As the nation pauses to remember and mourn the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, we'll look at the resilience that New York City and the nation has demonstrated in the past year with real estate mogul Donald Trump, president of the Trump Organization.
The government has urged the homeland to remain on guard for future possible attacks. But what does that mean for average Americans? We'll ask Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., ranking member of the Senate Select Intelligence Committee, and Jim Kallstrom, senior advisor to New York Gov. George Pataki on counter-terrorism.
You'll get the very latest in the War on Terror from Fox News correspondent Geraldo Rivera, live from Tora Bora, Afghanistan.
Is victory in the war on terror tied to the quest for peace in the Middle East? Former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu weighs in.
How has the nation sought to heal the wounds of Sept. 11, 2001? The God Squad: Monsignor Tom Hartman and Rabbi Marc Gellman, join the debate.
Is a rematch with Saddam Hussein on the horizon? Soldier, columnist and author Col. David Hackworth offers insight.
How has Wall Street fared in the past year? And what does the future hold? We'll ask Sal Sodano, CEO of the American Stock Exchange.
We'll look at how the families of the victims of Sept. 11 are managing one year later with Joshua Gotbaum, CEO of the September 11th Fund.
Plus, you'll hear Brian Clark's harrowing tale of how he survived the attack on the South Tower of the World Trade Center.
And, we'll get an update on the pursuit of reparations from Stephen Push, who lost his wife aboard American Airlines Flight 77.
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