9/11

The $24 admission fee to the 9/11 Museum in context

May 14, 2014
The entry fee to a memorial often stems from federal funding -- or lack thereof.
Posted In: 9/11, museums, memorials

New thinking to help returning vets navigate urban battlefield

Sep 17, 2013
A new program in New York helps returning vets thrive in the city.
Posted In: veterans, Economy, military, service, GI Bill, 9/11

WTC developer continues fight for 9/11 payments

Jul 17, 2013
The developer of the World Trade Center hopes to recover billions of dollars from United, American, Boeing and other aviation companies to pay for WTC's destruction in the 9/11 terrorist attacks.
Posted In: 9/11, september 11, terror attacks, world trade center

Freedom Tower enters crowded New York market to lure broadcaster antennas

May 21, 2013
Before 9/11, many local TV broadcasters transmitted from the World Trade Center. Now, they are being wooed back, but there's competition from other skyscrapers.
Posted In: news media, media, New York City, 9/11

Infographic: 9/11 ranks No. 2. on list of most costly catastrophes worldwide

Sep 7, 2011
This week, Marketplace explores the economic legacy of 9/11. One ripple we're investigating in a story Wednesday on Marketplace by Gregory Warner...
Posted In: 9/11, infographic, natural disasters

DOJ preparing to subpoena News Corp

Jul 22, 2011
The Wall Street Journal reported late last night that its parent company News Corp may be issued subpoenas by the Department of Justice to testify...
Posted In: 9/11, doj, hacking, murdoch, news corp

The Donald and the Cordoba House

Sep 9, 2010
This final note today, more evidence -- if you need it -- that Donald Trump will do just about anything for publicity. Trump waded into the flap...
Posted In: 9/11, donald trump, ground zero, islamc, manhattan, mosque, real estate

The 9/11 Legacy

Ten years after 9/11, Marketplace explores how September 11 changed our economy, society and lives -- ushering the U.S. into an age of uncertainty.

Posted In: 9/11