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9/11 Commission Hearings

Special Coverage from WNYC

Monday, March 22, 2004

WNYC AM 820 will provide special coverage of a hearing by the Senate Committee on Governmental Affairs on the recommendations of the 9/11 commission.  9/11 Commission co-chairs Thomas Kean and Lee Hamilton are scheduled to testify. WNYC's Richard Hake hosts.

Audio of the Hearings


The Commission's twelfth public hearing on "The 9/11 Plot" and "National Crisis Management" was held June 16 and 17, 2004, in Washington, DC.
» Listen to the June 17 hearings
» Listen to the June 16 hearings

The Commission held its eleventh public hearing on "Emergency Response" on May 18 and 19, 2004, at New School University in New York City.
» Listen to the May 18 hearings
» Listen to the May 19 hearings

»Visit NPR for more coverage

»Visit the 9/11 Commission website

»Visit the NYC Dept. of Emergency Management site

»Visit the U.S. Department of Homeland Security

Coverage from WNYC


9/11 Commission Initial Findings
May 20, 2004
The independent Federal commission released their initial findings on New York City's September 11th emergency response. After two days of public hearings the panel raised serious doubts about how well the city is prepared for another attack.
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9/11 Commission Initial Findings
May 19, 2004
The independent Federal commission released their initial findings on New York City's September 11th emergency response. After two days of public hearings the panel raised serious doubts about how well the city is prepared for another attack.
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Audience Turns Up Heat in 9/11 Hearings
May 18, 2004
After almost thirteen hours of testimony, the 9-11 Commission concluded their New York City hearings. Yesterday the federal panel grilled city commissioners on the details of emergency procedures, but the tone shifted today with the heat coming from audience members.
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Coverage from The Brian Lehrer Show

Final Hearings, The Brian Lehrer Show
June 14, 2004
Bob Hennelly WNYC New Jersey correspondent and a contributing editor for New Jersey Monthly on the final 9/11 Commission hearings on National Crisis Management and the weekend in politics
» Listen

Think Locally, The Brian Lehrer Show
May 13, 2004
Andrea Bernstein WNYC Reporter with a roundup of local politics including the 911 hearings in New York.
» Listen

Condoleezza Rice, The Brian Lehrer Show
April 8, 2004
The President’s National Security Advisor takes the stand today before the 9/11 Commission. Condoleezza Rice will refute Richard A. Clarke’s accusations that the Bush team did not heed important warnings during the "summer of threat" in 2001.
» Listen

Shot in the Clarke, The Brian Lehrer Show
March 25, 2004
John Dickerson White House correspondent for Time Magazine looks at the substance and the politics of the 9/11 commission
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Secretaries’ Day, The Brian Lehrer Show
March 23, 2004
The 9/11 Commission hears testimony today from former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright and current Secretary of State Colin Powell. Tune in to Brian Lehrer to hear the testimony and analysis.
» Listen

Monitoring Long Term Health Effects around Ground Zero
October 29, 2003
Health care officials say they need at least 256 million dollars in federal funds to help them adequately monitor the health of those who worked and volunteered at Ground Zero.
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Local Officials Demand Full Post-9/11 Cleanup
August 27, 2003
A recent report by the Inspector General of the federal Environmental Protection Agency has local officials feeling vindicated. That report said the EPA, under pressure from the White House, downplayed the potential air quality health hazards of the dust and debris caused by the September 11th attacks on the World Trade Center.
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Mental Health After 9/11
September 18, 2002
In the wake of the September 11th attacks, New York City launched the largest mental health campaign in the country.
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September 11th Archives


WNYC's Beth Fertig arrived within a few blocks of the World Trade Center as the towers were burning, and witnessed each building's collapse. The coverage WNYC's news team on 9/11 and the following days is listed on this page.
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Comments [1]

joseph p bell from woburn ma

june 17 2004 ;12th public hearing ,last session ,FAA ;most important of all the meetings ; Please find it on the official website and turn it into a television MUST WATCH video . Extremely crucial to 911 answers . thank you .

Mar. 03 2012 07:53 PM

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