It's been nearly 13 years since 9/11, but first responders, volunteers and other cleanup workers are still getting ill because of working in the toxic environment. That's why officials said it's necessary for any person involved in cleanup or rescue after 9/11 and in the surrounding areas to register for workers' compensation benefits.
One World Trade Center is the marquee skyscraper at ground zero in lower Manhattan. But the first office tower to officially open there will be its shorter neighbor, 4 World Trade Center.
Families who lost a loved one on September 11, 2001 are still coping with the traumatic nature of their loss. Terry Sears is the Executive Director of "Tuesday's Children." This organization provides programs and services to children who have lost a family member due to this tragedy. Also, Fordham University Junior, Kevin Clyne remembers his mom Susan who died in Tower One of the World Trade Center.
A New York City man has been given permission to display 300 "Flags of Honor" to commemorate Sept. 11 victims in lower Manhattan.
Every year around this time we're confronted with graphic images of what happened in Lower Manhattan on September 11th, 2001.
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg said the city's spirit is stronger than ever.
Nine years ago this week terrorists attacked. The twin towers collapsed. Nearly 3,000 people were killed. However, amid the tragedies of 9/11, hope was literally born. An estimated, 10,000 American families welcomed a new baby into the world on September 11th, 2001. A couple of those families share their stories on this week's Cityscape.
Next Saturday marks the 9 year anniversary of the terrorist attack on the World Trade Center. Over the past several years, we’ve heard a lot about the illnesses that have afflicted rescue and recovery workers who toiled at the site. But, on this week's Cityscape, we focus more specifically on the plight of those who lived, worked and studied in the area around ground zero.