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9/11, minute by minute: Chaos and 1 man's escape

Close your eyes and picture Sept. 11. The memories are cauterized, familiar forever. The second plane banks and slides in, the fireball blooms, the towers peel away as if unzipped from the top. Full story

Card: Bush handled news correctly

   Andrew Card, George W. Bush’s chief of staff on Sept. 11, 2001, tells TODAY’s Lester Holt that the president reacted appropriately by not visibly reacting when Card whispered “America is under attack” in Bush’s ear at an elementary school event in Florida on 9/11.

Kids with Bush on 9/11 saw change sweep over him

The 16 children who shared modern America's darkest moment with President George W. Bush are high school seniors now — football players, ROTC members, track athletes, wrestlers and singers. Full story

U.S. Chamber of Commerce ups opposition to Obama regulations

A powerful U.S. business lobby group on Wednesday launched a campaign against what it called President Barack Obama's "avalanche" of new regulations and warned these were costing American jobs. Full story

140,000 urged to stay indoors amid radiation leaks

   Top Talkers: The Morning Joe panel – including Pat Buchanan, the BBC’s Katty Kay, and former White House Chief of Staff Andy Card – discuss the top stories of the day including the news that dangerous levels of radiation are leaking from Japan’s Fukushima Dai-ichi complex. Japan’s Prime Minister Nao

Card hopes GOP takes House with ‘humility’

   Former White House chief of staff Andy Card and CBS's Lesley Stahl joins Morning Joe to discuss the agenda of the 112th Congress and John Boehner’s vision for the legislature.

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  Tax deal and the lame duck session

Sen. John Ensign and Andy Card join Morning Joe to talk about how the tax deal will leave Congress, as the lame duck session concludes.

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