The rebuilding of the St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church at the World Trade Center, destroyed during the attacks on 9/11,
From special museum and art exhibits to traditional remembrance services, discover 12 ways to commemorate 9/11 this September.
Learn the fun facts about the USS New York, a U.S. Navy ship made of steel from the World Trade Center that is docked at Pier 88 for this year's Fleet Week.
For the 100,000 commuters who pass through Union Square subway station on a daily basis, one art installation is surely the most overlooked of them all.
It's the 17th anniversary of 9/11 this year and there are many ways to commemorate, pay your respects, and mark the day all over the New York City area.
The 9/11 Memorial Museum has added a new artwork that depicts the Manhattan skyline from the viewpoint of the WTC North Tower, created by artist Torlid Stray.
An often overlooked but crucial force within the MTA Police Department is its canine unit. How are dogs actually raised to aid officers in enforcing the law?
Lower Manhattan's story of decline, rebirth and transformation is being documented in a new multimedia exhibition, now on view at The Skyscraper Museum.
See what a full-scale emergency response exercise conducted by the Port Authority looks like on NYC's George Washington Bridge with these photos and videos.
From a map courtesy of NYU students, here are 10 monuments, memorials, parks, and historic locations throughout NYC to celebrate International Day of Peace.