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.
Forty years ago today, Philippe Petit performed a high wire act between the two towers of the World Trade Center.
Relatives of 9/11 victims have stepped up their political activity since the attack more than other New Yorkers have and have become a bit more Republican, a Yale university researcher has found.
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.
A New York judge has tossed out a lawsuit seeking to stop the display of a cross-shaped steel beam found among the World Trade Center's wreckage.
PATH trains are about to resume service on a line that has been out of service on weekends since Superstorm Sandy.
The president of the National Sept. 11 Memorial and Museum says continuous construction at the museum is expected to restart at the end of the month.
The steel construction of 4 World Trade Center is drawing to a close.
A change to the design of a needle that will sit atop One World Trade Center is raising questions over whether the building will still be America's tallest when completed.