This program is about 1 hour long
(No location given: Susan Roesgen) The question about the use of FEMA trailers in tornado-stricken Arkansas because the Dumas County was not declared a disaster area updated; inset scenes of the damages shown. How the mobile homes stat sitting in Hope, Arkansas, discussed.
(Washington: John Roberts) The tortuous road for the Democrats toward an agreement on Iraq war policy examined; details given about splits over troops levels, the non-binding resolution, the fund cutting ideas and the concept of appearing to be doing something. [Senator Charles SCHUMER - says the rubber-stamps days are over.] [Representative Jan SCHAKOWSKY- says no more wavers.] [Republican adviser Ed ROGERS - criticizes the Democrats for doing nothing.] [Democratic strategist Anita DUNN - says Democrats want a consensus around the issue.] [Senator Harry REID - comments.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Live interview held with former presidential adviser David Gergen about the Democrats and the war. [GERGEN - says the Democrats won't get a bill passed and are giving a gift to President Bush with a new bill that will strengthen his hand to pressure the government of Iraqi Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki; states the funding will continue despite all the arguments; comments on the fact that the military is on a different timetable than the politics in America on Iraq.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Baghdad: Michael Ware) The decision by the Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr's militia to go to ground during the troop surge and the issue of talks with the insurgents discussed. [US commander in Iraq Gen. David PETRAEUS- cites the encouraging signs in Baghdad.]
(Seattle: Dan Simon) The medical problems for troops wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan examined; details given about one specific case in which soldiers feel they have been treated with disrespect; scenes shown from Ft. Lewis. [Injured soldier Sgt. Jane SULLIVAN - says they make you feel small; asks why the Army is not fixing us soldiers and has not she served America well.] [Official named TROY, Col. George GIACOPA- comment on the medical system.]
(Washington: Tom Foreman) Cheney and his job in the White House examined; details given about Cheney's background, his personal life and how some Republicans now see him as a liability. [Senior political analyst William SCHNEIDER- recounts Cheney's political knowledge.] [Brookings Inst. Stephen HESS- says he has been the President's chief adviser.] [Former GOP Congressman J>C> WATTS- talks politics.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper) Taped interview held with "Time" magazine's Michael Duffy about his article about Cheney. [DUFFY - gives examples of Cheney's declining influence in foreign policy dealing with North Korea and Iran and how he is losing arguments within the administration; states President Bush will not replace the vice president; comments on the significance of the Libby trial, which showed Cheney was driving the campaign to discredit Joe Wilson.]
(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Atlanta: Sanjay Gupta) This fascinating medical story, how the Lilly brain is operating is and out of function moving her in and out of consciousness, why she slipped back into her prior state, how her state of mind compares to that of Terry Schaivo discussed.
(Terre Haute, Indiana: Jason Carroll) The mysterious story of Phil McCord of Terre Haute, Indiana, who was legally blind for decades with myopia and cataracts presented; scenes shown from the church at St. Mary of the Woods College, where McCord prayed to a French nun, Mother Theodore, the college founder. [Indiana Eye Clinic Dr. Nick RADER- talks science and the McCord case.] [McCORD - describes his vision condition and his experience at the church that led to his sight being restored.] [Sisters of Providence Sister Marie Kevin TIGHE- assesses the miracle.]
(Studio: Kiran Chetry) President Bush's arrival in Brazil to kick off his Latin American trip; Stock Market Report; the rise in gasoline prices and the resumes of the now-arrested Georgia "Barbie Bandits" reported; scenes shown of the anti-US riots in Sao Paulo, Brazil.