Sept. 11 Lawsuit NPR's Tovia Smith reports from New York City about the families of the Sept. 11 attacks taking the airlines and the owners of the World Trade Center Towers to court. The families argue someone is responsible; the defendants say there was no way to prevent the attacks.
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Sept. 11 Lawsuit

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Sept. 11 Lawsuit

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NPR's Tovia Smith reports from New York City about the families of the Sept. 11 attacks taking the airlines and the owners of the World Trade Center Towers to court. The families argue someone is responsible; the defendants say there was no way to prevent the attacks.