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The Rebuilding of Ground Zero

Seventeen years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the World Trade Center site now is home to office and retail spaces, farmers' markets, and special events. Rick Cotton, executive director of the Port Authority, wants the site to be a "vigorous part of the resurgence of lower Manhattan."...

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Seventeen years after the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the World Trade Center site now is home to office and retail spaces, farmers' markets, and special events. Rick Cotton, executive director of the Port Authority, wants the site to be a "vigorous part of the resurgence of lower Manhattan." (Credit: CHEDDAR)