This program is 29 minutes long
(Reagan National Airport: Tom Costello) House hearings on TSA tactics reviewed; statistics on security breaches cited; examples cited. [Representative Jason CHAFFETZ- comments on the bomb-finding abilities of Amtrak police dogs.] [TSA assistant administrator John SAMMON- admits they will not conduct joint reviews with the FBI at all airports.] [Airport security consultant Rafi RON- says when you identify the risk you can adjust the level of search.] E-mail from the TSA quoted.
(Washington: Lisa Myers) A Senate investigation into cramming, the addition of bogus charges onto phone bills, featured; scenes shown from Florida of a company representative refusing to talk. [Phone customer Barb ARNOLD- reacts.] [Senator Jay ROCKEFELLER- explains how the phone companies make money from these charges.] [Senator Claire McCASKILL- notes the phone companies allow these people to bill because they’re getting a piece of the pie.] [US Telecom Assn. president Walter McCORMICK- says it remains a problem.]
(London: Stephanie Gosk) The collapse of the News Corp. deal to buy the network BSkyB due to the outrage over the phone hacking scandal in Britain featured; statement from News Corp.’s Chase Carey quoted; scenes shown of a protest over the hacking of murder victim Milly Dowler; details given about Rupert Murdoch’s media empire. [In Parliament, British Prime Minister David CAMERON – says they should stop thinking about mergers until they sort out the mess they created.] [CNBC’s David FABER- says Murdoch has rarely been thwarted.]
(Studio: Brian Williams) The CNBC special report “Empire Under Attack” noted.
(Cairo: Richard Engel) A series of 3 terrorist bombings in Mumbai, India reviewed; scenes shown; details given about suspicion of the Pakistan-based group that attacked Mumbai in 2008. [Indian Home Minister Palaniappan CHIDAMBARAM- says the city has been put on high alert.]
(Studio: Brian Williams, Andrea Mitchell) The tension between India and Pakistan, both nuclear countries, discussed.
(Fort Worth, Texas: Kevin Tibbles) A Texas law aimed at circumventing the ban on incandescent bulbs by allowing “made in Texas” bulbs to be sold there featured; video from Freedom Action shown. [Lighting store owner John PATTERSON- says Americans ought to have a choice.] [State representative George LAVENDER- says we’re tired of the federal government micromanaging our lives.] [American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy Steven NADEL- says 90 percent of the energy is given off by heat.] [Representative Ted POE- comments on the mercury in the new bulbs.]
(New York: Anne Thompson) The achievement of the US women's World Cup soccer team featured; game scenes and Nike ad shown; details given about their social media fan base. [Team captain Abby WAMBACH, PLAYER, GIRL – comment.] [Soccer fan Erin FITZSIMMONS- recalls the 1999 team.] [Sportsillustrated.com Maggie GRAY- comments on famous male athletes who are following women’s soccer.]