September 11th: What’s Changed?

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Tuesday, September 11, 2007

On the anniversary of the September 11th attacks, we look at what's changed in the 6 years since. Then, we get analysis of General Petraeus' testimony to Congress; and why Reform Judaism is publishing a new prayer book.

September 11th: What’s Changed?

Six years after the attacks, the mood is not as mournful, but there are many palpable changes in how we live our lives. We look at what’s different with the local response to emergencies, how local and national government agencies changed, the difference in our image abroad, is there a ...

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Prayer for Reform

The Central Conference of American Rabbis, an association of Reform rabbis, is publishing a new prayer book. Rabbi Peter S. Knobel, president of the CCAR, is joined by Elyse D. Frishman, rabbi at the Barnert Temple in Franklin Lakes, N.J., who edited the new prayer book, Mishkan T’filah.

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Petraeus Hearings

Live coverage of the Joint House Armed Services/Foreign Affairs Committees' hearing with General David Petraeus, the U.S. Armed Forces Commander in Iraq, and Ryan Crocker, the U.S. Ambassador to Iraq, with analysis from Time Magazine World Editor, Bobby Ghosh.

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