Sept. 11 in the Trump era, hacking the power grid and bringing Jose Lopez Ramirez home
September 11, 2017
On the show today, the ways in which the 9/11 attacks shape President Donald Trump's world view and his administration's foreign policy. And, we remember the life and work of American historian Nancy Dupree, who spent years living in Afghanistan with her husband. Dupree passed away over the weekend. Plus, why Norway's gone back to paper ballots for their elections.
Stories in this Edition
She was born in New York, grew up in India and moved to Kabul in 1962, as a diplomat’s wife. She didn’t stay married, but she fell in love with the country.
A high school sophomore talks about what it's like learning about Sept. 11 exclusively from a history book.
Donald Trump watched from his office in Manhattan as the attack at the World Trade Center took place in 2001. Now, 16 years later, President Trump's emerging foreign policy is still shaped by the terrorist attacks of that day.
Hackers have gained unprecedented access to power grid controls in the US and abroad, according to a new report by the cybersecurity firm Symantec.
Despite 16 years of effort, al-Qaeda has not gone away. In fact, they might be poised to make a dramatic return. Ali Soufan, a counter-terrorism expert and former FBI agent, looks at the organization's strengths and weaknesses.
A Guatemalan family struggles with the aftermath of their son's death in the US.