Ceremony Marks 23rd Anniversary Of 1993 World Trade Center BombingFamily members of the victims will take part in a ceremony near the North Pool of the 9/11 memorial at the World Trade Center in downtown Manhattan at around noon.
$4 Billion World Trade Center Transit Hub To Open Next WeekThe most controversial – and expensive – building in New York City opens to the public next week, but CBS2 has a sneak preview of the $4 billion World Trade Center transit hub.
FDNY: One World Trade Center Is Not On Fire, Despite Social Media WorriesMany New Yorkers are taking to social media believing that the World Trade Center is on fire, but that is not the case.
Long-Awaited World Trade Center Transportation Hub Set To Open In MarchThe $3.9 billion transportation hub at New York's World Trade Center is set to open in the first week of March.
Life-Like High-Wire Scenes In ‘The Walk’ 3-D Leave Audiences With Vertigo SymptomsA movie about a historic high-wire act is causing high anxiety for some theater goers, some audience members have reported severe symptoms of vertigo.
Bill Providing Medical Help For 9/11 Responders Set To Expire At MidnightFederal officials responsible for administering the program warn that by February the program will start to face challenges
Unprecedented Security Measures In Place For Pope's NYC VisitFences and barricades are going up around New York City as the NYPD and federal law enforcement make final preparations before Pope Francis arrives on Thursday.
Road Closures Begin Ahead Of Pope Francis' VisitPreparations are in full swing for Pope Francis' visit to New York City this week as he wraps up his visit to Cuba Monday before heading to Washington DC.
Security Guard From WTC Site Charged In Lower Manhattan StabbingA security guard at the World Trade Center site has been charged for allegedly stabbing a man in Lower Manhattan.
Police: WTC Security Guard Stabs Man After Dispute At Lower Manhattan McDonald's Charges are pending against a World Trade Center security guard after police said he stabbed a man during an altercation in Lower Manhattan.
Moments Of Silence, Reading Of Names Mark 14th Anniversary Of Sept. 11 AttacksWith a moments of silence and somber reading of names, victims' relatives began marking the 14th anniversary of Sept. 11 in a subdued gathering Friday at ground zero.
Rebuilding Continues At Ground Zero 14 Years After 9/11The skyline where the World Trade Center once stood is now standing tall again in a whole new way and the work is not done yet.