World Trade Center skydivers 'sullied' 9/11 memories

Two base jumpers who skydived off the World Trade Center "sullied the memories" of victims of the 9/11 attacks, a New York judge said on Monday, slapping them with hefty sentences of community service.

Baby born at World Trade Center, first since 9/11
Baby born at World Trade Center, first since 9/11

A New York woman delivered a healthy baby girl at the World Trade Center commuter station on Tuesday, the first birth at the site since the 9/11 attacks, officials said.

Documents show bitter CIA dispute over pre-9/11 performance
Documents show bitter CIA dispute over pre-9/11 performance

Top CIA officials fought bitterly in the years after the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks over whether U.S. intelligence agencies could have done more to stop the deadliest terrorist strikes in American history, documents released on Friday show.

US over-reacted to 9/11 attacks, says new Oxford Univ chief

 The US over-reacted to the September 11 terror attacks on the World Trade Center in 2001 as the country lacked exposure to violent extremism, a leading UK academic has said.

New York celebrates opening of World Trade Center deck

Testament to the regeneration of New York, nearly 14 years after the 9/11 attacks, is the new observation deck at the World Trade Center, offering spectacular views across the city.

9/11 rescue workers face chronic illnesses

The 9/11 attacks on the World Trade Center in New York City in 2001 have left a legacy of chronic ill health among emergency medical services workers, who came to the rescue of the victims, says a new research.

American 9/11 victim identified, nearly 14 years on

Nearly 14 years after the September 11 attacks on New York, the remains of a victim from the neighboring state of New Jersey has finally been identified.

Two window washers rescued from 69th floor of World Trade Center

 Two window washers were rescued at the new World Trade Center Wednesday after the cable secured to their platform snapped and left them dangling 69 floors above ground for nearly two hours.

PM Modi visits 9/11 memorial, pays homage to terror victims

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday visited the 9/11 memorial and paid homage to victims of the 2001 terror attack .

Unidentified 9/11 remains returned to Ground Zero

Thousands of unidentified remains of victims of the 9/11 attack in New York were transferred in a solemn procession on Saturday to Ground Zero, the World Trade Center site that is now a memorial and museum.

Four arrested in World Trade Center jump

Three extreme-skydiving enthusiasts accused of parachuting off the 1 World Trade Center tower last year were arrested, authorities said, in a second criminal case in two weeks arising from surreptitious stunts at the nation`s tallest skyscraper.

9/11 memorial museum to open in New York on May 21

A museum commemorating the September 11, 2001 attacks will open on the former site of the World Trade Center in May, it was announced on Monday.

Bin Laden kin wanted to harm US: NY prosecutor

Osama bin Laden summoned his son-in-law in the hours after the September 11, 2001, attacks to use the "murderous power of his words" to rally terrorists around the world against America, a prosecutor told jurors today at the start of a terrorism trial just blocks from the World Trade Center complex.

New World Trade Center declared tallest building of the US

The One World Trade Center, currently being built at the site of the twin towers destroyed in the 9/11 terror attacks, has been declared the tallest building in the US at a symbolic height of 1,776 feet.

Chunk of 9/11 airplane found in New York

New York police said Friday that they have found a fragment of one of two airplanes that slammed into the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

Racist, sexist graffiti over new World Trade Center bathrooms

Workers in World Trade Center have been ordered to clean the racist and sexist graffiti symbolizing national unity in bathrooms.

A decade on, rise of BRICs shaped by September 11

As his global teleconference broke up in disarray on September 11, 2001, a top economist at a US investment bank began to ponder what the attacks on the United States might tell him about the future shape of the world. His conclusions had little to do with Al Qaeda.

Battling blazes in city of skyscrapers

New York firefighters gave politicians and journos a glimpse into what it is like to battle blazes.

WTC arts space gets $100 million

The arts center planned for Manhattan`s rebuilt WTC got a $100 mn boost.