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The CBS News Weekend Roundup with National Correspondent Dan Raviv
Special Edition: 9/11 America Remembers
September 9 - 11, 2011
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Segment One: Dan Raviv presents excerpts from coverage of the attacks on the World Trade Center from WCBS Radio in New York City with New Yorkers describing what they saw and felt as passenger planes crashed into the two towers.
Segment Two: Dan speaks with Correspondent Cami McCormick about her experiences covering the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Correspondent Heather Bosch reports on the memorial under construction at Ground Zero in lower Manhattan. Correspondent Bob Orr reports on a new 9/11 terror threat. Correspondent Jim Taylor reports the people of New York City are taking it in stride. Correspondent Scott Pelley talks to New York City Police Commissioner Ray Kelley about the continuing threat of an attack against the United States.
Segment Three: Dan visits the 9/11 Pentagon Memorial and speaks with Thomas Heidenberger who lost his wife Michelle in the 9/11 attacks. Dan talks to National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about the American reaction to the 9/11 attacks. Dan asks CBS News military consultant Col. (ret.) Jeff McCausland about strategic changes since 9/11. Bill Rehkopf of CBS Radio station KDKA in Pittsburgh, reports on the people who died in Shanksville, Pennsylvania.
Segment Four: White House Correspondent Peter Maer reports on his recollections of the chaos in Washington on the day of the attacks. An excerpt from a report on 9/11 by Chief Washington Correspondent Bob Schieffer. Dan speaks about national security changes with Admiral (ret.) Dennis Blair, the former United States Director of National Intelligence. Correspondent Vicki Barker in London reports on foreign reaction to the 9/11 attacks.
Segment Five: Dan speaks with National Security Analyst Juan Zarate about whether there will ever be another attack like 9/11. Correspondent Cami McCormick reports on the increased aviation security instituted since 9/11. Dan speaks with Philip Zelikow, who was executive director of the 9/11 commission, about the possibility of further attacks. Dan also speaks with Tim Roemer, who was a member of the commission, about the resiliency of the American public.
The CBS News Weekend Roundup is produced in the Washington bureau of CBS News. It is hosted by CBS News National Correspondent Dan Raviv. The Executive Producer is CBS News Correspondent Howard Arenstein. Questions about the broadcast may be directed by e-mail to Howard Arenstein at the address: ArensteinH@cbsnews.com.