Kids and 9/11

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Thursday, September 11, 2008

Seven years later, how do you talk to your kids about the 9/11 attacks? Also, an update on where things really stand with the reconstruction of the WTC site. Plus, what 100 top experts think about the current state of global terrorism.

Seven Years Later

Arun Venugopal, WNYC reporter, covers the 9/11 memorial service in Lower Manhattan.

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Kids Coping

Psychologist Dr. Michael Cohen, president of the Michael Cohen Group, explains how we should talk about September 11th to children.

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Redevelopment Efforts

WNYC reporter Matthew Schuerman talks about the redevelopment efforts at the World Trade Center Site.

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Healing After Catastrophe

Reverend T.K. Nakagaki of the New York Buddhist Church talks about the church’s floating lantern ceremony tonight honoring the victims of 9/11. The ceremony is in partnership with the Interfaith Center of New York. Chloe Breyer, the Center’s director, discusses where New Yorkers are spiritually seven ...


Annual Terrorism Index

William Dobson, managing editor of Foreign Policy Magazine, discusses the 2008 Terrorism Index, a survey of more than 100 experts in the field.

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From the Left

Paul Begala, political consultant, CNN contributor, and author of Third Term: Why George W. Bush (Hearts) John McCain, discusses his new book and the Obama campaign.

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Gary Berntsen, chairman of New York Veterans for McCain, former CIA field commander during the war in Afghanistan in 2001, and author of Jawbreaker: The Attack on Bin Laden and Al-Qaeda: A Personal Account by the CIA's Key Field Commander, talks about security in a post-9/11 world.

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Just the Facts

Politifact's Bill Adair, the weekly guest for the month of September, brings his Truth-O-Meter to fact-check some recent campaign claims.

What election facts do you want Bill to check out?

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