‘Angel of 9/11’: Face seen in twisted WTC beam

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At left, a piece of “Impact Steel,” a twisted girder from the North Tower of the World Trade Center that is now housed at the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. At right, a close-up of the girder highlights what appears to be a shadowy face within the metal. 

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How deep is it? Show us your snow photos #NBCNewsPics

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As the latest snow storm moves across the Midwest to the east coast, share your snow photos with us. Please add the hashtag #NBCNewsPics to your photos on Instagram and Twitter.

See our collection of photos across the country and upload your own here.

'The people love it': Controversial $1M 'kissing statue' arrives in San Diego

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San Diego held a party for a 25-foot tall couple along the Embarcadero Saturday as the sculpture “Unconditional Surrender” was welcomed with a public dedication.

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Thousands sign online petition against high-tech Christmas tree

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Instead of a traditional pine tree, a high-tech light installation vaguely shaped like a Christmas tree stands in the the city center of Brussels.  And the 82-foot sculpture is causing quite a stir, with thousands of signatures appearing on an online petition against it.

White House sand castle built to pay tribute to upcoming Republican convention

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Artist Meredith Corson puts the finishing touches on a sand sculpture of the White House behind the Bilmar Beach Resort in Treasure Island, Fla., Aug. 23. The resort is also constructing sand sculptures of Abraham Lincoln & the Lincoln Memorial to coincide with the Republican National Convention, which starts in Tampa, Fla., next week.

"How I Roll" spins plane 360 degrees in front of Plaza Hotel

A new sculpture by Paola Pivi called “How I Roll” is seen in front of the Plaza Hotel at the Doris C. Freedman Plaza in Central Park in New York on June 26. The sculpture is a modified six-seat Piper Seneca plane held aloft on its wing tips enabling 360 degree rotation. Sponsored by the Public Art Fund project, the piece will be on display until Aug. 26.

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