NPR News Special: How Has Your Life Changed Since September 11th?


Margo Adler (first 30 minutes)
* NPR Reporter in New York

Kenny Johannemann
* Was in Tower 1 of World Trade Center at his job as a janitor when the first plane struck on September 11th

Bruce Feiler
* Author, Walking the Bible: A Journey by Land Through the Five Books of Moses

Victoria Clarke
* Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs and Marine Corps Major General Henry P. Osman, Director, Operational Plans and Joint Force Development Briefing From the Pentagon

One month later after the worst terrorist attack in history, America is still recovering from the deaths of nearly 55-hundred innocent people. Today, the nation is honoring and remembering the victims of the attack on September 11th. We'll bring you news events live as they happen, and talk to our reporters and analysts about the latest developments.



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