By Meg Wagner New York Daily News
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Despite more than a decade of anti-terrorism efforts, America is still astoundingly vulnerable to terrorism attacks, a new study by the authors of the 9/11 Commission Report warns.
“The world has become more dangerous over the past few years,” says the new report, a follow-up to 2004′s original 9/11 analysis. “The struggle against terrorism is far from over.”
The original 9/11 Commission Report, released July 22, 2004, detailed the attacks on September 11, 2001, and the events that led up to them. It serves as the government’s official account of the terrorist assault.
By Steve Cuozzo New York Post
MediaMath came up with the right number for Larry Silverstein.
The global technology company has signed a lease for 106,000 square feet at 4 World Trade Center, making it the 2.3 million square-foot tower’s first private-sector tenant.
The deal has been in discussions for months but was only finalized Monday morning.
MediaMath will move more than 300 employees from three Midtown locations into 4 World Trade’s 44th, 45th and 46th floors, Silverstein said.
By Vic Carter CBS Baltimore
World Trade Center survivor Steve Peck and a reporter CBS Baltimore
BALTIMORE (WJZ) — When terrorists flew a plane into the World Trade Center on 9/11, Cockeysville businessman Steve Peck barely made it out alive. Recently, he made an emotional journey back to the site and saw the 9/11 Memorial for the first time.
September 11, 2001, was a fateful day in the life of Baltimore County business executive Steve Peck. He was in New York for a meeting in the North Tower of the World Trade Center—Ground Zero for the worst terrorist attack in our nation’s history.
“I’ll never forget. It was a morning not unlike today—beautiful, sunny day, cool. We walked in about 20 after eight. Of course, what an amazing turn of events that was because the plane hit right around 90,” Peck said.