Washington Week

Remembering 9/11: What's Changed?

Clip: Season 2011 | 3m 36s

The terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001 were a national tragedy that affected the lives of all Americans in one way or another. From the way we think to politics to our lifestyles, the impact was felt by all of us. 10 years after that traumatic day, our Washington Week reporters reflect on how much and how little things have changed because of 9/11.

Aired: 09/09/11

Rating: NR

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