Here’s what is on tap for Thursday:
FOX & Friends First (6 a.m. ET)
Another videotape believed to be Usama bin Laden's was released by Al-Jazeera TV (search). What does this mean to American security as we remember the 9/11 attacks? We'll ask terror analyst Dr. Harvey Kushner (search).
Some families of lost loved ones are not satisfied with redevelopment plans for Ground Zero (search). We'll be joined by the chairwoman of Voices of September Eleventh, Mary Fetchet. She lost her son, Brad, in tower two of the WTC.
On 9/11, American Airlines Flight 77 (search) crashed into the Pentagon. Lisa Raines was a passenger on that flight, and since then, her husband Stephen Push has moved on, while keeping her memory alive. He'll join us from D.C.
Also, best-selling author Dr. Georgia Witkin will be here to help you address the emotions you may be feeling during the 9/11 anniversary.
FOX & Friends (7 a.m. ET)
The explosion at the Pentagon left David Theall trapped under a wall and surrounded by fire. Fortunately, he's alive and will be here to tell his story. He's a public affairs officer at the Pentagon.
Plus, we'll be joined by New York Governor George Pataki from Ground Zero!
Cantor Fitzgerald (search) lost 658 employees on 9/11. Soon after, the company established a fund to assist victims' families. We'll be joined by the chairman and CEO of the company, Howard Lutnick.
Deputy Secretary of Defense Paul Wolfowitz will join us from the Pentagon crash site.
Todd Beamer became a hero on 9/11 when Flight 93 crashed in Shanksville, Pennsylvania (search). Todd's best friend, Doug McMillan founded the Todd Beamer Foundation in his honor, and will speak more on his legacy with us.
We'll also have the man who used his leadership and courage to help get New York City back on its feet, former Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Two years later, what is being done to make sure nothing like 9/11 ever happens again? James Kallstrom, the New York state senior adviser for counterterrorism will fill us in.
Tille Geidel lost her husband Gary at the WTC on 9/11. He was a firefighter just two weeks shy of retirement. Tillie and her daughter will share their hope of keeping his legacy alive.
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