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Experts and lawmakers discuss the task ahead for an independent commission established to probe the circumstances that led to the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks as well as the appointment of former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger as its head.

Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday vetoed media amendments that would have limited news coverage of "anti-terror" operations, including events like last month's Moscow theater hostage crisis.

Following the recent capture of an al-Qaida operative and the release of an audio tape believed to be from Osama bin Laden, two experts discuss U.S. efforts to track down the terrorist group.