This program is 28 minutes long
(Justice Department: Pierre Thomas) The decision by then-White House staffer Harriet Miers and Gonzales' chief of staff Kyle Sampson to replace some US attorneys examined; Sampson e-mail quoted. [GONZALES - says he is not aware of all decisions.] [Senator Charles SCHUMER - says there has been misuse of the Justice Department and Gonzales should step down.] [Senator John CORNYN- says this has not been handled well.] [January 18, GONZALES - denies politics.] [Last week, US attorney David IGLESIAS- testifies he felt pressured.] [Former Republican appointee Stephen SALTZBURG- says it smacks of politics.]
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: Jan Crawford Greenburg) The political problem for the attorney general and the statements from Senator Patrick Leahy discussed.
(Studio: Charles Gibson; Washington: George Stephanopoulos) The lack of support from Republicans for Gonzales, the evidence about the political motivations behind the firings and whether the attorney general can survive discussed.
(Pentagon: Jonathan Karl) The uproar over the statements to the "Chicago Tribune" from Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Peter Pace about homosexuality examined; details given about the "don't ask don't tell policy" that has been in place since 1993. [Voice of PACE - says homosexual acts are immoral.] Reaction from Senator John Warner quoted. [Former US Marine S/Sgt. Eric ALVA- talks about gays in the military.] [July 21, 1993, retired Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman Gen. Colin POWELL- testifies about not making moral judgements about homosexuality.]
(New York: David Muir) The problems of mortgage foreclosures examined; RealtyTrac foreclosure statistics cited; details given about the economic fall resulting from risky loaning practices. [Credit Suisse Group housing analyst Ivy ZELMAN- says "tomorrow has arrived."] [HOMEOWNER - reacts.] [RealtyTrac Rick SHARGA- says 25-30 companies are going out of business.]
(Studio: Brian Ross) The role of defector "Curveball" in revealing Iraqi President Saddam Hussein had weapons labs that led to the case for war in Iraq examined; details given about how many in the CIA believed the evidence about weaponry was made up. [Former State Department aide Col. Lawrence WILKERSON- comments on the case.] [February 5, 2003, Secretary of State Gen. Colin POWELL- testifies the source was an Iraqi chemical engineer.] [Former CIA senior official Tyler DRUMHELLER - comments on the reaction of CIA deputy director John McLaughlin to Curveball's evidence.] [McLAUGHLIN - denies what Drumheller says.] The question of CIA intelligence and the whereabouts of Curveball today discussed.
(New York: John McKenzie) The targeted approach to breast cancer examined; details given about treatment of the HER-2 positive cancer. [Cancer patient Marsha BREKKE- praises the drug.] [Duke University medical center Dr. Kimberly BLACKWELL- calls this a top development.] [Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center Dr. Clifford HUDIS- talks about how targeting treatment works.]
(Nome, Alaska: Terry Moran) The "last great race" through Alaska featured; scenes shown from the frozen Alaska of the driver, the sled and the dogs. [Four-time Iditarod champion Martin BUSER, Jeff KING- joke about why they race.] [Iditarod race chief veterinarian Stuart NELSON- praises the dogs' athletic abilities.]