How do you protect yourself and your family? Find out in a discussion with two the country’s foremost terrorism experts.
Peter Greenberg is one of America’s most recognized travel news journalists and the consummate insider on reporting the travel business as news.
He is a multiple Emmy® Award-winning CBS News travel editor, editor at large of Global Business Travel magazine and a New York Times bestselling author. Travel Weekly named him one of the most influential people in travel, and he was inducted into the US Travel Association’s Hall of Leaders for his contributions to the industry.
Join him as he begins a new 92Y series entitled Planes, Trains and Automobiles, in which he offers cutting-edge travel information and tips—including the good, the bad and, yes, even the ugly aspects of travel that everyone needs to know before leaving home.
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A former Emmy award winning ABC-TV news reporter John Miller had the only exclusive 1998 interview with Osama bin Laden. The co-author of the New York Times bestseller The Cell: Inside the 911 Plot, he is currently the NYPD's Deputy Commissioner of Intelligence. A former Deputy Director of National Intelligence at the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, he was also an Assistant Director of the FBI heading the Office of Public Affairs and serving as the department’s national spokesperson. Before joining the FBI, Deputy Commissioner Miller was the Commanding Officer of the Counter Terrorism and Criminal Intelligence Bureau for the LAPD. Prior to the LAPD, he served as the NYPD’s Deputy Commissioner of Public Information. Before accepting his current position he was at CBS News reporting on "CBS This Morning" and on "60 Minutes.”
As Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security (2009-2013) Jane Holl Lute was the Department’s chief operating officer, and was responsible for managing the Department’s efforts to prevent terrorism and enhance security, secure our nation’s borders, administer and enforce U.S. immigration laws, strengthen national resilience in the face of disasters, and ensure the nation’s cyber security. Prior to that she was Assistant Secretary-General of the United Nations (UN) responsible for on-the-ground support and worldwide peace operations, including rapid-response in support of humanitarian operations and crises.