The U.S. And The World Discuss Death Of Bin Laden Crowds gathered at Ground Zero and outside of the White House after news of Osama bin Laden's death spread, waving flags and singing the national anthem. And across the Middle East, this development will affect U.S. relationships.
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The U.S. And The World Discuss Death Of Bin Laden

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The U.S. And The World Discuss Death Of Bin Laden

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Crowds gathered at Ground Zero and outside of the White House after news of Osama bin Laden's death spread, waving flags and singing the national anthem. And across the Middle East, this development will affect U.S. relationships.

Guests

Deb Amos, foreign correspondent, NPR
Kelly McEvers, foreign correspondent, NPR
Ryan Zinke, former Navy SEAL Team Six commander, current Republican state senator in Montana
Gordon Felt, president, Families of Flight 93
Scott Detrow, state bureau chief, Pennsylvania Public Radio