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Videos: Sept. 12, 2001

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Roundup of footage from terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
CBS News' Jon Frankel recaps the events of Sept. 11, 2001.
CBS News' Hattie Kauffman reports on reactions from Americans around the nation.
CBS News' Tom Fenton reports on reaction from world leaders and the possibility of Osama bin Laden's involvement.
CBS News' Bryant Gumbel interviews Secretary of State Colin Powell.
CBS News' Barry Petersen reports on increased security in Asia.
CBS News' Bryant Gumbel speaks to New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
CBS News' David Martin reports on Pentagon fatalities and the U.S. military's reaction to the attack.
The President speaks from the White House.
CBS News' Bob Orr reports on the latest information about the hijackings and increased security measures.
CBS News' Mika Brzezinski reports from the scene in New York City.
CBS News' Jim Stewart explains various leads officials are pursuing.
CBS News' Vince Gonzales reports on safety violations committed by United and American Airlines as well as Boston's Logan Airport.
John Blackstone reports on how the trade towers' engineering impacted what happened.
Somewhere between 100 and 200 people may have died in the Pentagon attack, National Security Correspondent David Martin reports.
The search for the hijackers' associates is in full fury, CBS News Correspondent Jim Stewart reports.
CBS News Chief White House Correspondent John Roberts reports the president apparently was a target.
CBS News' Byron Pitts reports from the rescue scene in lower Manhattan.
There is some evidence authorities had a last minute warning before one attack, Bob Orr reports.
Maureen Maher reports on the growing fears of some Arab-Americans.
CBS News Business Correspondent Anthony Mason reports on the plan for reopening markets.
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld talks with Dan Rather about the attack.

To view video from Sept. 13, 2001, CLICK HERE.

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