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Videos: Sept. 14, 2001

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

The Early Show's Bryant Gumbel talks with Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton about the World Trade Center disaster.
The Early Show's Bryant Gumbel reports on U.S. preparations for war.
CBS News Correspondent Bobbi Harley Reports on the flight school where some terrorists learned to fly an airplane.
CBS News Correspondent Bob Orr reports on the voice tapes recovered from the black boxes.
CBS News Correspondent Allen Pizzey reports Afghan leaders fear an attack on their country by the U.S.
CBS News Correspondent Bill Plante Reports on U.S. preparations for possible war.
CBS News Correspondent Leslie Stahl Reports on the market's struggle to survive after losing many of its employees.
CBS News Correspondent Debbye Turner Reports on the American spirit after the World Trade Center disaster.
CBS News Correspondent Bob Orr reports on discovery of the black boxes from American Airlines flight 77 and United Airlines flight 93.
The Early Show's Jane Clayson interviews a man searching for his missing fiancée.
CBS News Correspondent Jon Frankel reports on difficult weather conditions at ground zero of disaster.
CBS News Correspondent Jon Frankel reports on firefighters' rescue efforts.
CBS News Correspondent Vince Gonzales reports on lack of air travel security.
CBS News Correspondent Diana Olick reports on President Bush and officials' plan to attend church services.
CBS News Correspondent Bill Plante reports from the nation's capital as added security measures at the White House take effect.
CBS News Correspondent Jim Stewart reports on false published reports of additional hijackings.
CBS News Correspondent Mark Strassman reports on passengers' long wait at airports as they attempt to resume travel.
President Bush surveys the rubble at ground zero in New York City.
President Bush addressed a cheering crowd of rescue workers through a megaphone.
Jim Axelrod reports on the National Day of Prayer and Remembrance.
David Martin reports the Pentagon is rising to wage war against the terrorists.
Bad weather in New York hampered the search for anyone who might have survived, Byron Pitts reports.
Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill talks with Dan Rather about the attacks' effect on the economy.
CBS News' Jim Stewart reports federal agents have clearly been making progress in the investigation.

To view video from Sept. 15, 2001, CLICK HERE.

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