As the nation reflects on Sept. 11, 2001, we'll be Christine Pisera Naman, whose son, Trevor, was born on that fateful day, and who gathered together striking black-and-white photos of her child and forty-nine other babies - from each state in the union - who share the same birthday.
Is there a terrorist training camp in Baghdad that specifically teaches how to take down planes using only their hands and knives? If so, could this be the smoking gun the Bush administration needs to tie Iraq to the attacks of Sept. 11? We'll ask Fox News military analyst retired U.S. Army Col. David Hunt.
Is America's public enemy No. 1, Usama bin Laden, dead or alive? We'll ask Rep. Dana Rohrabacher, R-Calif.
You'll hear the story of a true American hero, Lieutenant Commander David Tarantino, who was working at the Pentagon on Sept. 11 and raced into action saving lives.
And, we'll be joined Michael Hingson, World Trade Survivor and National Public Affairs Representative for Guide Dogs for the Blind.
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