Sept. 11 Panel: Government Cooperating with Probe The independent panel investigating the Sept. 11 attacks issues an interim report citing improved cooperation from the Bush administration and its agencies. But the report does not indicate new findings. Many victims' families wonder whether the commission's final report, expected next year, will shed any new light on the attacks. Hear NPR's Larry Abramson.
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Sept. 11 Panel: Government Cooperating with Probe

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Sept. 11 Panel: Government Cooperating with Probe

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The independent panel investigating the Sept. 11 attacks issues an interim report citing improved cooperation from the Bush administration and its agencies. But the report does not indicate new findings. Many victims' families wonder whether the commission's final report, expected next year, will shed any new light on the attacks. Hear NPR's Larry Abramson.