Ten years ago today, in the deadliest Naval attack in more than two decades, the USS Cole was bombed in Aden, Yemen. Al Qaida claimed responsibility for the suicide attack that killed 17 American sailors and injured 39 others. It was the first time many Americans had heard of the terrorist organization and Anwar al-Awlaki, the man who later be know for his involvement in the Fort Hood shooting and working with the "underwear bomber" in 2009.
Now a decade later, family members of the victims of the Cole are still frustrated that none of the suspected bombers have been prosecuted. John Clodfelter is one of those family members. He tells us how his son, Kenneth Clodfelter, died in the attack.
We also talk with Marisa Porges, a former counter-terrorism advisor to the U.S. government about whether the Obama administration is paying enough attention to the continued threat from radical groups in Yemen.