New York Fed to reopen for public tours in January

US - The Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which has suspended tours since 11 September, will reopen to visitors in January.

Officials decided to temporarily close the building to the public because of the difficulties in navigating downtown Manhattan following the World Trade Center attacks and the burden of beefing up security for fewer visitors, said spokeswoman Linda Ricci.

Security at the neo-Renaissance building has been upgraded, she said, declining to elaborate. Located within blocks of

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