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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.
Adults who visit the Sept. 11 museum at the World Trade Center will be charged $24 admission.
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.
The federal government should help support the World Trade Center's Sept. 11 museum, which is set to open this spring after years of delays but could be facing budget shortfalls, Mayor Bill de Blasio said on Wednesday.
More than $14 million from tax return check-offs, most intended for health-related causes like cancer research, has been sitting in accounts for years without being spent for the intended purposes, the New York comptroller's office reported Wednesday.
Comcast Corp. already built the tallest skyscraper in town. On Wednesday, it announced plans to build an even taller one.
An obscure academic organization called the American Studies Association not long ago voted to endorse a resolution calling for a boycott of Israeli universities. The self-appointed moralists were purportedly outraged over the Israeli government's treatment of Palestinians.