92 percent of young men surveyed said they didn't know about "this event which the foreigners call 9/11."
This is not going to be a low-key anniversary.
It took two complex computer algorithms to make it all work.
According to a poll, 97 percent of New Yorkers remember where they were and what they were doing.
"It was an extraordinary story."
We talk to Port Authority chief of staff Drew Warshaw.
The Millennium Hilton is suing the Port Authority for $8 million for being too noisy for too long during its reconstruction of the World Trade Center.
At least none that our intelligence agencies have picked up on.
"Seven in Heaven Way" is a violation of church and state, they argue.
Never say never.
It's already cost $10 million.
There, he silently laid a wreath in memory of victims.
After last night's jubilation, a complicated city sits back to reflect.
And no one is happy.
They never acted on it.
The 'Times' asks: "Is Stewart our Edward R. Murrow?"
"God Bless the USA."