This program is 29 minutes long
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The safety questions about older model Jeep fuel tanks examined; crash test shown; details given of the call from the NHTSA for a recall due to fires in rear impact crashes and Chrysler's refusal of a recall. [Center for Auto Safety Clarence DITLOW- comments on Jeep fires and hopes Chrysler will recall the Jeeps.] [Crash survivor Janelle EMBREY- comments on the fire in the Jeep.] The possibility the case could wind up in court discussed.
(Washington: Martha Raddatz) The new battle in Congress over the issue of sexual assault in the military examined; scenes shown of the lineup of senior officers at the hearings; statistics cited; details given about specific recent cases. [Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray ODIERNO, commandant of the Marines Gen. James AMOS- read statements.] [Senators Kirsten GILLIBRAND, Claire McCASKILL- says you have lost trust and it is about violence.] [Raped former Marine, Sarah PLUMMER- comments on the legal questions.] A statement from Senator John McCain about the issue of the military noted.
(Washington: david Kerley) The announcement by scientists that the Oklahoma tornado is the widest tornado ever recorded examined; scenes shown of the El Reno tornado that killed three storm chasers; statistics cited. [VICTIM - comments.]
(New York: Linsey Davis) The controversy over a statement from the governor of Mississippi blaming poor education on working mothers examined; scenes shown from a "Washington Post" event. [Governor BRYANT - comments on women working.] [Working Mothers Media director Jennifer OWENS- calls it offensive to blame working parents.]
(San Francisco: Paula Faris) Ways to save money and time on commuting examined; tips outlined on screen. [Couple Rob and Lisa OSHIMA - talk about the cost of commuting.] [Automatic chief product officer Ljuba MILJKOVIC- says people can make changes to their driving.] [University of California at Berkeley professor Alex BAYEN- cites the time Americans spend in their cars.]
(Washington: John Donvan) Costumed window cleaners giving the kids inside a show while washing windows featured; scenes shown of the "superheroes" at a several children's hospitals. [Two costumed window WASHERS; KID - comment.]