New York's newspapers mostly left the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks off their front pages on Wednesday.
Besides a picture on the front of the Wall Street Journal, and a teaser on the bottom of the New York Daily News, the papers focused on two stories: Bill De Blasio's victory in the city's Democratic primary and President Obama's speech about the ongoing situation in Syria:
— Peter Lattman (@peterlattman) September 11, 2013
New York's television stations still carried the anniversary ceremonies live, and the national morning shows all aired a moment of silence to remember the attacks. But, overall, the media seemed to be continuing a trend carried over from 2012—acknowledging the date but folding the remembrance into other news.