Remembering 9/11, Gov. George Pataki, 20 Years Later
On This Week's Edition
On this week's edition of New York NOW, we remember the 9/11 terror attacks that changed New York — and the country — forever.
Former Gov. George Pataki, who was governor at the time, takes us behind the scenes of the state's response to the attacks, how they weighed on him, and how things have changed 20 years later.
Reporters covered the attacks on the ground, putting their lives at risk alongside first responders.
Jami Floyd from WNYC and Dave Debo from WBFO share what they saw covering the attacks, both in New York City and Washington, D.C.
Darrell Camp speaks to lawmakers about what 9/11 means today for New York City, and the country.