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September 14th, 2009
06:00 AM ET

What's on Tap – Monday September 14, 2009

Here are the big stories we'll be breaking down for you this morning:

Brand new developments surrounding the case of missing Yale graduate student Annie Le – It is now a homicide investigation. Police say a body believed to be that of Le was found stuffed inside a wall at the research lab where she went missing last week. (Full story)

An audio message believed to be from Osama bin Laden has surfaced on radical Islamic Web sites. For 11 minutes, the terror mastermind lashes out at President Obama – calling him "powerless". There are also references to former President Bush and former Vice President Cheney. Our Senior Middle East Affairs Editor Octavia Nasr will give us some insight on this development. (Full story)

And it was one year ago, Lehman Brothers collapsed – sending the world's economy into a financial free-fall. Today, President Obama marks the occasion with a trip to New York. He'll deliver a major speech on the financial meltdown in the heart of Wall Street. The best political team on television is standing by with more on today's speech. (Full story)


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  1. jim vicalvi

    While some institutions were allowed to fail, several others have gotten even BIGGER. And, bonuses and executives pay have not changed. Why?? Because our politicians on all sides are in on the fix. Where would they get their spending money and the money to pay off their "companions". Male or female. We make a big thing about males having mistresses. Can anyone really prove that the females in Congress don't have their own kinds of "perks"?? Until the excess of bonuses and salaries are curtailed I don't doubt that the recession will continue. Good luck.

    September 14, 2009 at 9:12 am |
  2. Terry Marvin, Dallas, Texas

    Monday, September 14, 2009–6:14 am CST

    Morning Am Fix,

    I don't like to see Protests. i have seen. them.
    I'm a white woman, and I believe all the Protests that is going on, sound very racist to me. Because President Obama is the first
    African-American United States President, and the Republicans don't like him, because of his skin color.

    Sincerely,

    Terry

    September 14, 2009 at 7:22 am |