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Negligence was not the cause of the collapse of a third World Trade Center tower several hours after the twin towers were destroyed in the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks, a federal appeals court said Wednesday, absolving a developer and others of
3 December 2013 56 shares 25 View comments A spooky, high-pitched whining sound coming from One World Trade Center has been giving New York residents the creeps. The strange choral sound, which appears to be caused by the wind, was first reported
Mary Altaffer/AP A closeup of the visage dubbed 'The Angel of 9/11.' A twisted and corroded steel girder recovered from Ground Zero appears to bear the visage of an anguished woman who construction workers dubbed the Angel of 9/11.
The delays, backbiting, design compromises and massive cost overruns that have marked the rebuilding process at the World Trade Center site are the sorry collective work of politicians angling for higher office, architects turning Sept. 11 cynically
The skyscraper race has passed America by. While American architects, including those from Chicago, are shaping many of the world's supertall towers, those skyscrapers are clambering toward the clouds in the Middle East and Asia, not in the U.S.,
The first office tower at Ground Zero since the September 11, 2001 attacks that destroyed the World Trade Center will open on Wednesday, marking a comeback for the Lower Manhattan site. Sheathed in glass, 4 World Trade Center is the smallest of the
A committee of architects has declared New York City's newly erected One World Trade Center the tallest building in the US, at 1,776ft (541m). The Height Committee of the Council on Tall Buildings and Urban Habitat announced its decision in Chicago.
Back then, there was no question the Manhattan icon was America's tallest skyscraper. But that was before Sept. 11, 2001, when the destruction of the World Trade Center towers sparked a rebuilding effort that included vows to produce a new "tallest
One of the newest veterans memorials in Kansas features a piece of metal recovered from the wreckage of the World Trade Center. Granite benches and walls and bricks with veterans' names eventually will surround the Larned memorial, which is still
Veronica Smalls, of Harlem, agrees."It has to be the tallest," she says. "Not one of the tallest," interrupts her friend Tyreek Jones of Brooklyn, "cause New York City needs to be known as No...Technically, One World Trade Center is 1,776 feet, from