Center for American Progress - Think Again: For 9/11 Investigation, Where Is Fox? - Page: "Following the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Congress — over intense White House objections - created an independent, 10-person commission to investigate the bombings that took nearly 3,000 lives. In the tradition of the Warren Commission, and the inquiries into Pearl Harbor, the 9/11 commission would offer up the definitive take on the historic tragedy, and provide key assessments so America was never caught off guard again. And it would do that by combing through millions of documents, with unfettered access. Thomas Kean, former New Jersey Republican governor who’s chairing the commission, recently reported it’s engaged in 'the largest investigation of the United States government in United States history.'"
Hear about the 9/11 Commission? No, well that's not particularly surprising.