U.S. Soldier Discussed Attack on 9/11 Memorial, Prosecutors Say

Cole Bridges was arrested after he discussed a possible attack with an F.B.I. informant posing online as a sympathizer with the Islamic State.

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New York City Museums Offer Back to School Discounts

Many museums and zoos are offering free and discounted admission for students and caregivers in the next few weeks.

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N.Y.C. Remembers 9/11 Amid a Pandemic

The solemn rituals that mark a tragedy that brought New York and the nation to its knees will be altered under the burden of another crisis.

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New York Has Contained the Virus. How Long Can It Last?

The coronavirus has been kept under control in the the state, but it might just be a matter of time before a resurgence.

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Tribute in Lights Will Shine After All, Officials Say

The National September 11 Memorial & Museum had said the display would have to be canceled because of the coronavirus pandemic.

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9/11 Tribute Lights Won’t Be Projected Into Sky This Year

The decision to cancel the tribute was made because “the health risks during the pandemic were far too great” for the crew of about 40 stagehands and electricians. 

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8 Things to Do This Weekend

How can you get your cultural fix when many arts institutions remain closed? Our writers offer suggestions for what to listen to, read and watch.

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For Families of 9/11 Victims, Virus Further Slows the Pace of Justice

With proceedings at Guantánamo Bay upended, chances are growing that the 20th anniversary will pass without the trial of the men accused of plotting the attack getting underway.

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