New York Subway Station Reopens 17 Years After It Was Destroyed During 9/11 Attacks – NPR

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Seventeen years after it was destroyed in the September 11 terrorist attacks, New York City’s Cortlandt Street subway station has at long last reopened. The Metropolitan Transportation Authority, which runs the city’s subway system, unveiled the
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