Three U.S. Airways planes got a little too close for comfort in the Washington D.C. area. Bob Orr explains how it happened.
After 9/11, America realized more than 4,000 chemical plants are sitting ducks for terrorist attack. Half a billion dollars have been spent on a program to secure the plants. But it turns out 90 percent of the most vulnerable plants have not even been inspected. Armen Keteyian reports.
The war in Afghanistan has cost more than 2,000 American lives, and has affected countless others, including Pride and Joseph Kirven whose brother Marine Lance Corporal Nicholas Kirven was killed in combat in May 2005. They talk to CBS News' David Martin about the toll on their family.
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