Remembering 9/11

On Thursday, Sept. 11, FOX News Channel will present a two-hour, commercial-free special Remembering 9/11 to mark the second anniversary of the terrorist attacks. 

Our special coverage will start at 8:30 a.m. ET and run through 10:30 a.m. ET.

FOX News Live anchor Jon Scott will be hosting from the site of the World Trade Center, with co-host Brigitte Quinn standing by in Studio B.

FNC Managing Editor of Business News Neil Cavuto will have the opening bell report, and give us a big-picture look at the economic impact of the attacks.

In addition to special interviews and analysis of our progress in the war on terror, we will have live coverage of the commemorative proceedings from Washington, D.C., the Pentagon and Shanksville, Pa.:

   • President Bush will attend a prayer service of remembrance in our nation's capital, where he will observe a moment of silence.  

   • Vice President Dick Cheney (search) will attend a memorial service at Ground Zero in New York City and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld (search) will take part in a wreath laying ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery (search).

   • Interior Secretary Gale Norton (search) will attend a ceremony at Shanksville, Pa., the site where one of the four terrorist-hijacked planes crashed.

Stay tuned to FOX News all morning long as we remember the day America changed forever.

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The AP contributed to this report.