KISSINGER DAZZLE DECEMBER 4, 2002 - As President Bush appoints Henry Kissinger to lead the autonomous inquiry in the 9/11 attacks, Kissinger's inner monologue is loudly heard. (2:44)
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MICHAEL MOORE JANUARY 14, 2003 - Michael Moore discusses the Iraq War and questions the Saudi Arabian involvement in 9/11. (6:25)
STEVE KROFT PT. 2 FEBRUARY 18, 2003 - "60 Minutes" anchor Steve Kroft discusses post-9/11 hysteria, and Jon suggests a novel way to improve the Department of Homeland Security. (2:46)
NONPORT REPORT JULY 28, 2003 - The far more likely explanation for 28 pages of blacked out findings in the 9/11 report is that the Bush administration is giving us contemporary conceptual art. (4:03)
BLAME! JULY 28, 2003 - The attacks of 9/11 could have been prevented if the right combination of skill, cooperation, creativity and some good luck had been brought to the test. (2:13)