For the first time ever, cats had a place at the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show

Each year since 1877, the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show has been held in New York City to celebrate all different types of canines — from beagles to boxers, chihuahuas to collies, anyone can be named Best In Show.

But what about cats?

While cats can’t take place in the actual show (it is the “Dog Show,” after all), they have finally been given a spot in the festivities.

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One World Trade Center: 15 years of rebuilding a landmark

The twin towers of New York City’s World Trade Center were iconic. They stood tall as a testament to the strength and abilities of the humans who built them, and to both the city and country that they called home.

The north and south towers officially opened in 1970 and 1971, respectively. The nearly-identical buildings were the tallest in the world until being surpassed by Chicago’s Sears Tower in 1973. The north tower stood just six feet taller than its counterpart.

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