This program is 28 minutes long
(Studio: David Muir) The Justice Department announcement that five major banks will be penalized billions for their role in the mortgage mess examined; details given about people's mortgage problems and the coming changes due to the settlement; statistics cited. [Two mortgage HOLDERS - complain.] [New York attorney general Eric SCHNEIDERMAN- says mortgages will be handled case by case.] [Arizona REALTOR - lists the low home sales price.] The prospects for dealing with Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac mortgages noted.
(Atlanta: Steve Osunsami) Plans to build a new nuclear power plant in Georgia featured; details given about what happened at Three Mile Island, of the opposition coming across the Internet and the government's multi-billion dollar investment in the project. A statement from the NRC's Gregory Jaczko against licensing the plant approval quoted. [Union of Concerned Scientists Edwin LYMAN- criticizes the thinking on the issue.]
(Studio: Christiane Amanpour) The situation in Homs, Syria, now under fire for six days, featured; scenes shown of the assault by President Bashir al-Assad's army, secret field clinics, rocket strikes. [Activist "DANNY" - asks for help to get rid of the regime.] [Senator John McCAIN - says the massacre goes on.] The options for the US to help the Syrian opposition discussed.
(Washington: Pierre Thomas) FBI intelligence developed on Apple CEO Steve Jobs examined; details given from the record of an extortion plot against him and from a background investigation of Jobs. [2005 at Stanford, JOBS - admits he never graduated from college.]
(Tacoma: Chris Cuomo) An ABC News interview held with Elizabeth Griffin-Hall, the social worker who brought Josh Powell's two boys home for a visit that ended with their death in an explosion at the Powell home in Washington state; boys' photos shown; her 911 call played. [GRIFFIN-HALL - says Powell had this look in his eye before he closed the door; recounts what she told the 911 dispatcher and the lack of response; jokes about the two boys; notes there were no indicators from Powell that he would kill his sons.]
(Studio: Diane Sawyer) Further coverage of the story on "20/20" noted.
(Hollywood: David Wright) The Hollywood Walk of Fame star for Beatle Paul McCartney featured; performance video and photos shown. [McCARTNEY - reacts; talks about his songs.]