Osama bin Laden was killed. From people celebrating at Ground Zero and outside the White House to Taliban members declaring retaliation in response to the death of the al-Qaida terrorist, each of us are moved in different ways by Osama’s death. How does the news matter to you? Share with us your thoughts on how you’re feeling about this significant happening in the War on Terror.
Osama bin Laden: How Do You Justify Feeling Good About Killing Someone? Dr. Barbara Okun on how parents and children can talk about the complicated emotions around the death of the most deadliest terrorist
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Jane Harman Reflects on 9/11 and National Security
Watch this video with Jane Harman, who we interviewed at the Aspen Ideas Festival in July 2010. Jane is currently Director, President and CEO of the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. At the time of this interview, Jane was the Congresswoman representing the 36th district of California and also serving on the Committee on Homeland Security:
Here is our interview from the Aspen Ideas Festival in July 2010 with Andrea Mitchell, Chief NBC Foreign Affairs Correspondent and Host of “Andrea Mitchell Reports” on MSNBC:
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