Sept. 11: The Fourth Anniversary Four years have passed since terrorist hijackings led to the transformation of U.S. foreign policy and propelled the nation into war in Afghanistan and Iraq. Now, as Hurricane Katrina poses a fresh emergency, the dark days after Sept. 11 offer a frame of reference for America's capacity to respond.
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Sept. 11: The Fourth Anniversary

Four years have passed since terrorist hijackings led to the transformation of U.S. foreign policy.

A report from the DOJ's OIG on intelligence, 9-11 and the FBI.

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