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Antonia Mendez holds a picture of her daughter, who was killed in the crossfire of a gang shootout. (Rebecca Letz - Newsday)
Post coverage of the World Trade Center attack in New York and its aftermath.

Terror Law Used Against N.Y. Gang 
As New York prepares , critics say post-9/11 legislation is being applied too broadly.

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Revised WTC Freedom Tower Design Unveiled (Post, Dec. 19, 2003; 1:52 PM)

An Empty Space: Eight Finalists Chosen for Memorial at Trade Center Site (Post, Nov. 20, 2003)

Competition to Design 9/11 Memorial Starts: New York Agency Opens Field to All Comers and Will Pick Jury to Select Design (Post, April 9, 2003)

Winning WTC Design Faces Uncertain Future: Plan Awaits Developer -- and $350 Million (Post, Feb. 28, 2003)

Design Picked for WTC Site Tops World's Tallest Towers (Post, Feb. 27, 2003)

Trade Center Design Finalists Feature Soaring Towers: Both Plans Would Construct World's Tallest Building (Post, Feb. 5, 2003)

Ground Zero Workers Afflicted, Study Finds: Tests Show Physical, Psychological Ills Persist Nearly a Year After Rescue Efforts (Post, Jan. 28, 2003)

Health Effects at World Trade Center Debated (Post, Jan. 7, 2003)

Prep School For Bushes Takes Gift From Saudi (Post, Jan. 2, 2003)

GAO Reports on 9/11 Charities: Office Says Lack of Coordination Made Distribution Difficult (Post, Jan. 2, 2003)

Out of the Rubble, Bold Visions: Architects Unveil Designs for 16-Acre World Trade Center Site (Post, Dec. 19, 2002)

New York Remembrance Walk Honors 9/11 Victims (Post, Sept. 30, 2002)

Cracked Building In N.Y. Leveled (Post, Sept. 30, 2002)

Respiratory Ills Plague Ground Zero Workers: Many Who Breathed Fumes Face Disability, Grim Recovery Rates (Post, Sept. 16, 2002)

New Yorkers Reclaim a Seared City (Post, Sept. 12, 2002)

A Wellspring of Grief, and Hope: In a Gaping Crater, New Yorkers Find a World of Possibilities (Post, Sept. 9, 2002)

N.Y. Firehouses Losing Many to Retirement (Post, Sept. 9, 2002)

Marine Biologists Dig Deep to Find Net Effect of 9/11 (Post, Sept. 9, 2002)

From the Ashes, a City Grew: Autumn in New York Brings Memories of One Clear Day (Post, Sept. 9, 2002)



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