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Topic - World Trade Center
The World Trade Center (WTC) was a complex of seven buildings in Lower Manhattan in New York City that were destroyed in the September 11, 2001, terrorist attacks. The site is currently being rebuilt with six new skyscrapers and a memorial to the casualties of the attacks. At the time of its completion, it was the tallest building in the world, surpassing the Empire State Building which was also built in Manhattan. - Source: Wikipedia
An Egyptian Islamic preacher's statements that "everybody was happy" when the World Trade Center was hit by airplanes can be heard by a jury sitting just blocks from the site of the Sept. 11 attacks, a judge ruled Tuesday.
They're high steppers of a different sort.
A daring teenager who sneaked to the top of the nation's tallest building - 1 World Trade Center - will be assessed in a program for youthful offenders, a judge said Wednesday.
Sen. Charles Schumer stood by the World Trade Center on Sunday, demanding that federal officials review security after daredevils twice sneaked to the top of the site's signature, 104-story skyscraper.
A jury's conviction of the al-Qaida spokesman who warned Americans that the "storm of airplanes" would not stop after the Sept. 11 attacks prompted Attorney General Eric Holder to claim victory for the civil court system, signaling terror suspects arrested in the future in the U.S. or abroad will routinely face justice in civil courts rather than military tribunals.
Two CNN producers were accused of trying to breach security at the World Trade Center site and were arrested on Tuesday, a day after four men were arrested over a parachute jump off a trade center tower and a week after a teenage boy was accused of an unauthorized climb.
Justin Casquejo, the teen who managed to breach the security at the World Trade Center and climb to the near-top at the spire, now says he's sorry — he didn't mean any harm.
A long-awaited museum dedicated to the victims of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will open to the public at the World Trade Center site on May 21, officials announced Monday.
A teenage thrill-chaser slipped through a fence, eluded a security guard and climbed to the top of 1 World Trade Center, authorities said Thursday as concerns swirled about a seemingly audacious breach at what is supposed to be one of the world's most secure sites.
A New Jersey teen is accused of bypassing security to climb to the top of 1 World Trade Center in lower Manhattan to take photos, authorities said.
City dwellers facing one of the most brutal winters on record have been dealing with something far more dangerous than snow falling from the sky: ice tumbling from skyscrapers.
A lawsuit challenging the security plan for the World Trade Center was dismissed Thursday, as a judge rejected nearby residents' arguments that a system of barriers would burden their neighborhood with fortress-like security.
After years of delays due to funding disputes, engineering challenges and a nearly disastrous flood, a museum dedicated to victims of the 9/11 terror attacks will open to the public in mid-May in a giant cavern beneath the World Trade Center site - with a world-class admissions price of $24.
After years of delays due to funding disputes, engineering challenges and a nearly disastrous flood, a museum dedicated to victims of the 9/11 terror attacks will open to the public in mid-May in a giant cavern beneath the World Trade Center site — with a world-class admissions price of $24.
Economists this week offered different takes on the state's economic outlook for 2014, with one posing the question of whether Alaska's economy is grounded.