 11, 2001, I worked in the World Trade Center, halfway up Tower One. I wasn’t doing political blogging at the time, but was writing “the Baseball Crank” as a weekly baseball column for the online edition of the Providence (R.I.) Journal. Show More Summary
On 9/11, as the World Trade Center collapsed and the Pentagon was in flames, Jo Moore, an adviser to one of British prime
The red and yellow lights atop the skyscraper honor the victims of the terrorist attacks in Spain.
On 9/11, as the World Trade Center collapsed and the Pentagon was in flames, Jo Moore, an adviser to one of British prime minister Tony Blair’s Cabinet members, sent a short email to her boss’ press office: “It is now a very good day to get out anything we want to bury. Councillors expenses?” This...
The moment a lightning bolt strikes the spire of the One World Trade Center has been captured by multiple angles in New York. The footage was shot in Manhattan around 4:52am this morning.
On Tuesday night, New York City was treated to a spectacular show in the form of a pretty severe thunderstorm. SEE ALSO: This is what it sounds like to stand next to a lightning strike The top of One World Trade Center was reportedly...Show More Summary
Thirty people became U.S. citizens on Tuesday afternoon at a naturalization ceremony held on the 102nd floor of One World Trade Center. [ more › ]
Thirty immigrants were sworn in atop One World Trade Center, in a ceremony that featured a speech by the former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara.
A year after opening, the Westfield World Trade Center mall is still trying to fill its retail space amid ongoing construction. The Wall Street Journal reports the count of retail shops is now 82,... To view the full story, click the title link.
A New Jersey artist has made an impressive tribute to the One World Trade Center tower by designing and assembling an exacting Lego replica of the downtown skyscraper. [ more › ]
Rookie Evan Engram has not even played a game for the Giants yet, but he already feels a connection to his new home. That’s why the tight end had the Freedom Tower, One World Trade Center — which he can see across the river from his apartment — tattooed on his right forearm. “I visited…
Father Brian Jordan, holy water in one pocket and brass knuckles in the other, marched toward the burning remains of the World Trade Center.
Lucian B. Wintrich, White House reporter for the bizarre and often inaccurate Gateway Pundit blog, tweeted out a curious meme depicting President Donald Trump as one of the hijacked planes flying into the World Trade Center, shown with the CNN logo.