News Analysis with Carol Marin
The nation mourns the deep and profound losses of five years ago. Carol Marin and her panel examine whether we are safer now than we were on September 11, 2001. Guests: Cortez Trotter, Aaron Gellman, Dr. Timothy Erickson, and Matthew Lippman
Air Traffic Controller
An O'Hare air traffic controller remembers September 11, including an order to evacuate the control tower.
A recent survey found that nearly 40% of the respondents felt some prejudice toward Muslims. We've gathered a diverse panel of Muslims to talk about their experiences since September 11 and their views of that tragic day.
A group of Chicago teens share their thoughts on what they remember from September 11, and how their world has changed since.
A new photography exhibit shows what one Chicago man saw and documented in New York City five years ago.
We'll find out what viewers are thinking about some of our recent segments.