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An American flag that was flown over the World Trade Center ruins after 9/11 and was stolen last week from the front porch of the family of a fallen firefighter has been returned with an apology note.
It was once a gritty stretch of Manhattan known for rail yards, warehouses and aging industrial buildings, so desolate it was dubbed "The Wild, Wild West."
The enormous National 9/11 Flag has been unfurled at the World Trade Center site.
Sept. 11 survivors, victims' relatives, first responders and dignitaries including President Barack Obama visited the National Sept. 11 Memorial Museum as it was dedicated Thursday. Here are some of their thoughts.
The unidentified remains of those killed on Sept. 11 returned to the World Trade Center site in a solemn procession on a foggy Saturday morning.
Thousands of vacuum-sealed plastic pouches filled with bits of bone rest in a Manhattan laboratory. These are the last unidentified fragments of the people who died in the World Trade Center on Sept. 11, 2001.
A retired fire officer who helped rebuild the city's fire department after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks will be named the its new commissioner, according to two officials briefed on Mayor Bill de Blasio's decision.
A group of Sept. 11 family members vowed Thursday to protest when the unidentified remains of those killed at the World Trade Center are moved to a repository at the site this weekend.
The unidentified remains of those killed at the World Trade Center on Sept. 11 are set to be moved to a repository at ground zero this weekend, renewing a more than decade-long debate among grieving family members about the best final resting place for their loved ones.