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Some Large Artifacts at 9/11 Museum Exposed to Sandy Flood Waters

Thursday, November 08, 2012

The September 11th Museum says some of the large artifacts already placed in its subterranean, uncompleted facility at the World Trade Center have been exposed to flood waters.

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Jon Stewart Appointed to Sept. 11 Memorial Board

Friday, January 28, 2011

Comedian Jon Stewart has joined the board of the foundation in charge of building the September 11 memorial in New York.

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World Trade Center Continues to Rise as Ninth Anniversary Approaches

Friday, September 10, 2010

Amid the clatter and clutter of the work site, the recently planted trees at the 9/11 Memorial are a sign of things to come. The first 16 of the nearly 400 trees were planted at Memorial Plaza in time for this year's Sept. 11 memorial services. At One World Trade Center, the structural steel now rises 36 floors and nearly all of the North and South pools have been tiled.

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The World Trade Center Rises: Following Developments From the Ground Up

Monday, August 16, 2010

Construction at the World Trade Center site has started, stopped, stalled and started again several times in the last nine years. But after clearing various hurdles with the city, developers and architects, rapid progress is now being made.

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Watching the Freedom Tower Rise

Monday, August 16, 2010

First, let me say I'm having a hard time letting go of the moniker "Freedom tower," even though I know the replacement for the Twin Towers' new name is "One World Trade."   I was there when it was named, and I'll be there, I hope, when the 1776-foot tall tower is complete.

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