America is approaching the 20th anniversary of 9/11, one of the darkest days in U.S. history. While the story has been told and retold each September 11th, there are always new perspectives to observe and learn from regarding this tragic day. Bill Hemmer joins to discuss his new Fox Nation special airing Sunday, September 5th called “The Lost Calls of 9/11.” Following the events of that day, a man in Houston, Texas purchased used computer equipment and when he took the machine home and plugged it in he was shocked to discover it contained 103 never-heard-before calls from a trading room floor just across the street from the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11th. Bill explains how the calls tell a story of Americans seeing an attack unfold before their eyes and the emotional calls of men and women calling their families and loved ones and how the withdrawal from Afghanistan sets the stage for terror to potentially return to that same region where Al-Qaeda hatched the 9/11 terror attack.

A new Texas abortion law restricting the procedure six weeks after pregnancy has thrown the issue back into the national spotlight following the Supreme Court ruling to allow the ban to continue. The vote was 5-4. President Biden and many prominent Democrats have already spoken out against both the Texas law and the Supreme Court ruling, however, the five conservative judges who rejected the attempt to block this controversial law explained in their opinion that this decision is not an indication of whether the law itself is unconstitutional or not. The future of this Texas abortion ban is unclear as the Supreme Court will hear a Mississippi abortion case which will be the first abortion case considered by the High Court since Justice Amy Coney Barrett was confirmed. Host of Fox News Sunday Chris Wallace joins to discuss the details of the Texas abortion law and why the Supreme Court awaits the Mississippi case to make a significant decision on abortion rights. Later, Chris discusses the heavy political price President Biden can expect to pay for the chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan and how it relates to his new book coming out September 7th, Countdown bin Laden, in which he details the thrilling 247-day manhunt to bring to justice the man responsible for the 9/11 attacks.

Plus, commentary by former Deputy National Security Adviser K.T. McFarland.