WHY WSJ STAFFERS WERE PROUD TO HAVE STILL PUBLISHED THE DAY AFTER 9/11: Bill Power, news editor of the Wall Street Journal tweets today photos of “our offices across from the WTC:”


In early October of 2011, my first trip back to the New York area after 9/11 to visit friends and family, I visited the offices of the bond rating company Moody’s, located a block away from the World Trade Center. Their building was still closed at the time and you need police permission to walk down the block it located on, but a friend who was employed there gave me a tour of the offices. Every room was still covered with what seemed like an inch of that same dust.

UPDATE: In contrast, apparently the New York Times doesn’t consider the anniversary of 9/11 fit to print on the front page: