New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg Tuesday reflected on residential and economic growth of Lower Manhattan just days before the 10th anniversary of 9/11.
New York City's Mayor Bloomberg called the rebirth of Lower Manhattan over the last ten years one of the greatest comebacks in this nation's history.
Longer lines and extra security are the "new normal" at the airport post-9/11.
Ten years ago, the Transportation Security Agency didn't exist. It was created in the months after 9/11 to close the security loopholes that had allowed 19 terrorists to board and hijack the planes used in the attacks. It also forever changed the way we fly.
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