Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Remembering 9/11. Today's "Video Of The Day"


Playlist for Wednesday, September 11, 2019

5a Hour

  • Rising - Bruce Springsteen
  • Another Day In Paradise - Phil Collins
  • Where Where You (When The World Stopped Turning) - Alan Jackson
  • Wherever You Will Go - Calling
  • Unsung - Helmet
  • The Diary of Jane - Breaking Benjamin
  • Pink Houses
  • Everything You Want - Vertical Horizon

6a Hour

  • Freshman - Verve Pipe
  • Everything To Everyone - Everclear
  • American Child - Phil Vasser
  • Days Go By - Keith Urban
  • Where The Stars & Stripes and the Eagles Fly - Aaron Tippin
  • Letters From Home - John Micheal Montgomery
  • Have You Forgotten - Darryl Woorley
  • Fool For Your Loving - Whitesnake

7a Hour

  • Gimmie Shelter - Rolling Stone
  • Modern Day Cowboy - Tesla
  • I Stay Away - Alice In Chains
  • Voices - Disturbed
  • Rump Shaker - Wreckx-N-Effect
  • Leave It - Yes
  • Love's Theme - Love Unlimited Orchestra
  • Midnight City - M83
  • Happier - Marshmello/Bastille
  • Girlfriend - Matthew Sweet

8a Hour

  • Am I Wrong - Nico &Vinz
  • Slow Hands - Nial Horan
  • Bizarre Love Triangle - New Order
  • Buffalo Stance - Neneh Cherry
  • You're The Best Thing About Me - U2

More than 10 times the number of NYPD police officers have died in the 18 years since 9/11 as were killed in the terror attack on the World Trade Center itself. To date, 241 members of the NYPD died of 9/11-related illnesses -- compared to the 23 killed in the attack on the World Trade Center. The last 18 years have been just as devastating for the fire department. Twenty-two members of the FDNY have died of 9/11-related illnesses since the last anniversary. On Friday afternoon, their names will be added to the FDNY World Trade Center Memorial Wall. And today -- over 6,500 days after those attacks -- DNA testing is still being conducted to identify remains of those who perished in the towers. ABC News' Aaron Katersky is at Ground Zero and talks with Tony about what life is like nearly 20 years later.


Many in Washington are wondering how John Bolton's exit will affect US foreign policy a day after President Trump fired his National Security Advisor. The President let the axe fall citing "policy disagreements." And disagree they did, Bolton even claiming he offered his resignation the night before the firing. CBS News has also learned President Trump was angry because he believed Bolton leaked a story that he wanted to explore the use of nuclear bombs to prevent hurricanes from hitting the US. Bolton was Mr. Trump's third National Security Advisor forced out. He is also the 18th cabinet-level official to exit the administration in just over two and half years. Joining Tony with analysis is CBS News Military Analyst Mike Lyons.

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