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Sept. 11 Panel Cites 'New Information' After Bush Visit

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Sept. 11 Panel Cites 'New Information' After Bush Visit

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Sept. 11 Panel Cites 'New Information' After Bush Visit

Sept. 11 Panel Cites 'New Information' After Bush Visit

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Hear President Bush's Comments in Full

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President George Bush and Vice President Dick Cheney meet with the 10-member bipartisan commission investigating the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Members of the commission say they heard some new information during the closed-door meeting but would not specify what that information is. Hear NPR's Bob Edwards and commission member Richard Ben Veniste.

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