Though the city lost hundreds of millions of dollars in tourism revenue following the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, a steady rebound in tourism and the closely tied retail market has occurred, perhaps best personified by the rebirth of Lower Manhattan.
“There’s a lot going on Downtown that shows it is stronger and better Read More
On June 17, 1972—41 years ago today—five men were arrested after breaking into the Democratic National Committee headquarters at the Watergate Hotel and Office Building at the Watergate Complex in Washington D.C. Two years later, U.S. President Richard Nixon had resigned.
The burglars would ultimately admit to having photographed documents and wiretapped phones during that incident Read More
When terrorists detonated a monster bomb in the underground parking garage at the World Trade Center’s North Tower on February 26, 1993, it shook the city with seismic strength.
Six people died and 1,042 were injured in the bombing. But it came before the widespread understanding, blunt as it was, that terrorists wanted to kill Read More