Then, along came Katrina. This time, the attacker was Mother Nature, not Al-Qaeda, and she came with plenty of warning. And the post 9-11 response? Excruciating, clumsy, slow and inadequate, and it is getting the attention of the nation's top terror analysts.
What does one big hurricane tell us about U.S. readiness to handle another terror attack on the country?
Juliette Kayyem, lecturer at Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, former member of the National Commission on Terrorism;Brian Bennett, Time Magazine
Stephen Flynn, senior fellow at The Council on Foreign Relations, author of "American the Vulnerable: How Our Government is Failing to Protect Us from Terrorism"
Roger Cressey, president of Good Harbor Consulting, held senior cyber security and counterrorism positions in the Clinton and Bush administrations
This program aired on September 5, 2005.