Remember September 11th with the Photographers Who Captured the Most…

American Photo has a special edition iPad app about September 11th. It's built around the cover story that interviewed photographers who documented that horrific day. The story was already amazing, on the iPad it's even better. » 9/10/11 5:20pm 9/10/11 5:20pm

How NYC Is Protecting Itself from the Terror Threat This Weekend

Federal officials are currently investigating a potential car bomb plot that Al Qaeda has planned for this weekend, the anniversary of 9/11. The car bomb plot is "credible" but not confirmed and is supposed to target bridges and tunnels. » 9/09/11 4:20pm 9/09/11 4:20pm

What the NYPD's Impressive Counter Terrorism Unit Actually Does

Reuters just published a photo essay of the NYPD's Counter Terrorism Unit. The unit is loaded with heavy weapons, Big Brother-esque technology and a determination to prevent something like 9/11 from happening again. » 9/08/11 12:40pm 9/08/11 12:40pm

How the Greenest Skyscraper Ever Is Rising Out of the Rubble of the…

On September 11, 2001, the World Trade Center transformed from a pair of gleaming towers into a carcinogenic pile of smoldering rubble that's still killing people. Currently rising out of that rubble, though, is a skyscraper with the most environmentally advanced technologies ever attempted at the scale. » 9/08/11 11:30am 9/08/11 11:30am

Behind the Scenes at Ground Zero

On September 6th, Gizmodo went behind the cordon to tour the progress of the World Trade Center and the 9/11 Memorial. From the first floor to the 71st, see how these incredible structures are taking shape—from the inside. » 9/07/11 4:00pm 9/07/11 4:00pm

The Amazingly Touching Way the 9/11 Memorial Arranged the Names of the…

The 9/11 Memorial is sure to be beautiful—a cascading waterfall in remembrance of that tragic day. It's also extremely thoughtful—instead of arranging the names in alphabetical order, the 9/11 Memorial will cluster people together who share bonds through friendship, work or incredible story. » 9/07/11 12:20pm 9/07/11 12:20pm

How New York City Built a Massive $3.8 Billion Underground Transit…

The original World Trade Center PATH (Port Authority Trans-Hudson) Station, opened in 1971, was destroyed in the 9/11 attacks when the WTC towers collapsed on top of it. Its replacement, the World Trade Center Transportation Hub, is a mega-terminal on the scale of Grand Central Station—under the new WTC complex. » 9/07/11 11:50am 9/07/11 11:50am